Topaz’s flood light is designed for landscape lighting and is bright enough to illuminate building façades. It features a die cast aluminum housing with integrated thermal management and an impact-resistant polycarbonate optical lens. It also features a bronze knuckle mount and is availible in 70 or 90W.
Ring’s floodlight camera is a hardwired security camera with ultra-bright LED lights and a siren. It features two-way audio with noise cancellation. The camera has object and person detection. Also, there are dual sensors with object and person detection with ultra wide angle motion sensors that enable viewers to detect motion around corners.
ESL Vision’s high output flood light is designed for sports venues and industrial applications. It has a weathertight construction and impact-resistant polycarbonate lens. It is available in 300-, 600- and 900W models, delivering up to 117,000 lm. It rotates up to 70 degrees on its vertical axis.
Lind Equipment’s Beacon360 Trek Light LED flood light casts light 360 degrees and upward, illuminating up to 25 ft. in every direction. It is 8 in. long and 6.5 lbs. It can be purchased alone, mounted on a 4–6-ft. tripod, mounted on an aluminum floor stand, attached to a magnet, corded for daisy-chaining or with a high-strength adjustable clamp.
E-conolight’s E-APE LED area light features a low-profile design, optical control cover that goes over the LEDs to direct light and heat fins designed to keep the fixture cool. It comes equipped with enhanced 10-kVA surge suppression. It is available in 3,000K, 4,000K, and 5,000K color temperatures.