20W IP65 LED Garden Lights
Product Name: 20W IP65 LED garden lights /
Product Code: HSL-FL20W /
IP Rate: IP65 /
Power: 20 Watts /
PIR Sensor:Yes / No /
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz OR 12V AC/DC /
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: 20W COB Epistar chip OR Bridgelux chip
Lumen Flux: 2200LM +/-3% OR 2600lm +/-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 / Grey
20W IP65 LED garden lights
Features of 20W IP65 LED garden lights:
1. Optical light distribution, no glare, no light pollution, high lighting effect and high uniformity.
2. High power factor, energy conservation and environment protection.
3. Surface treatment: coating treatment, high weather-ability, and rich colors.
4. Integrated heat dispersion of the housing; artistic and novel appearance design
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Q: Do you have Photometric data on your products?
A: Yes. We have photometric data and IES files for a number of our products and are constantly increasing the number of photometric data and IES files for our product range.
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Q: What does LED stand for?
A: LED stands for “Light Emitting Diode”. Light Emitting Diodes, as the name states - are diodes. A diode is a semi-conductor device that permits current flow in one direction. Semiconductor diodes are a junction of two materials. One material has a surplus of positive charge (holes), and the other a surplus of negative charge (electrons). When one applies a forward voltage, the electrons and holes are brought together. They combine and release light energy - the 'light emitting' part of the name.