LED Flood Light Fixture 300 Watt Bronze
6" Square Pole Mount | Standard Arm to Square Pole Mount Included
120V - 277V | Rapid Ship - In Stock | NEW Fixture
Great for multiple lighting applications
Integrated LED system for optimum lifetime performance of 10+ years. Ideal for Parking Lots, Recreational Areas, Sports Facilities, Warehouses, Car Lot and a variety of outdoor applications.
LED Area Flood Light Fixture Specifications
• CRI: >80
• LED: Lumileds
• Power Factor (PF): >0.9
• Distribution: Type III
• UL/cUL Listed
• Ultra-durable powder coat paint
• Standard color Bronze
• 6” square pole mounting arm pre-installed to fixture.
*(Round Pole Mount Optional)
• ETL certified, meets UL and CSA standards
• 50-90% energy savings
• Bronze housing Lens/Refractor
• Tempered glass lens, thermal shock and impact resistant. LEDs/LED Driver
• Power Consumption: 300W
• Color temp: Cool White (5000K)
• 30,000 Lumen Output
• Input voltage: 120-277V 50/60Hz
• Dimensions: W: 12 5/8" L: 17" L+Arm: 23 5/8" H: 3 5/8"
• UL/CUL Listed, suitable for Wet Locations
• 5-Year Warranty
LED Area Flood Light Details:
LED Flood Light Wattage: 300 Watts
UL Listed for wet locations
Reduced operating costs by up to 80%.
Solid state design and circuitry
Great for shock and high vibration environments
No humming or flickering
Cool beam - Does not produce Ultra Violet (UV) light or IR
LED Flood Lighting Fixture Additional Information:
Instant-on and hot Re-strike
Zero Maintenance Costs
Size Classification: Area Light Fixture Large
LED Lighting Advantages:
*Long lifespan due to the lack of electrodes
*Very high energy conversion efficiency around 100 Lumens/Watt
*Minimal Lumen depreciation (declining light output with age)
*Instant-on and hot re-strike
*Environmentally friendly as LED lamps use less energy
*No UV or IR output
These benefits offer a considerable cost savings in energy and maintenance costs for LED compared to other types of commercial and industrial lamps which they replace.
LED Lighting Installation Warning:
should only be performed by a qualified electrician. Supply power
should be turned off when replacing components or checking connections.
Never perform maintenance or cleaning while fixture is energized.
Disconnect power and allow unit to cool before servicing.