100-160 watt LED flood light with die-cast aluminum housing, IK10 tempered glass, ATEX explosion-proof certification, adjustable angle mounting bracket, change accessories can also achieve recessed and surface installation can be used in tunnels, gas stations, toll stations, gardens, outdoor courts lighting, etc.
Up to 100,000hrs @ L70, low maintenance cost
World-class, approbated quality components (LEDs /Driver /etc.)
Tempered glass cover, easy for cleaning
Compact die-cast structure, solid mechanism, and reliable quality
ATEX certification allows the lamps to be used safely inflammable and explosive areas
Optional installations accessories for recessed, surface, and bracket mounting
CE/ RoHS/ IK10 /IP66
Multiple lighting distributions are available
Multiple lighting control options are available, e.g. DALI, 1-10V, Motion sensor
5 years warranty
|LED Brand||Lumileds LUXEON 3030|
|Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency||160 lm/w|
|Lamp Rated Lumen output||16000 lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)|
|Color Rendering Index||70 (80 is optional)|
|Color Temperature||3000K, 4000K, 5000K or 5700K|
|60°, 90° or 120°|
|Optimal Operating Temperature||25℃|
|Working Environment||Between-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||< 10%|
|Lumen Maintenance||> 100,000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)|
|Body||High-pressure die-cast aluminum|
|Cover||UV-resistant Polycarbonate+Tempered glass|
|Protection||Class I ( Class II optional)|
|Certification||CE, ROHS, LM80|
|Dimming Options||1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer|
|Control Options||Motion sensor or Smart control|
LED floodlights and LED spotlights are two of the most widely utilized types of lighting in a variety of commercial applications. They provide excellent effectiveness and considerable energy efficiency, which contributes considerably to an energy bill reduction. However, many consumers get confused between the two lights and struggle to choose which LED luminaire is preferable for their specific demands and requirements.
A floodlight is a powerful light with a wide beam spread. It has a beam spread of up to 120 degrees and is suitable for outdoor applications. Spotlights, on the other hand, have a much smaller beam spread, often less than 45 degrees. For example, the majority of spotlights have a beam angle of fewer than 25 degrees. It is more focused and works well in both indoor and outdoor environments.
The following are some of the most significant distinctions between the two lights:
A floodlight emits a highly dispersed and scattered beam of light. It casts light in all directions and uniformly illuminates the whole area within range. Whereas LED spotlights provide a focused and direct impact. It cannot illuminate a whole business space uniformly, but it can concentrate on specific things without glare.
The beam angle of an LED luminaire is defined as the angle or degree of breadth at which light is emitted or distributed. Simply described, it is the angle created by the beam axis's two opposing points. This is the primary distinction between LED floodlights and LED spotlights. As previously stated, LED floodlights to provide a broader and more powerful distribution of light than LED spotlights. The high beam angle lights provide a "washing" appearance, whilst the LED spotlights produce a "spot" effect. Spotlights, on the other hand, provide stronger lighting than floodlights. Generally, the beam angle remains inversely proportional to the brightness. This implies that when the beam angle narrows, the light seems brighter.
LED floodlights are ideal for big outdoor business venues such as shipyards, stadiums, parking lots, and driveways. They are often utilized as interior lighting solutions in large enclosed environments such as warehouses and storage facilities. LED spotlights, on the other hand, are more adaptable and hence suitable for a wide range of applications and areas. They are ideal for tiny spaces like exhibits, museums, and fairs that need illumination to showcase different display objects such as statues, paintings, and artifacts.
Floodlights and spotlights are both cutting-edge LED lighting options that may meet all of the space's demands and requirements effectively and efficiently. They do, however, have particular characteristics and operate admirably only when fitted properly in suitable locations.
LED floodlights are the most often utilized outdoor lighting option in a variety of commercial applications. However, many individuals get confused about the difference between high and low wattage floodlights and have difficulty determining which LED luminaire is the best fit for their needs and requirements.
A floodlight with high wattage is a high-intensity light with a wide beam. It has a beam spread of up to 120 degrees and is suitable for outdoor applications. On the other hand, low-wattage floodlights, which are often employed in residential places such as gardens or entrances, or in advertising billboards, have a relatively narrow beam spread of 45 degrees or more. For instance, the majority of low-wattage lights use less energy. It is more compact and works well in tiny outdoor locations.
The following are some significant distinctions between the two types of floodlights:
LED floodlights with a high wattage provide extremely dispersed and scattered lighting. It casts light in all directions and uniformly illuminates the whole area within range. Whereas low wattage LED floodlights to provide less than 50w of light. It cannot illuminate a whole business space uniformly, but it may concentrate on certain things.
The beam angle of an LED luminaire is defined as the angle or degree of breadth at which light is emitted or distributed. Simply described, it is the angle created by the beam axis's two opposing points. It is the primary distinction between high- and low-wattage floodlights. As previously stated, high-wattage floodlights provide a more uniform and powerful distribution of light than low-wattage floodlights. High-beam angle lights provide a washing effect, while low-wattage floodlights have a beam angle of between 45 and 120 degrees. Low-wattage floodlights, on the other hand, give stronger lighting than high-wattage floodlights. Generally, the beam angle remains inversely proportional to the brightness. This implies that when the beam angle narrows, the light seems brighter.
Floodlights with high wattage are industrial lighting solutions that are ideal for large outdoor business environments such as shipyards, stadiums, parking lots, and driveways. They are often utilized as interior lighting solutions in large enclosed environments such as warehouses and storage facilities. Low wattage floodlights, on the other hand, are more adaptable and hence suitable for a number of applications and places. They are ideal for tiny locations such as home spaces, gardens, and billboards.
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