LED Flood Lights
LED flood lights provide general area lighting for various commercial and residential applications. Choose between high output commercial flood lights, traditional flood lights, security flood lights, and spotlights to replace metal halide and halogen fixtures.
LED flood light fixtures are perfect for open areas and spaces that require high output and wide light distribution. LED flood lights are very flexible to use and can be mounted at the top of buildings, on poles, or on the ground. Beam angles range from narrow spot for landscape or accent lighting, to wide flood distribution for building facades and signage. Flood light mounting options include slipfitter mount, trunnion mount, knuckle mount and yoke mount. Between LED flood light fixtures and LED flood bulbs, there is a wide range of outdoor applications to be installed in, like museums, billboards, gardens, and security lighting.
LED Shoebox Flood LightsLED shoebox fixtures also function as flood lights because they are similar in shape to large-scale traditional flood lights. LED shoebox flood lights are typically used for football fields, car dealerships and building facades, and are mounted with a slipfitter mount, trunnion mount, yoke mount, or wall bracket. What makes shoe box flood lights different from area lights is the light distribution. LED flood lights use beam spread classified by its NEMA type. The NEMA beam spread measures the horizontal and vertical spread of the light that range from very narrow (NEMA 1x1) to very wide (NEMA 7x7). LED shoebox flood lights have varying color temperatures like 3000K warm white, or 4000K and 5000K coool white.
LED Commercial Flood Lights
Commercial LED flood lights are used for applications that require high lumen output like shipping docks, football fields, stadiums, arenas and signage. For lighting for larger spaces, LED commercial flood lights can provide up to 60,000 lumens in a wide beam angle. Large LED flood lights also come in narrow and medium NEMA beam spreads. These outdoor flood light fixtures can be mounted slipfitter mount, yoke mount, or trunnion mount depending on the desired angle and coverage area. LED commercial flood lights can replace up to 1500 watts metal halide flood lights.
LED Flood Light Fixtures
Traditional LED outdoor flood lights are used for small-scale applications like gardens, residential areas and building facades. LED flood lights serve as accent lighting or wall wash fixtures for museums and building facades, flag poles, monuments and signage. Flood light fixtures can be mounted on a pole, wall or on the ground using a slipfitter mount, trunnion mount, yoke mount, or knuckle mount. Small LED flood lights can provide up to 7000 lumens and replace up to 175 watt metal halide fixtures for more energy efficient lighting in public spaces.
LED spotlights are directional flood lights used for landscape and accent lighting applications. LED spot lights have narrow or spot beam angles to provide directional light on pathways, statues, trees, water fountains and gardens. Outdoor LED spot lights come with a knuckle mount for easy ground installation to create an uplight effect. Aside from landscape applications, these are also used as flag pole lights. Choose from different color finishes like bronze, black and brass to match the landscape design. LED spotlights come in warm white, neutral white and cool white color temperatures.
LED Flood Light Bulbs
LED spotlight bulbs and LED flood light bulbs have a variety of uses for both indoor and outdoor flood and spot applications. LED spot light bulbs can be used in track lights and landscape fixtures like path lights and bullet flood lights. Spotlight bulbs have a narrow beam angle perfect as flag pole lights and as accent lighting in parks, trees, statues, and artwork. Flood light bulbs have a wide light distribution and are ideal for security lights in garages, alleys and building perimeters. LED floodlight bulbs come in different color temperatures and bulb shapes and sizes to fit different types of fixtures. Choose between BR bulbs and PAR bulbs for different light distributions.