LED floodlight

Published:  01 December, 2011

Steinel, LED floodlight

Steinelís XLed floodlighting uses just 20% of the energy required by a halogen floodlight to deliver a wide spread of bright, white light all around a building. And the lamps have a life of over 50 000 h. These floodlights are built from robust aluminium and come with 10 or 25 LED lamps.

Sensor versions enable a lower level of illumination to be chosen, such as 10% of full brightness for the entire night or for 10 minutes after the floodlight is turned on.

These floodlights also come with optional sensor control and wireless capabilities. Energy consumption can be reduced even more using a sensitive motion detector to turn on lighting when someone enters the detection zone.

ĎActive-Thermo-Controlí ensures the floodlight will never be damaged by overheating.

For more information on this story, click here:  Dec 2011, RR 172

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