10 Years Manufacturer FN-HU01-200 UFO 200W LED High-bay Floodlight in Monaco
10 Years Manufacturer FN-HU01-200 UFO 200W LED High-bay Floodlight in Monaco Detail:
FN-HU01-100 UFO 200W LED High-bay Floodlight
1) IP65, IK08/IK10
2) 5 years warranty (MEANWELL HBG 5 Years)
3) Patent and compact design
4) AC180~528V is available
5) Lumen Efficiency of Lamp Fixture up to 140Lm/w.
6) Multiple installations:hook/bracket/wall mounting
7) Product lable by elegant metal nameplate on product
8) Japan origin Nichia LED and Meanwell driver.
9) Equivalent to 150W, 250W, 400W, 700W and 1000W HID/HPS/MHL
10) Value added function, such as 1-10V, Dali control, Microwave motion sensor control and ZigBee control.
|The Specification of UFO High-bay led light|
1. Outdoor Area Lighting, High Mast Lighting
2. Garage Lighting, Workshop Lighting
3. Warehouse Lighting, Factory Lighting, Industrial Lighting
4. Supermarket Lighting, Store Lighting
5. Tunnel Lighting, Bridge Lighting
6. Gas Station Lighting
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‘Tis the season when I put a full-size Christmas tree (with over 800 LED lights) on the bike trailer and ride it around town, but riding it around last year, I was struck by how much the tree impacts the visibility of hand signals. Since I’d like to avoid impacts (especially the physical ones), I figured I’d whip up a new trailer light system.
The lights are cheap LED bars from Amazon (pick a brand, any brand), under $10 a pair. They’re controlled by an Arduino (Nano) — thank you, MOSFETs. Also inside is an analog accelerometer which provides automatic brake lights The wired remote has left and right turn signal buttons and a cancel turn signal button, plus four LEDs which mirror the trailer lights. Conveniently, this is seven signals and a common ground, so the remote is connected with a plain old patch cable run from the trailer light controller to remote on the handlebars. The trailer lights and tree are powered off a 35Ah 12V AGM battery, and there is also a bluetooth PA-type speaker so Vince Guaraldi Trio can accompany the tree.
(Automatic brake lights: You press both turn signal buttons on the remote at the same time to enter calibration mode. The current reading is used as the baseline. Start moving, then coast a bit, and the peak acceleration in the -X direction, i.e. drag/braking, is tracked. Hit the turn signal cancel button, and the peak plus a small factor is set as the trigger acceleration. Anything larger than that will light the brake lights.)
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