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LED Replacement Lamps for Outdoor

Pole/Arm-mounted Decorative & High-Bay Luminaires

• Great Energy Savings !

• Bright Omni-Directional Light

• High Power Factor – Self Ballasted

• 5-Years | 50,000 Hours Warranty ()

• Built-in Surge Protection (SPD) 10KV/5KA

• Available in CCT 3000K, 4000K & 5500K

• ETL Certified to UL1598C and UL1993

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Installation Instructions

Wherever the need for bright, voluminous light exists, you will probably find Metal Halide (MH) lamps, or High-Pressure  Sodium (HPS) lamps, commonly known as High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps, providing this type of illumination.  Parking lots, large retail stores, manufacturing plants, sports arenas, and residential landscapes all rely on HID lamps to keep areas well-lit and safe for individuals to navigate.


Problems with metal halide lamps have led to widespread replacement of these lamps with LED replacement bulbs. Some major issues with metal halide lamps is their quick decay in brightness and an end of life condition called cycling. When Metal Halide lamps start to die, the gas pressure inside arc tubes increases. This causes the lamp to heat up considerably and use more energy to maintain illumination. In some cases, when Metal Halide lamps exhibit signs of cycling, they could explode as the lamp’s voltage exceeds the amount of voltage afforded by the ballast.


High-pressure sodium (HPS) lamp bulbs are also being rapidly replaced by LED replacement bulbs that do not emit monochromatic yellow illumination and restrict vision capabilities at night. In addition to going through the cycling process at the end of its life, HPS lamps has low color rendering - the ability of a light source to reveal the colors of various objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. LED replacement bulbs are able to mimic the same color temperature of HPS lamps but with high color rendering


Why Replace 100W to 400W Metal Halide Lamp Bulbs with 20W to 120W LED Replacements?


LED Lights Emit Omni-Directional or Directional Light

Although LED lights have some amount of lumen depreciation, it is not nearly as rapid a depreciation as Metal Halide lamps. In fact, LED light bulbs have a rating of L70, indicating LEDs retain at least 70 percent of their initial brightness after 50,000 hours compared to Metal Halide lamps decaying to 70 percent of their initial brightness in just 6,000 to 10,000 hours.

120W LED Replacement Offers Extended Life Expectancy

Most Metal Halide lamps burn for about two years. Larger Metal Halide lamps burn less than two years, especially 1,000W or 1,500W Metal Halide lamps. Top-quality LED lamps with L70 ratings can be expected to last five times as long as Metal Halide bulbs.

Reduces Energy Costs with Better Luminous Efficacy

A 400W Metal Halide lamp would consume approximately 450 Watts of electricity including the ballasts which they need to operate, because ballasts are essential components of Metal Halide lamps consuming an extra 15 percent of the energy required to illuminate a Metal Halide Lamp. Alternately, a 120W LED replacement for a 400W Metal Halide lamps can cut energy usage by over two-thirds and save users hundreds of dollars in energy costs.

Reduces Maintenance Costs

With shorter lifespans and rapid lumen depreciation rates, Metal Halide lamps require more maintenance than LED lamps. When large industrial or commercial operations change metal halide bulbs, they often wait until multiple lamps have burned out to defray maintenance expenditures. Depending on the type of operation relying on Metal Halide lamps, lack of illumination can create safety concerns and potentially lead to loss of customers. 20W to 120W LED replacement lamps outlive Metal Halide lamps by a factor of 2-4 times, and do not need replacing nearly as much as Metal Halides do while providing improved illumination.

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