Dialight LED High BayTechnical Specification Sheet - ULJan2018
High Bay ProductsVigilant LED High Bay- UL / CSACertifications & Ratings:UL 1598/A (wet locations)UL 8750IP66/67 (100-277 Models)CSA C22.2 No. 250.0-08NEMA 4XIP66 (347/480V Models)Variable Dimming:Variable Dimming Control: 0 - 10 V D CMechanical Information:Dimming Range:Fixture weight:20 lbs (9 kg)Occupancy Sensor:Shipping weight:26 lbs (12 kg)Mounting:3/4” NPT or Hook100-277V ModelWiring Box Cable Entries:(2x) 3/4” NPTMechanical Information:Fixture weight:18 lbs (8.16kg)Shipping weight:24 lbs (10.8kg)Mounting:3/4” NPT - topVarious Kits (see page 21)Power Cord:18 AWG STOOWCorded Models 100-277VPatent pendingFixture weight:40 lbs (18 kg)Shipping weight:45 lbs (20 kg)Mounting:3/4” NPT - topVarious Kits (see page 22)Passive Power Supply 347V, 480VPatent pendingMechanical Information:Fixture weight:34 lbs (15.4 kg)Shipping weight:39 lbs (17.7 kg)Mounting:3/4” NPT - topVarious Kits (see page 22)Wiring Box Cable Entries:(4x) 3/4“ NPT2Up to 40ftIP66Electrical Specifications:Operating Voltage:100 - 277V AC347V AC120-250 V DCTotal system powerconsumption:347-480V AC480 VACSee tableOperating Temp:Harmonics:-40 F to 149 F (-40 C to 65 C)IEC 61000-3-2Noise requirement /EMC:FCC Title 47, Subpart B, Section15, class A device. RF Immunity;10V/m, 80MHz-1GHzTransient protection:Protection devices capable ofhandling up to 10kv. Tested for10kv/2 ohm combination wave,as per IEEE C62.41, line-line andline groundTHD: 20%Power Factor: 0.9Fusing:InternalConstruction:Mechanical Information:Wiring Box 347-480VMounting Height:Ingress Protection:10V DC 100% light output0V DC 5% light outputHousing:Copper free aluminumFinish:Superior dual coat finishSealed polyester topcoatChemical resistant epoxy primerSee tableLens:Photometric Information:CRI:80CCT:5000K (cool white)4000K (neutral white)2700K (warm white)All values typical unless otherwise stated (tolerance /- 10%)For information on chemical compatibility, please follow this linkto reference Dialight’s Chemical Compatibility Guide atwww.dialight.comMechanical Information:Fixture weight:21 lb (9.6 kg)Shipping weight:27 lb (12.3 kg)Mounting:3/4” NPT or HookWiring box cable entries:3/4” NPTWiring Box with Occupancy SensorJan2018
Project InformationPart Number:Project:Fixture Type:Date:NotesVigilant LEDHigh Bay- UL / CSASpecifications100-277V, 347V-480VOrdering CCT werCableElect.Access.CoatingsNo OptionProduct CodeBeam DistributionControlsElectrical AccessoriesHC High Bay Integrated PendantWiring BoxEOvalDDimming (0-10V)MMediumNNo option (Passive only)2 Plug NEMA Type 5-15 (NonDimmable)NNarrowMOccupancy SensorWWideHE High Bay 3/4” NPTHW Integrated hexagon wiring boxCertificationUUL 1598/A, CSALens MaterialMounting OptionsCCT & CRIHHookCCool White 5000K - 80 CRINPendant 3/4" NPTNNeutral White 4000K - 80 CRIPWWarm White 2700K - 80 CRIPendant 3/4" NPT with SafetyRetention TabsRSafety Retention Tabs with Hook2Acrylic - Clear3Acrylic - Diffused4Polycarbonate - ClearOperating Voltage5Polycarbonate - Diffused2100 - 277 VAC / 120 - 250 VDCPower Cable7Glass - ClearANo CordGlass - Diffused347-480 VAC Step DownTransformer (HE only)N8T1.5' [0.5 meter] Power CableLPolycarbonate Dome - DiffusedP480V AC (HE passive only)U3' [1 meter] Power CableRPower Wash Glass, ClearQ347V AC (HE passive only)V6' [1.8 meter] Power CableSPower Wash Glass, DiffusedW10' [3 meter] Power CableTPower Wash Acrylic, ClearLumen TypeUPower Wash Acrylic, DiffusedA11,000 LumensVPower Wash Polycarbonate, ClearB14,000 LumensWPower DrawingsHBXW2 - Swivel Bracket and Cable GlandHBXDUALBRCKT - Dual BracketHBXCG - Cable GlandHBXCU - Ceiling MountHBXDC - Dust Cover (HBXDC30 & HBXDC60)Jan201827
