New High Lumen Stadium Light 560W
● 280W 560W 840W
● The whole fifixture can be 0-360º adjustable,and the single module can be 0-90º adjustable.
● Multiple lighting control options are available
● Designed to last at least 100, 000 hours at L70.
Certification: ENEC, CE, EMC, LVD, ROHS, CB, FCC, Salt Spray Test, Vibration test, LM79, LM80, ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO50001.
Are LED lights worth the cost?
LEDs cost 40 times more than incandescent, but since they use about 75 percent less electricity, they win in the long run. ... Since it costs $20, it will take 16 years to recoup the cost in electricity savings. At five hours a day, the incandescent uses $15.42 in electricity annually. The LED bulb uses only $2.42 worth
Can I leave LED lights on all night?
Fortunately, because they are cool to the touch and simply dim over time, LED lights do not present these hazards. ... With this in mind, it's a good idea to turn off your LED lights at night so the transformer has time to cool down and avoid the risk of overheating
Who invented the LED light bulb?
In October 1963, TI announced the first commercial hemispherical LED, the SNX-110. The first visible-spectrum (red) LED was developed in 1962 by Nick Holonyak, Jr. while working at General Electric. Holonyak first reported his LED in the journal Applied Physics Letters on December 1, 1962.