LED floodlight series

The FLL and FXL LED floodlights are designed for office buildings, safety/security, and other applications and are listed to UL1598 for use in wet locations and are DLC qualified.

08/28/2014


The FLL and FXL LED floodlights are designed for office buildings, safety/security, and other applications and are listed to UL1598 for use in wet locations and are DLC qualified. Courtesy: Hubbell LightingHubbell Lighting's FLL and FXL LED floodlights are designed for office buildings, safety/security, and other applications. Both floodlights feature vented housings designed to isolate the LED module from the driver maximizing product life and performance and they are constructed with a heavy-duty steel yoke with adjustable stainless steel hardware. Both floodlights are listed to UL1598 for use in wet locations and are DLC qualified. The flat surface tempered glass lens protects the LEDs and allows for quick and easy cleaning and debris removal. The FLL uses 28 LEDs to deliver 8054 lumens at 80.5 lumens per watt, while the FXL uses 56 LEDS to deliver 16358 lumens at 82 lumens per watt. 

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