Good Quality for FN-HU01-200 UFO 200W LED High-bay Floodlight Wholesale to Melbourne
Good Quality for FN-HU01-200 UFO 200W LED High-bay Floodlight Wholesale to Melbourne 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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Ask This Old House master electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner replace a lamppost light in his driveway. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.)
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Shopping List for How to Replace a Post Light:
- Aluminum post
- Lantern fixture
- Quick-drying cement
- Wire nuts
Tools for How to Replace a Post Light:
- Wire cutters
Steps for How to Replace a Post Light:
1. Turn off power to the area by shutting down the circuit breaker.
2. Disconnect the existing lantern fixture from the post.
3. Cut, using wire cutters, or disconnect the wiring that attaches the fixture to the post wiring.
4. Using a shovel, dig out around the post and remove the current post from the ground.
5. Position the new aluminum post in the old hole.
6. Fish the old wire through the aluminum post and bring it up to the top.
7. Use a level to ensure the aluminum post sits plumb.
8. Pour fast-setting cement into the hole and then soak it with water. Allow the concrete to set at least 30 minutes.
9. Connect the electrical wires from the new lantern fixture to the post wires using pliers and wire nuts.
10. Hand-tighten screws and nuts to shore up the lantern fixture on top of the aluminum post.
11. Replace the existing light switch with an astronomical timer that will automatically turn lighting on and off with changes in the seasons by undoing the wiring on the existing switch and replicating that wiring on the new switch.
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