LED Flood / Spot Light

The FLx is offered in a variety of lumen packages and sizes. There are multiple mounting configurations for maximum versatility. The housing is made of precision die cast aluminum with an integral heat sink, with a chip and fade resistant powder coat finish. The glass lens is constructed out tempered glass. This luminaire comes in four sizes - small (FLS), medium (FLM), large (FLL) and extra large (FLX).

  • Applications: Suitable for most exterior floodlight applications
  • Lumen Output: From around 2,300 lm up to just over 12,000 lm
  • Max Lumens Per Watt: 120
  • Predicted L70 Lifetime: 88,000 hours (calculated)
  • Warranty: 5 year limited system warranty
  • Certifications: UL 1598 listed for wet locations. IP66 rated.
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FLL
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FLS schematic
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FLX
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FLL
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FLM schematic
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FLL schematic
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FLX schematic

FLx Performance Chart

Catalog #
LumensWattsLPWSeriesOpticCRI / Color TempVoltages AvailableWarrantyPredicted L70 LifetimeEquivalency*
FLS 1 MD F UV 740
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2,31619.6118.2Small, 1 COBFlood70 CRI / 4000K120-277V5 years88,000 hrs (calculated)Replaces 39W MH
FLM 2 MD F UV 740
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4,78939.9120Medium, 2 COBsFlood70 CRI / 4000K120-277V5 years88,000 hrs (calculated)Replaces 70W MH
FLL 2 HI F UV 740
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8,07475.3107.2Large, 2 COBsFlood70 CRI / 4000K120-277V5 years88,000 hrs (calculated)Replaces 150W MH
FLX 3 HI F UV 740
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12,006113.6105.7Extra Large, 3 COBsFlood70 CRI / 4000K120-277V5 years88,000 hrs (calculated)Replaces 250W MH
*NOTE: Fixture equivalencies are estimates only and should be confirmed by photometric analysis or sample install to ensure adequate light levels are achieved.

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