Delta Electronics powers new Foreverlamp highbay LED fixtures.

Delta Electronics powers new Foreverlamp highbay LED fixtures.

Foreverlamp™, a leader in LED high bay lighting solutions, has partnered with Delta Electronics
Group to develop the electronic power supplies for its’ latest LED lighting fixtures; the Classic
High Bay Series. Foreverlamp previously chose Delta to supply their highly-efficient, quiet, safe,
and smart ventilation fans that is key to Foreverlamp’s active internal cooling management
system for its’ plug and play LED high bay lamps. The strategic engineering and design
partnership between Foreverlamp and Delta Electronics resulted in an innovative and reliable
LED solution to replace older, less efficient high bay lighting.
Jim Sekinger, COO of Foreverlamp states, “It was an easy decision to turn to Delta, the global
leader in power and thermal management solutions, to develop the custom LED drivers that we
were looking for to fit the stringent performance and mechanical requirements for the 200W
and 600W Foreverlamp Classic LED fixture models”.
Delta is the original design manufacturer of choice for many Fortune 500 companies so when
Foreverlamp needed a uniquely shaped LED driver that would not only fit inside the Classic
Series fixture housing but also provide many years of reliable performance, Delta was an
natural choice.
The new Foreverlamp Classic Series LED high bay fixtures powered by Delta debuted this spring
at Lightfair International with overwhelming accolades for its design. The Classic Series LED high
bay fixture was featured in E C & M , LEDs Magazine, Modern Materials Handling Magazine,
LEDinside, Light Directory and Electrical News.
The Foreverlamp LED high bay lights are exceptionally efficient, versatile, and produce
significantly improved light quality over traditional HID high bay fixtures of the past. The HB1
Classic model has a modular design with a socket and removable LED lamp which provides
various lumen output options. The HB1 fixture with the VHO-Premium lumen LED lamp
produces 26,000 lumens with true up-light and consumes a meager 190 total system watts,
136 lumens per watt, with a CRI of 83. The Foreverlamp HB1 replaces 400W HID fixtures that
generally use 456 total system watts.