GE's Albeo™ LED High Bay Lighting Fixture Earns Recognition in Next Generation Luminaires™ Competiti

GE's Albeo™ LED High Bay Lighting Fixture Earns Recognition in Next Generation Luminaires™ Competition

EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GE Lighting's Albeo™ ABHX-Series LED High Bay lighting fixture has been recognized in the category of "Industrial Luminaires - high bay" in the 2013 Next Generation Luminaires™ (NGL) Solid-State Lighting Design Indoor Competition. Sponsored by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, and the International Association of Lighting Designers, the NGL awards were created to recognize excellence in energy-efficient LED commercial lighting unit design.

GE Lighting's Albeo(TM) ABHX-Series LED High Bay lighting fixture is an ideal solution for business ...

GE Lighting's Albeo(TM) ABHX-Series LED High Bay lighting fixture is an ideal solution for business owners looking for quality high bay luminaires that reduce maintenance and energy costs. (Photo: General Electric)

The ABHX-Series LED lighting fixture, a product of GE Lighting's recent acquisition of Albeo Technologies, is designed for industrial buildings, warehouses, cold storage and other commercial spaces with high ceilings. It covers a wide range of light outputs that include 400W to 1500W HID and four- to eight-lamp T5/T8 HIF high bay lighting. It is the next generation of the award-winning H-Series, which was the first one-for-one LED replacement for up to 1500W metal-halide systems. Utilizing the same innovative heat sinking and LED technology, the Albeo™ ABHX-Series offers more lumens from fewer modules and can be equipped with wireless and motion controls.


"The Next Generation Luminaires Solid State Lighting Design Competition showcases excellence in LED lighting, so we're thrilled GE's Albeo™ LED high bay lighting garnered attention and high marks from the judges," said Jeff Bisberg, CEO of Albeo Technologies, a GE Lighting business. "We're proud of our ABHX-Series and believe it is the ideal solution for business owners looking for quality high bay luminaires that reduce maintenance and energy costs."

Indoor awards were presented in New York City on March 20 at LEDucation 7, an annual conference for lighting and design professionals.

For more information about GE's high bay fixtures, visit www.gelighting.com. To learn more about GE's commitment to innovative solutions to today's environmental challenges while driving economic growth, visit www.ecomagination.com.

About GE Lighting

GE Lighting invents with the vigor of its founder Thomas Edison to develop energy-efficient solutions that change the way people light their world in commercial, industrial, municipal and residential settings. The business employs about 15,000 people in more than 100 countries, and sells products under the Reveal® and Energy Smart® consumer brands, and Evolve™, GTx™, Immersion™, Infusion™, Lumination™, Albeo™ and Tetra® commercial brands, all trademarks of GE. General Electric (NYS: GE) works on things that matter to build a world that works better. For more information, visit www.gelighting.com.



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