The Goodlight GX1 LED High Bay is the latest in revolutionary industrial lighting from LED Eco Lights. Providing unrivalled, bright light and incorporating patented cooling technology for optimum performance and reliability, the GX1 High Bay represents an unprecedented breakthrough in future proof industrial lighting with innovative design.
Superior performance lies at the heart of the new Goodlight GX1. Integrating a Bridgelux Vero circular LED chip with a radial die pattern results in significantly improved lumen density and beam control. This, in turn, provides excellent true colour reproduction with two and three colour SDCM colour control/management. Uniform white light is assured at colour temperatures of 3000K, 4000K and 5000K. An ingenious, nano-coated reflector, incorporating a special light-scattering coating, boosts light yields by 10%. With an efficacy of 107 Lm/W, the GX1 provides an improved lux performance compared to a 400W traditional high bay light.
The unparalleled performance of the new GX1 is supported and enhanced by a unique heat management system. This cutting edge technology relies upon an innovative Copper Cooling Column that swiftly and evenly pulls heat away from the LED across the heat sink. In addition, a patented ‘phase-change’ liquid core ensures rapid heat transfer thereby maintaining more lumens for longer. The combination of these features results in a heat management system that provides 100 times more efficient heat dissipation than a conventional LED high bay fixture across a wide range of demanding applications and environments.
Aesthetics have also been addressed in the design of the new range. Whilst designers of traditional high bay lighting have paid little attention to the appearance of the finished products, the GX1 has bucked the trend. The company has long recognised that, although high bay lighting has been widely regarded as predominantly a utilitarian necessity in warehousing and distribution environments, it has a growing presence in commercial, retail, leisure and amenity applications. Consequently, great care has been taken with the visual appearance of the GX1, which boasts sleek curves and a matt black finish, to ensure that rugged performance and modern styling go hand in hand.
Controllability and safety features work in perfect unison without compromising performance or reliability. The GX1 offers a 3-in-1 dimming capability that is compatible with 1-10V, PWM signal and resistance. It also incorporates protection with auto-recovery to cope with a variety of situations including short circuits, current surges and overheating.
Future proofing has been cleverly designed into the new Goodlight GX1 High Bay. Modular construction ensures quick and simple interchangeability or replacement of components during upgrades. Typically, these components include the unique, replaceable driver and an optional solderless plug-and-play LED chip. As a result, the modular design makes a significant contribution to cost-effectiveness whilst promoting environmental integrity.
The new Goodlight GX1 High Bay offers a 120° illumination beam, IP65 conformity and top class performance that is unaffected by extreme temperatures. In addition, a super-charged GX1 Plus model is available for installation at extreme heights and where super bright lux performance is required. Furthermore, the GX1 range is covered by a comprehensive five year guarantee.
“We are confident that our new Goodlight GX1 High Bay range is going to take the market by storm,” says Waq Bhatti, managing director of LED Eco Lights. “Not only does it look awesome, the GX1 offers a package of performance, reliability, controllability and safety that is just not available from any similar product. Add to that its modular, future proof design and unrivalled heat management system and it’s no surprise that the market response to our prototype model has been unprecedented.”
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Saima Shafi - LED Eco Lights
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