30 Watt LED Flood Lights
Product Name: 30 Watt LED flood lights
Product Code: HSL-FL30WS
IP Rate: IP65
Power: 30 Watts
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: SMD3030 LG chip OR SMD3030 Philips chip
Lumen Flux: 3300LM +/-3% OR 3900lm +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 110lm/W OR 130lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra
Beam Angle: 120 degrees
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Aluminium body + Tempering Glass cover
Body Color: Black
30 Watt LED flood lights
Features of 30 Watt LED flood lights:
1, Die-casting aluminum, glass and surface polyester electrostatic spraying
2, Low power, energy-saving rate remains high, belongs to surface light source, light source high utilization rate.
3, The light source color is good, lightis soft, luminous efficiency.
4, Cold light source, no infrared or ultraviolet radiation, both in the visible spectral range,without harmful metals mercury, green environmental protection.
5, Widely used in Local interior lighting, green landscape lighting, advertising license, that the medical culture and other specialized facilities, lighting, bars, discos and other entertainment atmosphere lighting.
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Q: What is the input voltage tolerence of your led lamps ?
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Q: Are LED's inherently directional?
A: No. One way to boost the luminous intensity spec (usually given in candelas of millicandelas) is to focus the beam more tightly. The same light flux, focused into a tighter beam, will give a higher luminous intensity spec. So indicator LEDs with 10 degree beam width are popular in part because they have higher specs compared to the same LED packaged to have a 30 or 70 degree beam width. It's more common to see illumination-grade LEDs rated in lumens, which doesn't take into account the focusing of the beam. Arrays built from narrowly focused LEDs will be narrowly focused; arrays built from other beam distributions will exhibit the beam distribution of their component LEDs. Narrow-beam LEDs and arrays can lose apparent impact when viewed slightly off-axis.