Columbia Lighting, a Hubbell Lighting company has introduced the new Peloton™ High-Performance High Bay. The new Peloton High Bay luminaire operates at up to 177 lumens per watt (LPW) efficiency with 150 LPW standard. Columbia Lighting contends that most LED high bays offer up to just 135 LPW. The DLC Premium qualified product comes in packages that deliver between 8,000 and 60,000 lumens. The company designed the high bay light for a wide range of light industrial uses for facilities with ceiling heights ranging from 10 feet up to 60 feet.
According to the company, specifiers do not have to worry about the “cave effect” and contrast issues that eventually lead to decreased light uniformity because the Peloton features an uplight option that delivers between 1000 and 4000 lumens.
Columbia Lighting Peloton Certified to UL 924 Emergency Lighting Standard
The Peloton is reportedly the first linear high bay luminaire in its class to test and certify to the UL 924 emergency lighting standard. This standard mandates that the luminaire must meet minimum lighting levels and feature overriding controls in emergency mode to light the path of egress in the event of an emergency, thereby increasing the safety of occupants.
Warehouses, gymnasiums, and light industrial working environments can be illuminated with the high bay lights. Also, wide and narrow distribution options are available for open area and aisle applications, and the company says that visual comfort can be improved with a wide variety of lens options.
Long Projected Lifetime
The Peloton has a high TM21 life-time projection and high ambient rating. According to Columbia Lighting, the Peloton provides up to 128,000 hours of projected life at L80 and up to 200,000 hours at L70. For applications where temperature flexibility is needed, Peloton can operate in ambient ranges from -20°C (-4°F) up to 65°C (149°F).