LED floodlights

RAB Lighting's FXLED78 is a replacement for 250 W metal halide floodlights.

03/09/2012


RAB Lighting’s FXLED78 is a 78 W LED replacement for 250 W metal halide floodlights. The FXLED78 represents an efficient alternative to standard metal halide counterparts while delivering a combination of light quality, long life, and affordability to a broad range of outdoor commercial LED lighting applications. The FXLED78 delivers more than 5,900 lumens of highly uniform light and exceeds industry standards for efficiency, performance, and chromatic stability. The FXLED78 delivers nearly 70% energy savings relative to standard 250-W metal halide systems. In addition, the fixture is available in both slipfitter and trunnion mounting options for ease of installation for where the application is needed. It is available in three color temperatures: cool (5000 K), neutral (400 0K), and warm (2800 K). Protected by a chip- and fade-resistant polyester powder coat finish, the FXLED78 is UL-listed for wet locations and has a minimum starting temperature of -40 C to ensure reliable operation in colder climates or inclement weather situations.

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