High Bay Hazardous RatingsHazardous Locations Ratings - ULFixed and portable fixtures for installation and use in hazardous (classified) locations Class I, Divisions 1 and 2, GroupsA, B, C, and D; Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, and G; Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G; and Class III, Divisions1 and 2, in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70ClassesThe classes define the general nature of hazardous material in the surrounding atmosphere.ClassHazardous Material in Surrounding AtmosphereClass IHazardous because flammable gases or vapors are present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixturesClass IIHazardous because combustible or conductive dusts are presentClass IIIHazardous because ignitable fibers or flying’s are present, but not likely to be in suspension in sufficient quantities to produce ignitablemixtures. Typical wood chips, cotton, flax and nylon. Group classifications are not applied to this classDivisionsThe division defines the probability of hazardous material being present in an ignitable concentration in the surroundingatmosphere.DivisionPresence of Hazardous MaterialDivision 1The substance referred to by class is present during normal conditionsDivision 2The substance referred to by class is present only in abnormal conditions, such as a container failure or system breakdownGroupsThe group defines the hazardous material in the surrounding atmosphere.Hazardous Material in Surrounding AtmosphereGroupGroup AAcetyleneGroup BHydrogen, fuel and combustible process gases containing more than 30% hydrogen by volume or gases of equivalent hazard such asbutadiene, ethylene, oxide, propylene oxide and acroleinGroup CCarbon monoxide, ether, hydrogen sulfide, morphline, cyclopropane, ethyl and ethylene or gases of equivalent hazardGroup DGasoline, acetone, ammonia, benzene, butane, cyclopropane, ethanol, hexane, methanol, methane, vinyl chloride, natural gas, naphtha,propane or gases of equivalent hazardGroup ECombustible metal dusts, including aluminum, magnesium and their commercial alloys or other combustible dusts whose particle size,abrasiveness and conductivity present similar hazards in connection with electrical equipmentGroup FCarbonaceous dusts, carbon black, coal black, charcoal, coal or coke dusts that have more than 8% total entrapped volatiles or duststhat have been sesitized by other material so they present an explosion hazardGroup GFlour dust, grain dust, flour, starch, sugar, wood, plastic and om/hazardous-areas-classification-d 347.html28Jan2018
North American HQ1501 Route 34 SouthNorthAmericanNJHQ07727Farmingdale,1501Route 34 SouthTel: 732-919-3119Farmingdale,NJ 07727Fax: alia38 O'Malley StreetHoustonOsborne Park, WA 601716830Rd Ste7600407Tel:Barker 61 Springs(0) 8 9244Houston,TX 77084Fax: 61(0) 8 9244 7601Tel:email@example.com -919 - firstname.lastname@example.org@dialight.comEMEA Technical CentreEjby Industrivej 91 BAustralia200Glostrup38O’MalleyStTel: 4588774545 (Denmark)OsborneParkWA 6017Tel: 61 44(UK)Tel:(0) 16388 9244 6665417600Tel: 61 49(0)8912089Fax:8 924476015713 (Germany)Tel: 33 3 23 22 62 58 (France)email@example.comBrazilSoutheast Asia33 UbiMiddleEastAvenue 3#07-72Vertex (Tower A)Level42SingaporeEmiratesTowers 408868(Office Tower)Tel:Zayed 65 Road6578 7157SheikhFax:United gTel: 971(0)4319 7686Alameda MercurioSoutheast AsiaHouston225– American Park Empresarial NR16830Springs RdIndaiatubaBarker– SP – 13347-662Ste 55407Tel:(19) 