LEDvance’s Superior Class flood luminaire has excellent photometrics with clear cutoff and standard 10 kV surge protection. It is wattage-selectable, offering three wattages per unit. A sensor can be installed to allow for daylight harvesting and energy savings. It operates in temperatures between –40ºF and 114ºF.
LEDvance’s flood luminaire features photometrics, is wattage-selectable and offers 3W per unit. It has a 7-pin NEMA photo receptacle or an optional Zhaga base sensor receptacle for daylight harvesting. It can be installed on round or square poles, walls or vertical or horizontal tenons.
National Specialty Lighting’s CCT Adjust mini flood light is a wide-distribution flood in a small, discrete housing. It is listed for wet locations and can operate in temperatures between –4ºF and 122ºF. The beam angle is 150-by-120-degrees. Users can change the color temperature with the push of a button.
SLG Lighting’s FF G2 flood light comes in medium and large with a lumen output between 21,150 and 42,998. It has different mounting options (including square and round pole mount, wall mount and more), photocells and motion sensors for efficiency.
Lind Equipment’s 140W flood light generates light by two solid-state 70W LED integrated chips, which can endure shocks, vibrations and rough handling without breaking the LEDs. It is cool-running and safe to touch even when left operating for hours.
Lind Equipment’s 40W Infinity floodlight features multiple mounting options. A built-in, clickable attachment changes the lighting mount from a tripod to a floor stand to a magnet attachment. It measures 14 in. long and 41/2 in. wide and weighs 2 1/4 lbs. The outer shell is made of high-impact plastic.