Flood Light - Outdoor Solar LED Lighting - Transportation Solutions and Lighting, Inc

Flood Light

It is mainly used for outdoor flood lighting, building decoration lighting, industrial lighting, advertising lighting, ect., a street lamp light distribution system, and can be used for road lighting. Integrated applications of LED light source, the unique circuit control design, reached a high efficiency and energy saving of more than 80%. Ultra-high brightness, high color-rendering index, is the latest type of outdoor lighting products.



  • Only offer 3 year's or 5 year's warranty or any other warranty period specified in the contract for the product from the date of purchase:
  • Invoice or shipment bill is required to claim the warranty.
  • The warranty policy only requires manufacturer to repair the defective product or send substitute for replacement.
  • Installation labor, electricity cost and other related cost will not be covered by the manufacturer warranty policy.
  • Warranty doesn't cover the defect caused by inappropriate use, especially if directions of the instructions for use are not observed, normal abrasion as well as failures which affect the value or use of the product insignificantly.
Model: EV-150BC2-C
Power: 150W
LED: Epistar 3030 SMD LED
Color: Warm white/ Neutral white / Cool white
CCT: 3000-3500K/4000-4500K/6000-6500K
CRI: ≥75
Life-span: ≥50,000 Hours
Flux: 15,000lm±5%
Beam Angle: 120°
Material: Aluminum + Toughened glass
Gross Weight: MAX 6.8KG/PC
Inner box Dimension: 51*43.5*13.5CM
Outer carton Dimension: 51*43.5*13.5CM
Package Spec: 1PCS/CTN,8.5KG/CTN
Working Environment: -37℃ - 55℃
Working Humidity: ≤95%
Storage condition: -40℃~80℃
Limited Voltage: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Input current: 0.54-1.50A
Protection Level: IP65(outdoor using)

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