LED Floodlight - Water-resistant Outdoor Lamp - 50W - 12V/24V




24 Volt / 12 Volt Outdoor Floodlight

Waterproof* 50W LED floodlight (IP65) - light up buildings, noticeboards, signs, plazas, gardens, entertainment areas, driveways or parking lots with a generous light beam of 120° of cool white daylight. This light is brighter than some street lights!

Ultra low energy consumption make this LED floodlight a lucrative alternative for businesses and homes. LED technology is not only the most efficient form of lighting (converting ~90% of input power to light) but also longer lasting than other technologies. This flood light is designed to provide 50,000h of trouble free operation.

Furthermore, the LED light can operate on both 12V and 24V DC battery systems. Note, many LEDs are rated 24V but do not tolerate the 30+V DC a battery system may come up to at times. This LED does.

The lamp housing is waterproof (IP65), made of high quality aluminium die casting with surface oxidation and sprayed coating. The LED is protected by tempered glass sealed with silicone rubber sealing. Comes with detachable swivel arm for easy installation.

- LED technology
- Waterproof - IP65*
- Sturdy
- Rated for solar battery systems (12V or 24V)
- Long Life

*Do not submerge in water.

Weight: 3.1 Kilograms
Warranty: 3yr
Code: LED-452
Price: $110.00


LED Floodlight - Water-resistant Outdoor Lamp - 50W - 12V/24V
Voltage9-33V DC
Luminous flux4500 Lumen
Colour temperature4000-4500°K (natural white)
Beam angle120°
Protection classIP65
Operation temperature-20 to +50°C
Dimensions (mm)287(W) x 237(H)
Housing colourgrey


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