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ETi Essential Round High Bays Offer Selectable Wattage & CCT  

ETi SSL’s impact-resistant Essential Round High Bays are durable and flexible with 3 selectable wattages and CCTs, multiple lenses, reflectors, and mounting accessories to help achieve the ideal solution for each application. These high bays also offer a sensor-ready port for quick plug and play install. Equipped with 0-10V dimming and universal 120-277 voltage, they are suitable for bay lighting, gym ceilings, industrial facilities, and more.

The 3 Selectable CCTs are: 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K 80+ CRI

There are 3 Wattage Levels, 4 lumen packages:

15000 lm: 100 | 80 | 60W

22500 lm: 150 | 120 | 100W

30000 lm: 200 | 180 | 150W

36000 lm: 240 | 220 | 200W

Plus 0–10V dimming to 10%, universal voltage (120–277V), BBU & OC Sensor Accessories Available (order separately, field install), and a projected life of L70 > 54,000 hour.

The Essential Round High Bays are DLC-listed, UL/cUL IP65 wet-rated, IK09 impact resistant, and protected by a 5-year warranty.

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