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Under-18-W LED Flood Lamps Replace 90-W Halogens and Metal Halides

Consuming less than 18 W, the warm-white (3,000K) PAR38-12X2WF-XIW-001W and pure-white (6,000K) PAR38-12X2WF-XPW-001W frosted soft-flood LED bulbs can directly replace halogens and metal halides of up to 90 W, providing 77% to 85% energy savings. The LED bulbs work with voltages from 85 to 265 Vac and can be installed in existing 26-mm Edison and E27 European base sockets without adapters.

The bulbs provide a wide-focused beam of about 90º and brightness of 661 lm (warm-white) or 808 lm (pure-white). They are packaged in a magnesium-alloy housing with UV-stabilized plastic lens and have an average life­span greater than 50,000 hours.

The floodlights suit a broad range of lighting applications, including security and emergency, general/architectural and landscape, display and cabinet, signage and back lighting, industrial OEM equipment, biomedical, museum, and theatrical.

The RoHS-certified units come with CE safety assurance and are compatible with the international “Dark Skies” initiative. ($145.60 ea / single qty — available from stock to 6 weeks ARO.)

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