Trending Products FN-HU01-100 UFO 100W LED High-bay Floodlight Factory for Southampton
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FN-HU01-100 UFO 100W 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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I bought these floodlights to examine because one has a very narrow beam angle (30 degree) and both had what appeared to be an extra heatsink on the back.
They are both quite well made and do run at 20W. One was earthed and one wasn’t! Worse still, to earth it would require new termination of a cable, since the earth core of the existing flex was taken into a potted driver.
The beam difference is down to aluminium reflectors with common fixing points. The heatsink on the back is clamped in place through the housing with screws against a sealing gland. I’d guess that it’s a modular approach that allows different depth extrusion sections to be used for differing LED wattages.
One light had a potted driver and the other’s was just in heatshrink. I removed the heatshrink to reveal a decent looking driver with a standard switchmode driver chip by Fairchild (5L0380R) which is a self running fixed frequency driver with primary peak current sensing. Feedback was via a current sense resistor and single transistor threshold detector driving the LED in an opto-isolator. Quite a nice looking power supply. It also had a glass fuse on the input and what looks like a PTC thermistor for overcurrent protection.
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