Industrial LED Flood Lights 200W
Product Name: Industrial LED flood lights 200W
Product Code: HSL-FL200WN
IP Rate: IP65
Power: 200 Watts
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: 22000LM +/-3% OR 24000lm +/-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
Industrial LED flood lights 200W
Features of Industrial LED flood lights 200W:
1.Professional reflector design with 120 degrees.
2.Utilize M16 waterproof connector to fix the input cable, avoid damage of hard power pulling.
3.Convenient connection, neat, clean and efficiency.
4.Use waterproof connector to fix the input cables, easy to make maintenance.
5.Full aluminum enhanced luminaire bracket supports flexible angle adjustment. Design for a variety of applications.
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Q: What’s High Power LEDs?
A: High power LEDs come in 1-3 watt packages. They are driven at much higher current, typically 350, 700, or 1000 mA, and—with current technology—can produce 100-120 lumens per 1-watt package.
Q: Do these LED corn bulbs require to bypass the ballast?
A: Yes. All LED corn light bulbs do not need any ballast, please remove or bypass it before replacement HPS, CFL, MH and etc.
Q: How bright are led light bulbs?
A: Led bulbs available for standard fixtures vary in brightness from less than 50 lumens up to about 1200 lumens. The brightest led bulbs for standard fixtures are the floodlights and spotlights. The brightest of these uses about 25 watts and produces light comparable to a 120-watt incandescent.
The brightest LED bulbs with approximately the same size and shape as ordinary incandescent bulbs produce up to 600 lumens. With a few exceptions these bulbs are somewhat directional so they are most effective when pointed at the area to be illuminated.