Muti Beam Angel IP67 Square LED Pool Lights Underwater Spot Lamp For Swimming Pool
Ming Feng Lighting Co.,Ltd is one of the leading LED light product, located in Guangdong province, China.
Ming Feng LED lighting factory produce LED indoor light and LED outdoor lamp. For the LED indoor light, we are producing the LED spot light, LED bulb, LED tube, LED down light, led ceiling light, led track light; For the outdoor LED Light, we are producing the LED landscape light, LED underwater light, LED flood light, LED high bay light, LED street light, LED tunnel light and LED gas station light. With the rapid growth of our sales volume in the market, our R&D are expanding quickly to meet the market demands.
|Square LED Pool Lights Underwater Spot Lamp||Item Number:||MF-03WS|
|Input voltage :||DC12V-24V|
|Dimension :|| 45×45xH40mm |
|Color temperature :|
R / G / B
|LED Chip :||CREE-XBD LED|
|Protection Rate :||IP67|
|Luminous Flux (lm) :||220Lm|
|Material :||surface ring (stainless steel), the main (6063 aluminum)|
|Beam Angle :||15° 45° 60° 45°|
|Certificate :||CE, Rohs|
|Warranty Period :||Two Years|
How Does an LED Pool Light Work?
Unlike humans or coach seats on a crowded flight, not all bulbs are created equal. Understanding how an LED pool light is superior to an incandescent bulb requires learning some new terminology and—brace yourselves—a bit of math.
It’s not all about the savings or the efficiency, though. Making the switch also gives you high-tech aesthetic and control options old-school lighting just can’t match.
All bulbs use energy to produce light. This usage is called wattage, and is the traditional way to rate a bulb’s overall efficiency, since it’s tied directly to energy cost.
A 100-watt incandescent bulb, for example, uses electricity flowing through an interior filament to produce light, and more than a little heat. It uses 100 watts of energy for every hour it’s on. Multiply this by the wattage rate your energy provider charges, and you’ll know how much leaving that light on costs you.
Making wattage the biggest factor in choosing a bulb means you might’ve been keeping your pool a little dimmer than you’d like, or skipped lighting altogether in order to save money.
LED pool lights changed the game. LEDs have no filament, and are in effect tiny, light-throwing semiconductors. Electrical current passes through a microchip, which illuminates the LED. They have built-in heat sinks to keep them cool, while also enhancing their brightness and useful life.
Increases in energy efficiency mean that wattage has become less important than how much light a bulb actually provides.
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Installation in pools, ponds, aquariums, waterfalls, water features, fountains, docks, and in marine environments.