Advantages of LED floodlights
Tired of handling weak yellow lights in your business? Consider replacing the old halogen and HID (high intensity discharge) lamps with commercially available LED bulbs from E-Top (HK) Technology Limited. LED spotlights are made with built-in LEDs instead of incandescent lamps, so there is no need to change the lamps frequently. These devices also have a longer lifespan and last longer than comparable HID and halogen devices. LED floodlights provide uniform light that improves overall visibility and provides additional security for commercial and private locations.
E-Top HK projectors are available in different sizes, from compact for small installations to extensive stadium lighting. LED floodlights are suitable for a variety of mounting options, such as wall and pole mounting, and are designed for installing fixed cables. These projectors provide specific lighting for a variety of applications, including parking lot and billboard lighting.
Commercial LED spotlights can be combined with motion sensors, photocells and timers. If you plan to use your bulbs as security lights, motion detectors automatically turn on your lights when motion is detected. LED-compatible photocells recognize light and turn lights on and off in the dark when the sun rises. Do not use LED bulbs in a circuit with a bright photocell. The timers only turn on their lights when necessary and help them last longer.
Although many projectors are designed for use in humid locations, some have an additional IP rating, which indicates how well the equipment is sealed against ingress of dust and water. It is saved with two digits. The first refers to protection against dust and the second to the level of protection against water. An LED floodlight with protection class IP65 is dustproof and can be sprayed with water jets from any direction.
Light flux and color temperature options for LED spotlights
Find the best LED spotlight for your application by looking at the light flux and color temperature. Light measures the amount of light emitted by the luminaire. For small areas, less lumens is better, so you don't create unwanted reflections. Higher numbers of light are preferred for larger areas because the light has more space to propagate.
Kelvin is used to describe the color of light. A 3000 Kelvin lamp produces white halogen light which is close to the color of halogen lamps and can be used for applications such as landscape lighting and wall washing. For larger outdoor applications, including stadiums and parking lots, look for a device that emits 4000 Kelvin (cool white) or 5000 Kelvin (strong white) for better visibility.
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