SONIC 150W LED HIGHBAY, IP65, 130Lm/W, 1-10V dimmable

Features & Benefits

    • Suitable for use in warehouses, manufacturing plants, garages, workshops & aircraft hangars, retail superstores, gymnasium & sports halls
    • LED replacement for 400W metal halide highbay fittings
    • Die cast aluminium housing with tempered glass front providing high impact rating of IK08
    • Prewired with 1m flex and SWIFT connector
    • Fitting has 110ø beam angle, 85ø lens accessory available
    • Surface mounting bracket and wire guard available
    • Very high efficacy of 129lm/W
    • Wide operating temperature range of -25øC to 45øC
    • Dimmable with most of the 1-10V systems
    • Suitable for switching by PIR, Microwave or Photocell
5 Year Warranty
Energy Saving
Suitable for Emergency Conversion
Part L2 Compliant
Safety class 1
Operating Voltage 220-240V
IP Rating: 65
ECA eligible
Triple E registered
Cap TypeLED
Total Power (Mkt)149.5
Lumens (lm) (Mkt)19320
Beam Angle (Mkt)110
Lamp Life (Hrs)50000
Number of LEDs390 (15S26P)
Comparable To300W metal halide
CRI (Mkt)80
CCT (K) (Mkt)5000
Efficacy (lm/cctW) - Mkt129
Lux at 1m (Mkt)6810
Power Factor (Mkt)0.98
Diameter (mm)330
Unit Weight / kg4.2
Height (mm)215
Alternatives (2)
Instruction Manual for Sonic RSN10050DAS-04 RSN15050DAS-04 RSN20050DAS-04.pdf 1.4MB
RSN15050DAS-04 - Energy label.pdf 357KB
RSN15050DAS-04 85 Degrees lens-Photometrics.IES 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04 85 Degrees lens-Photometrics.ldt 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04-Photometrics.IES 31KB
RSN15050DAS-04-Photometrics.ldt 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04.jpg 6KB
RSN15050DAS-04E 85 Degrees Lens Emergency Mode-Photometrics.IES 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04E 85 Degrees Lens Emergency Mode-Photometrics.ldt 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04E Emergency Mode-Photometrics.IES 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04E Emergency Mode-Photometrics.ldt 22KB
RSN15050DAS-04 with PC diffuser-Photometrics.IES 30KB
RSN15050DAS-04 with PC diffuser-Photometrics.ldt 22KB
SONIC-EU-RSNXX50DAS-ROBUS Product Information Document-20190502-FR.pdf 482KB
SONIC-EU-RSNXX50DAS-ROBUS Product Information Document-20190502.pdf 476KB