New LED floodlights from EarthTronics

NORTON SHORES—The West Michigan LED lighting developer EarthTronics has introduced a new color and wattage selectable LED floodlight to offer precise security and general area illumination for commercial buildings. The new floodlight, which can also be used for advertising or as landscape lighting, allows the flexibility of switching between three temperatures—3,000K warm white, or cooler 4,000K and 5,000K—and four wattages (49, 56, 63 and 70 watts) to ensure the proper lighting for improved visual acuity and enhanced security.

The flexible Color & Wattage Selectable LED Floodlight delivers a highly efficient 135 lumens per watt with an 80 Color Rendering Index. Set at 49, 56, 63 or 70 watts, the floodlight produces 6,650, 7,600, 8,550 and 9,500 initial lumens, respectively. It has a 150-degree beam angle and accepts 120 to 347-volt AC power supply.

Designed for exterior security lighting on office buildings, hospitals, municipalities, manufacturing facilities, schools, warehouses and other commercial structures, the Color & Wattage Selectable LED Floodlight is IP65 rated for wet applications. The floodlight has a durable, high-quality, textured architectural bronze powder coat finish with a high impact acrylic lens for long-term performance. It comes with a standard knuckle joint, and a yoke mount is available.

A DLC premium product, the Color & Wattage Selectable LED Floodlight is cUL, RoHS and UL certified to comply with North American safety standards. The easy-to-install light will perform in temperatures ranging from -40°F to 131°F with a rated performance life of 50,000 hours, and comes with a five-year limited warranty. The floodlights may be accepted for utility rebates in many markets.

For more information about the Color & Wattage Selectable LED Floodlight, visit EarthTronics at https://www.earthtronics.com/product/9950-lumens-70-watt-led-color-selectable-floodlight/.

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