LED Lighting for 60′-130′ ceiling heights
NARROW BEAM – Built with a 30 or 60-degree narrow beam lens to maximize foot candles delivered to the working plane.
EASY INSTALL – Designed as a single lens, lightweight fixture weighing only 28 pounds.
LOW MAINTENANCE – Proven to last, minimizing costly maintenance including labour costs and high reach man-lifts.
Reduce lighting maintenance and downtime by replacing 1000W metal halide fixtures at up to 130 feet with our single lens, 28 pound high ceiling LED fixture.
Learn more about our LED Lighting solutions for High Ceiling Applications.
Designed for Super High Ceilings
Deliver Maximum Lumens to the Working Plane
We’ve designed the SuperLux fixture to maximize foot candles at the working plane where workers need light the most.
At only 28 pounds, it’s never been easier to install a single lens, 1000W equivalent at up to 130 feet.
With a high-quality lumen output and narrow beam spread, you can expect uniform light for a safer working environment.
Proven to Last
Over 10 Years of Success on ceiling Applications
Over 10 Years of Success on High Ceiling Applications
With thousands of fixtures in operation in heavy industrial plants over the past decade, LED in Action is quickly becoming the industry standard for high ceiling applications.
High-ceiling high bay lighting applications require special man lifts, high cost of labour, and maintenance downtime. It’s more important than ever to source high-quality LED fixtures with the best components to maximize uptime in high production areas.
How To Buy?
We sell to national distributors such as Guillevin, Wesco, Rexel, Graybar and more. We’ll work with your local distributor representative of choice throughout the United States and Canada.
Contact a product representative today for more questions and information about your specific application.
About LED in Action
Since 2008, LED in Action has provided customizable solutions to the industrial market for some of the toughest and harshest environments in North America. Our rugged products are currently distributed through most national distributors, as well as local distributors throughout Canada and the United States.