Megaman launches its latest high bay offering – GEO 2

Megaman has expanded its impressive product portfolio with the launch of GEO 2, a new and innovative integrated LED high bay lighting system. The system, which can be controlled remotely for ultimate ease of use, provides a durable and energy efficient lighting solution, ideal for all indoor commercial high ceiling areas.

The latest adaptable fixture from Megaman, the new GEO 2 has been designed with a passive cooling structure and lightweight graphene housing. This ensures it cannot overheat from continual use and increases the product’s energy efficiency. This also impacts on the working life of the product. In fact, GEO 2 has an impressive L70B50 50,000hrs usage at Ta40ºC. Longevity is further ensured by its strength and high vandal resistance, with a rating of IK08, plus it is IP65 rated for dust and water resistance.

The cost-effective GEO 2 has a high luminous efficacy of 165lm/W, allowing for significant energy savings in comparison with traditional high bays. Flicker free, the product maintains a consistent output. GEO 2 is also available with a motion sensor remote control, affording customers the versatility and flexibility to gain instant control over their lighting and energy use. Other optional accessories include a 1-10V dimming module, IP65 rated dimming wire and a motion sensor kit.

Micaela Abbott, National Sales Manager at Megaman concludes: “GEO 2 provides a reliable lighting option for any high ceiling area, including halls, warehouses, manufacturing bays, trade fairs, retail and exhibitions. With a range of accessories available, customers are afforded the flexibility they need to create optimal lighting for larger spaces.”

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