Glacialight is pleased to expand its Navi Series LED Flood Light Line into DC
Press release [Monday 21 May 2012]
Taipei, Taiwan - GlacialLight is pleased to expand its Navi Series LED Flood Light Line into DC input applications with the GL-FD30. Available in two color temperatures, 3000K and 6000K, these DC input flood lights utilize Philips Lumileds chips and are an ideal solution for indoor/outdoor domestic, commercial, and industrial external lighting applications.
Making the most out Philips Lumileds chips, GlacialLight's GL-FD30 Series converts more than 80% of electricity into light. Compared to equivalent mercury flood lights, these LED flood lights consume almost a third of the power at 27W. Additionally, the GL-FD30 Series has an extremely long life span of 30,000 hours. When used for eight hours a day these LED flood lights can shine more natural, gentler light with no perceptible flickering for over a decade without needing a replacement.
Both models of the GL‐FD30 Series, GL‐FD30WW (3000K) and GL‐FD30CW (6000K) have a DC input voltage range of 11‐15V DC/22‐30V DC and emit 1570 and 1900 lumens of light, respectively. These LED flood lights come with an adjustable bracket for light positioning through a 30 degree or 60 degree beam angle.
With the environment in mind GlacialLight designed the GL‐FD30 Series Flood Light Series to contain no hazardous chemicals, such as mercury, or harmful radiation emissions such as UV or IR,making them more eco‐friendly than traditional lighting. This DC input flood light series is also more economically friendly, consuming less power while providing more light, than traditional lighting products.
Product Features of GLFD30 Flood Light Series
ĦDIndoor & outdoor use
ĦDHigh power efficiency > 87%
ĦDLED chips by Philips Lumileds
ĦDLow power consumption: 27W
ĦDLong life span: > 30,000 hours
ĦDIdeal replacement for mercury lamps
ĦDAvailable in two color temperatures: 3000K & 6000K
GLFD30 Series Indoor/Outdoor LED Flood Lights Using Philips Lumileds Chips
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