- Available Wattage: 150W
- Color Temperature Available: 5700K
- Luminous Flux Available: 21000 Lumens [140 LUMENS/WATT]
- Wattage Equivalent: 450W
- Lifespan: 50,000 hours
- Voltage: 120V - 277V
- Color: Bronze
- Photocell Sensor: Yes
- Mounting Option: Yoke Mount
- IP65 Rating - Suitable for Wet Locations
- Heat Dissipation
- cULus, DLCapproved
- 5-year Manufacturer Warranty
Designed for Parking lot lighting, Security lighting, Entryway lighting, Street lighting, Pole Barn lighting and so on.
- Experience the latest150W LED Pole Light by LEDMyplace Canada. Now all the mounting options are carved into a single piece, to make things easier for you.
- It comes with a photocell sensor, the light will turn ON in the night & OFF in the morning automatically, you just have to relax and enjoy the efficient energy consumed by these lights.
- 150W LED Pole Light by LEDMyplace Canada is designed to replace 300W old lighting fixtures helping yousave 87% more on your energy bills with better brightness.
- Our LED pole lights have80+ CRI which means thecolor of an object under the light source appear the same as they would under natural light.
- LED pole lights/Shoebox light by LEDMyplace Canada is certified bycULus and DLC which makes it eligible for Rebates and incentive programs from your power company.
- These lights are tested to last for a minimum of 50,000 hours and require no variable maintenance cost.
- Our LED pole lights/ Shoebox light start instantly with NO flickering and humming -- providing you with a smooth experience.
- 24/7 Phone and Live Chat Support.
|Beam Angle:||150x85Degree Beam Angle|
|Color Rendering Index(CRI):||>70 CRI|
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||19.1 x 13.2|
|Life Hours:||50,000 Hours|
|Metal Halide Equal:||450 Watt Replacement|
|Operating Temprature:||-4Degree F TO +113Degree F|
|Certifications:||UL cUL DLC|
|Color Temperature (Kelvin):||5700 Kelvin|
|DLC Model no.:||WEN-S-G07B-150WCT3A2|
|IP Rating:||IP65 Rated|
|MPN (Part No.):||PL024|
|Safety Rating:||UL Listed|
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