High Bay Light
High bay lights are used in large indoor facilities with high ceilings, including warehouses, factories, and gymnasiums. These are a type of lighting fixture that is frequently employed. The said products are intended to produce strong and even illumination from a high point, typically 20 feet or higher above the ground, as their name suggests. High-intensity discharge (HID) lamps like metal halide, high-pressure sodium, or mercury vapour lamps are generally used in high-bay lights, while led technology has gained popularity recently due to its energy efficiency and extended lifespan. The reflectors inside the fixture and its form are made to guide light downward, producing a big, even pool of light on the ground.