Philips GreenPerform LED High Bay 192W
200W LED High Bay From Philips
The Philips Coreline GreenPerform 192W is the highest brightness LED High Bay in our range. It's best suited to particularly high ceilings, or where the most possible light is required (such as highly detailed work or indoor sports). Features include:
- Newest model with the highest energy efficiency.
- IP65 waterproof and IK08 impact resistance ratings.
- Choose between Neutral White (4000K) or Cool White (5000K) colour temperatures (see drop-down menu above).
- Long 50,000 hour rated lifetime and 5 year warranty.
- Comes pre-wired with a regular plug, 3m lead, and mounting hook.
200W LED High Bay Light - Mounting Options
The Green Perform High Bay kit includes a mounting hook as standard. This suits the vast majority of installations in factories, warehouses and sheds. Use the hook to secure the LED High Bay to your existing mounting points or chains.
You can also add a mounting bracket for this 200W LED high bay. These are ideal if you want to adjust the angle of the lights. They're also the best option for indoor sports complexes, halls, or other areas where the lights need to stay fixed in place, even when knocked.
Maximum Brightness 200W LED High Bay Lights
The following table shows how the Philips GreenPerform 192W LED High Bay achieves nearly double the light output to a conventional high bay light, while using over 50% less energy.
Conventional / Old High Bay 400W
Philips LED High Bay 192W
|440W Actual Usage||192W Actual Usage|
|32,500 Lumens (spec)||26,500 Lumens (spec)|
|70% Lumen Maintenance*||95% Lumen Maintenance*|
|60% Light Output Ratio**||100% Light Output Ratio**|
|32,500 lm x 70% x 60%
= 13,650 lumens (actual output)
|26,500 lm x 95% x 100%
= 25,175 lumens (actual output)
* Lumen Maintenance at 10,000 hours compares the amount of light produced by a light fitting when it is brand new to the amount of light produced at a specific time in the future. Unlike LED, traditional hi bay lights have particularly poor lumen maintenance (and it gets much worse as time goes on).
** Light Output Ratio is a figure that indicates how much light gets lost inside the light fitting and surrounds. As LED's are highly directional they do not suffer from a poor light output ratio like older lighting technology.
Specifications - Philips LED High Bay Light 192W
|Power Consumption||192 Watts|
|Colour Temperature||4000K (Neutral White) or 5000K (Cool White / Daylight)|
|Protection||IP65 outdoor rated, IK08 impact resistance.|
|Dimensions||99mm (height) x 416mm (diameter)
|Installation||Comes pre-wired with a 3 metre lead and 3-pin power plug.|
|Material||Aluminium housing, polycarbonate cover
|Product Identifiers||Philips GreenPerform Gen4 Coreline G2 Highbay IP65 BY698P LED265 840/850 PSU WB CAU G2 CL (Description); 911401518861, 911401519161 (Product Code); 8710163346397, 8710163346427 (Barcode).|
|Further Documentation||Datasheet (PDF), IES files: 4000K, 5000K (for lighting designers)|
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you call it a "200W LED High Bay" when is only uses 192W?
Most of the industry has standardised around round numbers like 200W and 150W LED High Bays. Philips likes to be as accurate as possible (and we love that) so theirs is called a 192W. But don't be misled by that small difference: this high bay from Philips is actually brighter than most of its competitors 200W options!
What other highbay lighting options do you have?
Please see our complete range of high bay LED lights.
fantastic lights lots better than the old high bay lights
Have purchased 2 of those for my workshop, they are incredibly bright and perfectly suited for my motorcycle shop. Glad I went to LED option.