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LED Global Corp unveils new LED 360 Light that is 80% more efficient than traditional MH/ HPS
LED Global Corp today announced the release of their state of the art Nichia LED 360 Street Light Solutions. One of the key features of the series is it’s patented thermal technology which offers the highest heat dissipation in the LED industry.
The 50W 360 light has a lumen output of 4000, weighs 500g and replaces a 150 – 250W Metal Halide/ High Pressure Sodium light.
At 80W, the lumen output jumps to 6860, weighs in at 780g and replaces a 250 – 400W Metal Halide/ High Pressure Sodium light.
The 120W LED provides a whopping 9870 lumens, weighs in at 1200g and can easily replace a 400W + traditional Metal Halide/ High Pressure Sodium light.
The long rated life of 100,000 hours for these lights is equivalent to over 22 years at 12 hours per day.
Commenting, Saila Smith, Chief Operating Officer of LED Global Corp said “The plug and play application makes these lights particularly attractive for any campus area and street light application.”
These lights can be used to replace Metal Halide/ High Pressure Sodium lights inside any teardrop, antique, decorative, shoe box, acorn or post top fixture.
The color temperature ranges from 5500K to a very cool 7000K. The input voltage ranges from 220 – 277 V and the lights are waterproof grade, rated IP66.
About LED Global Corp
LED Global Corp is a global manufacturing and distribution company of state of the art LED lighting technologies spanning a portfolio of interior and exterior LED lights utilizing Nichia diodes with a lifespan of 100,000 hours. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and has operations in Europe, Middle East and Asia.
LED Global Corp has deployed LED lighting solutions in the United States, Asia and Europe. Our LED lighting products are manufactured in Taiwan.
For more information please visit www.ledglobalcorp.com.
The latest energy efficient 360 degree LED lights from LED Global Corp significantly reduce maintenance and energy costs
Page Updated Last on: Sep 26, 2012