3113-4300Houston,TX 77084Fax: 55 (11) 4431-4300Tel: firstname.lastname@example.orgFaz: email@example.comEMEA Technical Centre33 BrazilUbi Avenue 3,Alameda#07-72Vertex Mercurio,(Tower A)225 – American Park Empresarial NRIndaiatuba – SP – 13347– 662Tel: 65 6578 7157Tel: 55 (19) 3113-4300Fax: 65 6578 7150Fax: 55 (19) firstname.lastname@example.orgSingapore 408868Ejby Industrivej 91BMiddle EastLevel 42Tel: 45 8877 4545 (Denmark)Emirates Towers (Office Tower)Tel: 44 1638 666541 (UK)Sheikh Zayed RoadTel: 49 89 12089 5713 (Germany)Dubai, United Arab EmiratesTel: 33 3 23 22 62 58 (France)Fax: 971 (0) 4319 email@example.comTel: 971 (0) 4319 76862600 GlostrupTel: 45 8877 4400 (Wind Solutions)firstname.lastname@example.org (Wind Solutions)ALL VALUES ARE DESIGN OR TYPICAL VALUES WHEN MEASURED UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS. THELIGHTING EFFICIENCY STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN ARE CALCULATED ON A LUMEN PER WATTS BASIS WHENCOMPARING FIXTURES WITH SIMILAR FEATURES. ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED IS ACCURATE AS OF THE DATE OFPUBLICATION, IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND DOES NOT FORM PART OF ANY CONTRACT WITHDIALIGHT. DIALIGHT DOES NOT WARRANT OR REPRESENT THAT ITS PRODUCTS ARE FIT FOR ANY PARTICULARPURPOSE AND HAS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE [INAPPROPRIATE/UNAUTHORISED/NON-APPROVED] USE OF ANYDIALIGHT PRODUCTS BY THE END USER.Dialight reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to supply the best product possible.The most current version of this document will always be available at: www.dialight.comALL VALUES ARE DESIGN OR TYPICAL VALUES WHEN MEASURED UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS. THE LIGHTING EFFICIENCY STATEMENTSCONTAINED HEREIN ARE CALCULATED ON A LUMEN PER WATTS BASIS WHEN COMPARING FIXTURES WITH SIMILAR FEATURES. ALL INFORMATIONPROVIDED IS ACCURATE AS OF THE DATE OF PUBLICATION, IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND DOES NOT FORM PART OF ANYCONTRACT WITH DIALIGHT. DIALIGHT DOES NOT WARRANT OR REPRESENT THAT ITS PRODUCTS ARE FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE ANDHAS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE [INAPPROPRIATE/UNAUTHORISED/NON-APPROVED] USE OF ANY DIALIGHT PRODUCTS BY THE END USER.Dialight reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to supply the best product possible.The most current version of this document will always be available at: www.dialight.comDialight LED HighBay Specsheet UL 102617
reference Dialight’s Chemical Compatibility Guide: www.dialight.com SafeSite Vigilant LED High Bay- UL / CSA Class I Div. 2 Models, Class I Div. 1 Models Mechanical Information: Fixture weight: 18 lbs (8 kg) Shipping weight: 24 lbs (13 kg) Mounting: 3/4” NPT - top arious Kits (see page 22) Power Cord: 18 AWG STOOW Class I Div 2, Groups A .
VIGILANT HIGH BAY High Bays High Bays SAFESITE HIGH BAY RELIANT HIGH BAY VIGILANT HIGH OUTPUT HIGH BAY VIGILANT LOW BAY SAFESITE LOW BAY 10 www.dialight.com www.dialight.com 11 For use in non-hazardous indoor and outdoor high bay and occasionally flood lighting applications. Replaces up to 1,000 watt traditional HID fixtures.
Vigilant LED High Bay Ordering Information High Bay Ordering Information 4 www.dialight.com DISCLAIMER: All information provided is, to the best of Dialight’s knowledge, accurate as of the date of publication, but is subject to change without notice and does not form part of any contract with Dialight.
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