Compact LED Flood Lights Provide Large-Scale Illumination for Landscape/Industrial Applications
Super Bright LEDs—A leading online retailer for high-quality LED lights—is excited to announce the addition of six new LED flood lights to their extensive Compact Series product line. The sleek flood lights can be used for many landscape and industrial applications, including parking lot lighting, billboard lighting, tree uplighting, flagpole lighting, and architectural wall washing. These LED lights are available in 10, 20, 36, 50, 66, and 100 watt versions and are designed to last 50,000 hours—five times longer than HID fixtures.
Depending on the selected wattage, the energy-efficient LED flood light fixtures have 6, 10, 11, 20, 33, or 40 Cree XT-E or XB-D LEDs with outputs ranging from 800 to 9,650 lumens. The LEDs emit a wide 120-degree beam of cool white illumination. All six flood lights operate within a wide 100-277V AC range.
The durable, IP65-rated LED flood lights are weatherproof and dust-tight. Construction consists of a heavy-duty die cast aluminum housing with an integral LED-cooling heat sink and a tempered glass lens. The housing also contains a built-in UL-Recognized constant-current driver that is designed to prevent fluctuations in brightness. An adjustable bracket allows the flood lights to be aimed up or down for direct illumination where it’s needed.
Super Bright LEDs has been providing customers with 13 years of excellent service, expertise, and quality LED technology. Independent test labs along with the knowledge base of trained experts and engineers allow them to provide dependable information and products. For more information about the new Compact Series LED flood lights, other LEDs, or about Super Bright LEDs, visit www.superbrightleds.com.
Contact: Max Zofness
Marketing and Web Outreach
Super Bright LEDs
Super Bright LEDs, Inc.
4400 Earth City Expressway
St. Louis, MO 63045
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