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Super bright LED parking lot lights are made for outdoor use, such as stadiums, squares, billboards, parking lots, building exterior wall, etc.
Save electricity bill. Replace 250W HPS (High Pressure Sodium) by 120W LED. Save over 60% on electricity bill of lighting.
High CRI. CRI is over 70. More vivid and natural lighting.
High efficiency. Output is over 12600lm. Efficiency is up to 90lm/w.
Maintenance Free. Extremely long life reduces re-lamp frequency. Save labor cost to replace bulbs with short lifespan.
Durable housing. Rugged die-cast aluminum, scratch and fade resistant. Excellent appearance.
Eco-Friendly. No lead or mercury.
Solid State. Shockproof and vibration proof.
No Hazardous Emissions. No UV or IR Radiation.
1 x 120W LED Parking Lot Light
Please ensure the installing position can carry the weight of the shoe box light body before installing.
How to Install Guide
How to Install Guide
120W LED Parking Lot Light, 12600lm, 250W HPS Bulb Equiv LED Shoe Box Light Fixture, Daylight White, Waterproof, LED Shoebox Area Light
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By Ona Truitt
from West Covina, California
on October 01, 2014
This one was perfect. The 120 watt version puts out a ton of light and the bright white color lights up the whole area. The install was easy. High quality construction. The LED light seems well protected.
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