LLB-355C-51-10

Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Lights

Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Lights

Description

The Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Light is environmentally friendly, mercury-free, lead-free, and energy efficient.

Features

  • IP65 Waterproof Rating
  • Bright Light for Up to 50,000 Hours
  • Corrosion Resistant With Die-Cast Aluminum Ballast Casting with Powder-Coated Finish
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Dump those hot, power hungry sodium fixtures that always need replacing. This second-generation Lunasea LED flood light is environmentally friendly, mercury-free, lead-free and energy efficient. Our high power led illuminant provides extremely bright light without radiation, strobe flash or UV, while pulling a fraction of the power of sodium lamps. The die-cast aluminum radiator interfaces with ambient air to insure maximum heat dissipation across the fixture. Die-cast aluminum ballast casting with powder-coated finish and aluminum or stainless brackets offer superb corrosion resistance; coupled with industry compliant IP65 protection these lights were designed to deliver unsurpassed service in outdoor environments. Now with 6 foot cord and white enclosure.

  • Voltage Range: 85-265VAC
  • Power Consumption: 10W
  • Light Output: 900 Lumen
  • Color Temp: 6000K
  • Dimensions 114.5mm x 86.8mm x 104mm
  • LED Bridgelux - American Made
  • Enclosure: Cast Aluminum
    -Aluminum Bracket
    -Stainless Hardware
  • Wiring: Black - Line
    -White - Neutral
    -Green - Ground
  • Wire Length: 2 Meters (6 Foot)
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Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Lights LLB-355C-51-10 Outdoor LED Flood Light, 85-265VAC, 10W, 900 Lumens
$69.99
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Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Light - 12V/10W/900 Lumens - Cool White LLB-355C-01-10 Outdoor LED Flood Light, 12V, 10W, 900 Lumens
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Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Light - 85-265VAC/50W/4500 Lumens - Cool White LLB-35MC-51-10 Outdoor LED Flood Light, 85-265VAC, 50W, 4500 Lumens
$199.99
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Lunasea Outdoor LED Flood Light - 12/24V-50W-4500 Lumens - Cool White LLB-35MC-01-10 Outdoor LED Flood Light, 12/24V, 50W, 4500 Lumen
$199.99
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