Philips GreenPerform Gen3 LED High Bay 120W


$159.95 AUD $299.95 AUD

Order now for next day dispatchFree delivery over $200Bulk discounts available

The GreenPerform Gen3 LED High Bay is Philips' premium high bay lighting solution.

  • 70% energy savings compared to 400W Metal Halide high bays.
  • IP65 waterproof / outdoor rated protection.
  • Long 50,000 hour system lifetime.
  • Comes pre-wired with plug & 3m lead, and mounting hook.
  • Turns on instantly, compared to the slow warm-up of HID lamps.

3rd Generation Philips LED High Bay for Maximum Efficiency

This is the latest / third generation GreenPerform LED Highbay from Philips.

This 120W model puts out the same amount of light (16,000 lumens) as the previous 160W model. Don't be mislead by the wattage of old stock or competitors! This 120W high bay is brighter than most other 150W(+) highbays on the market.

Philips Heat Sink Design

The Philips LED High Bay has superior heat sink design to maximise efficiency and longevity of the fitting.

Gen2 vs Gen3 LED Highbay

Not only is it energy efficient, it's also less bulky and easier to handle.

Philips LED High Bay - Mounting Options

The Green Perform High Bay kit includes a mounting hook as standard. This is suitable for the vast majority of factory and warehouse applications.

As an optional extra, you can also purchase a mounting bracket. These are ideal if you want to angle the lights in a certain direction. The mounting brackets are also a good option for indoor sports complexes or other locations where the lights need to stay fixed in place, even when knocked.

LED High Bay Mounting Options

The Philips GreenPerform Highbay can be mounted with a hook (supplied), bracket (optional extra), or pipe (not supplied by Philips - self fabrication).

Similar Brightness to a 400W Metal Halide High Bay

The following table shows how the Philips GreenPerfrom 120W LED High Bay achieves similar usable light output to a conventional high bay light, while using over 70% less energy.

MH HighbayConventional / Old High Bay 400W LED HighbayPhilips GreenPerform LED High Bay 120W
440W Actual Usage 120W Actual Usage
32,500 Lumens (spec) 16,000 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)
16,000 lm x 95% x 100%
= 15,200 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 GreenPerform Gen3 LED Highbay

Power Consumption 120W
Lifetime 50,000 hours
Colour Temperature 4000K (neutral / cool white)
Beam Angle Wide Beam (100˚)
Light Output 133 lumens/watt (16,000 lumens)
Dimmable No
Dimensions 105mm (height) x 417mm (diameter)
Weight 4.2kgs
Installation Comes pre-wired with a 3m lead and 3-pin power plug.
Product Identifiers BY698P LED160/NW PSU WB L3000 EN (Product ID); 911401845899 (Philips 12NC Order Code)
Further Documentation Philips GreenPerform Gen3 LED Highbay
- Spec Sheet (PDF),
- Installation Instructions (PDF),
IES file (used by lighting designers),
- Lighting characteristics including polar intensity diagram and quantity estimation (PNG).

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a higher brightness and/or narrower beam angle option?

Yes. Please see the 20,000 lumen (25% brighter) Philips GreenUp LED Highbay 160W which is both higher brightness and slightly narrower beam angle. Both of these features can be useful for very high ceilings (over 10 metres high).

Do you have a high bay with an integrated motion sensor?

Yes. Please see the Philips GreenUp LED BY550X version which incorporates Philips Actilume lighting controls. The Actilume system includes automated daylight and motion sensing which can drastically reduce total energy usage in low usage and/or otherwise well naturally lit areas.

Delivery Info Returns & Warranty Bulk Discounts Contact

Philips GreenPerform Gen3 LED High Bay 120W has a rating of 4.8 stars based on 36 reviews.

Got a Question?

stop sign

Please see our FAQ, delivery, pricing, and product pages for commonly asked questions and answers.

About Reduction Revolution

Reduction Revolution is a business focused on energy efficiency and sustainability. Our products will help slash your energy usage. But they also often improve comfort, save time, and reduce your maintenance costs. That's why we say waste less, live better.

Australia New Zealand Map

Reduction Revolution Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated business (ABN 74 141 672 764).

Since 2010 we have supplied tens of thousands of customers across Australia & NZ.

Click the links below to find out more:

About Us
Blog Posts - Frequently Asked Questions - Delivery Details - Discounts & Wholesale - Warranty & Returns - Contact - Search

Meters & Monitors
Power Meters - Energy Monitors - Thermal Imaging - Thermometers - Water Monitor - Light Meter

LED Lighting
Downlights - Light Bulbs - Filament Bulbs - LED Tubes - Oyster Lights - Strip Lights - Batten Lights - Panels / Troffers - High Bays - Motion Sensors - Floodlights - Emergency Lights

Energy Savers
Heating & Cooling - Hot Water - Cooking - Standby & Control - Pool Pumps - Portable Power

Read Our Customer Reviews!

Latest Blog Posts

  • How to Install an Energy Monitor If You Have Solar Power

    To get the most out of your solar panels it's critical that you understand your energy usage. Many people who fail to monitor their energy usage end up with high electricity bills, even if they have solar power installed. We sell several... read more

  • How Much Power a Fridge Uses - in Watts, Cost & kWh

    Domestic fridge power consumption is typically between 100 and 250 watts. Over a full day, a fridge is likely to use between 1 to 2 kilowatt-hours (kWh). This translates into a running cost of about $150 per year per fridge. Before you think "okay great... read more

  • Top 10 Causes of (& Solutions to) High Electricity Bills

    If you've received a high electricity bill or gas bill you can end up feeling pretty helpless. I've spoken to many people over the years who think their high electricity bill was caused by: an electricity leak, a faulty appliance, an... read more