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by Hubbell Industrial Lighting 

Blue Spectrum Suppression LED Highbay

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The Spectraloc™ series is designed to virtually eliminate light wavelengths below 500 nm that can degrade ingredients in a variety of food and pharmaceutical production processes. It is suitable for use with most wired or wireless lighting control systems. Target opportunities include brewery, dairy, food processing, freezer, pharmaceutical, warehouse and manufacturing applications.

  • Diffuse wrap lens available
  • Fixed output or 0-10V dimming drivers
  • ControlScope® compatible
  • Easy access to LED boards and drivers
  • CSA listed and suitable for damp locations
  • Available with factory installed On/Off or dimming occupancy sensors

  • Milk: High energy light below 500 nm has been demonstrated to hasten the degradation of critical proteins and vitamins, especially riboflavin (B2), resulting in undesirable flavors often described as tasting like cardboard or plastic.
  • Beer: Short wavelength light causes the production of thiol compounds known as mercaptan or methanethiol, a foul-smelling chemical that can make beer smell and taste “skunky.”
  • Pharmaceuticals and semiconductors: Light below 500 nm can lead to a variety of photo-chemical reactions that can adversely impact production processes.


3rd Party Control Enabled Daintree
Ambient Temp. Range 25-40 °C
Application Industrial
Dimming Range 0-10V
Environmental Conditions Damp Location
Lamp Type LED
Light Source LED
Lumens 12,500-19,000
Warranty Length Five year-warranty standard. [Terms and Conditions Apply]

Current Related

Wattage 112/175 W

Certifications and Compliance

  • CSA listed and suitable for damp locations
  • All luminaires are built to UL 1598 and 2108 standards, and bear appropriate CSA labels
  • Damp location labeling is standard
  • Emergency equipped fixtures labeled UL924
  • Adheres to LM79, LM80 and TM21 industry standards
NYCCompliant No
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SpectraLoc Key Features Video

IES Files
Test Documents