ETL, IP65, EMC, GS, LVD, RoHS, FCC, CE, LM-79, LM-80
Commercial White™ (5000ºK – 5500ºK)
606 x 507 x 369 mm
> 60, 000 hours
18 kg / 39.7 lbs
The 300W Industrial LED Floodlight XS is an impressive LED light that is often used at airport landing strips or installed on large poles for vast parking lot lighting. The 300W large area lighting LED fixture has a lighting output that is the same as a 1200W HID light. This INITIAL-LED product is very versatile and is best used in industrial or commercial environments such as warehouses, production and logistic workshops, large retail stores, amusement parks, indoor stadiums and public places.
Additionally, the 300W Industrial LED Floodlight XS gives you optimal light with a low wattage, thanks to its >70 CRI (Color Rendering Index) combined with a power factor of 0.95. The 300W Large Area Lighting LED fixture has been manufactured with a unique patented thermal management system designed to ensure low LED junction temperature, thus increasing the lifespan of this unit to up to 100000 hours. It comes with the INITIAL-LED 5-year warranty to ensure our clients’ satisfaction. Because of these key attributes, this product is the favorite of electrical engineers, electrical contractors, project managers and business owners.
Moreover, the 300W Industrial LED Floodlight XS has an output of 33000 lumens at 300 watts, for an efficient rate of 110 lumens per watt. It is backed by the relevant certifications delivered by major laboratories: ETL, IP65, EMC, GS, LVD, RoHS, FCC and CE. The 300W large area lighting LED fixture is optimized to function on an AC 90–305V circuit at a frequency of 50/60Hz in temperatures ranging between -40°C to 45°C. These specs make this LED product a bestseller in Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, Texas, Florida and California.
For the convenience of all, INITIAL-LED also offer this unit with a power output of 400W. For more information or to place an order, contact us at 1 855-677-3889 or visit us at INITIAL-LED’s headquarters located on the South Shore of Montréal, shortly after the Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel.