LED Floodlight FAQ

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LED Floodlights

Eterna Lighting is a reputable brand known for producing high-quality LED floodlights. Their products are often considered among the best in terms of performance and durability.

Yes, LED floodlights are worth it. They are energy-efficient, have a longer lifespan, and provide bright and focused illumination. They can save you money on electricity bills and maintenance costs over time.

LED floodlights are energy-efficient and use significantly less electricity compared to traditional halogen floodlights, making them a cost-effective choice.

The main difference between a 30W and a 50W LED floodlight is their brightness or lumen output. A 50W floodlight will produce more light than a 30W floodlight, making it suitable for larger areas or tasks requiring higher brightness.

The cost to run a 50W LED floodlight depends on your electricity rate. As a rough estimate, if your electricity cost is $0.12 per kWh, running a 50W LED floodlight for 1 hour will cost approximately $0.006.

LED floodlights produce very little heat compared to traditional halogen floodlights, making them safer and more energy-efficient.

A 30W LED floodlight is roughly equivalent to a 150-200W incandescent bulb in terms of brightness (lumens).

LED floodlights can last up to 50,000 hours or more, depending on the quality and usage. This translates to many years of reliable service.

Yes, you can leave LED floodlights on all night as they are designed for extended use. They won't overheat or consume excessive energy.

A 50W LED floodlight typically produces around 5000-6000 lumens, providing bright and focused illumination.

The best wattage for outdoor floodlights depends on the area you need to illuminate. For general outdoor lighting, a range of 30-50W is common. Larger areas may require higher wattage.

The size of the LED floodlight you need depends on the area you want to illuminate and the desired brightness level. Consider the lumens output and coverage area when choosing the size.

1000 lumens can be sufficient for smaller outdoor spaces or accent lighting. However, for security or larger areas, you may need a higher lumen output.

Yes, you can replace a halogen floodlight with an LED floodlight. It's a more energy-efficient and cost-effective choice.

A 400W LED floodlight is roughly equivalent to a 2000-2500W incandescent bulb in terms of brightness (lumens).

A 150W LED floodlight typically produces around 15,000-18,000 lumens, providing very bright illumination suitable for large outdoor areas.

A 1000W halogen floodlight is roughly equivalent to a 200W-300W LED floodlight in terms of brightness (lumens).

LED floodlights provide wide-angle, broad illumination suitable for large areas, while LED spotlights offer narrow, focused beams ideal for highlighting specific objects or areas.

The number of lumens for a floodlight depends on the intended use. For general outdoor lighting, aim for 2000-5000 lumens. For security or larger areas, go for 5000 lumens or more.

Consider factors such as lumens output, wattage, beam angle, color temperature, and weather resistance when choosing outdoor LED floodlights. Assess the specific needs of your outdoor space.

LED floodlights are designed for continuous use and can stay on for extended periods without issues. Their longevity depends on the quality of the fixture and proper installation.

Eterna Lighting is a trusted brand known for producing high-quality LED floodlights.

A PIR LED floodlight has a built-in Passive Infrared (PIR) sensor that detects motion. It automatically turns on the light when motion is detected and is commonly used for security purposes.

PIR lights are energy-efficient because they only activate when motion is detected, minimizing energy consumption during idle periods.

One disadvantage of PIR sensors is that they can sometimes be triggered by false alarms, such as moving branches or animals, which may lead to unnecessary light activation.

PIR lights can be triggered during the day if their sensitivity settings are too high or if there is a malfunction in the sensor. Adjust the sensitivity or check for sensor issues if this occurs.

Disadvantages of motion sensor lights include false activations, limited coverage angles, and the need for proper installation and maintenance to ensure reliable performance.

PIR stands for Passive Infrared, referring to the sensor technology used in many outdoor lights to detect motion.

PIR sensors detect motion based on changes in infrared radiation, while cameras capture visual images or video footage. PIR sensors are less intrusive and do not capture images or videos.

A PIR floodlight contains a PIR sensor that detects changes in infrared radiation caused by moving objects. When motion is detected, the floodlight is triggered to turn on, providing security and illumination in response to movement.

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