75 Watt LED Outdoor Flood Light
Product Name: 75 watt LED outdoor flood light /
Product Code: HSL-FL70WN /
IP Rate: IP65 /
Power: 70 Watts /
PIR Sensor:No /
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz /
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: SMD3030 Philips chips OR COB Bridgelux chip
Lumen Flux: 7700LM +/-3% OR 8400lm +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 110lm/W OR 120lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra
Beam Angle: 120 degrees
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Aluminium body + Tempering Glass cover
Body Color: Black
75 watt LED outdoor flood light
Features of 75 watt LED outdoor flood light:
1. High brightness stable performance long longevity and low power consumption
2. Stable current, by high efficient and wide voltage constant current driver
3. Mounting bracket can be rotated 180 degrees to facilitate the installation
4. It provides even, bright illumination across a wide area
5. Waterproof design, ideal even for outdoor use
6. Place / hang / nail as you want
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Q: Can I have a sample order for led light?
A: Yes, we welcome sample order to test and check quality. Mixed samples are also acceptable.
Q: What is L70 ？
A: L70 describes the brightness of an LED after a number of hours – often 50,000. If a product claims L70 after 50,000 hours, it means that after 50,000 hours of burning (nearly six years if the lights are on 24/7) the lights are now 70% as bright as they were when they were first installed. L70 doesn’t mean anything without the corresponding number of hours. You may also see terms such as L70 at 6,000 hours. Sometimes manufacturers will list L80 (or even L90) at 50,000 hours. This simply means that after 50,000 hours, the LEDs will be 80% (or 90%) as bright as they were initially. Be careful not to confuse L70 with LM79 or LM80.
Q: Where can LEDs be used?
A: They can be used almost anywhere. LED replacements are already available for bulb types such as A-shape, PAR reflectors, MR reflectors, decorative, undercabinet, and more. When used on dimmers, particularly dimming systems that support many bulbs, we suggest testing a few LEDs first to test compatibility.