Super Bright LEDs to Offer New Energy-Saving LED Canopy Lights
Super Bright LEDs—A leading online retailer for LED lights–is happy to announce the addition of new DLC-Listed standard and photocontrol LED canopy lights to their extensive line of industrial lighting products. The 100-watt canopy lights are great for security lighting, parking garage lighting, gas station lighting, low-bay warehouse lighting, drive-thru lighting, and more. These light fixtures use powerful Philips LEDs to emit 9,000 lumens of bright natural white light.
The LED canopy lights are equivalent replacements for 400-watt metal-halide (MH) fixtures but are designed to last three times longer. A photocontrol option is available to lengthen LED life span even further. The torque light-detecting sensors are designed to save energy by turning the light fixtures off during daytime hours. Shoppers can choose either a 120V AC or 208-277V AC torque sensor for the photocontrol fixtures.
These weatherproof LED lights are constructed of dark bronze die cast aluminum housings and shatterproof polycarbonate lenses. The LED canopy lights operate within a wide 90-277V AC range. Each surface-mount LED canopy light is equipped with a Mean Well constant-current driver as well as side and rear knock-outs that allow for various wiring options. A hasslefree five-year warranty fully protects against factory defects and malfunctions.
Super Bright LEDs has been providing customers with 14 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 LED canopy lights, other LEDs, or 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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