The GAU-LTL-150W-LED light fixture from Larson Electronics produces 19,500 lumens of high-intensity light while drawing only 150 watts from a 120-volt electrical system.
The GAU-LTL-150W-LED light fixture from Larson Electronics produces 19,500 lumens of high-intensity light while drawing only 150 watts from a 120-volt electrical system. This high-mast LED flood light offers intense light output and is ideal for flood lighting, high-mast lighting, light towers, as well as industrial and outdoor lighting applications. Sixteen Bridgelux high-output LEDs producing 963 lumens each are arranged in rows and paired with PMMA high-purity optics to produce a well-focused 25-degree wide spot beam that is ideal for providing far reaching concentrated illumination while still covering a substantial amount of area. This fixture is also available in an optional 10-degree spot, 40-degree narrow flood, 60-degree flood and 90-degree wide flood beam spreads. The spot beams are tightly focused and are designed for high-elevation mounting to achieve distance, while the flood beams are designed to provide light over a larger area nearer the fixture.
This 150-watt high-intensity LED light fixture is an ideal replacement for fragile and hot running 400-watt metal halide lamps. They offer low power requirements, high durability and a versatile mounting system that makes these LED light emitters a superior lighting solution for demanding applications where power and reliability is critical. The heavy-duty design and high power of these LED lights make them suitable for a wide array of applications. Each unit is equipped with a back mount trunnion style mounting bracket that allows the light to be attached to flat surfaces and adjusted through 160 degrees of vertical movement. To adjust the unit after mounting, the user simply loosens the set screws located on either side of the unit, moves it into the desired position, then re-tightens the screws. The base of the mounting trunnion is equipped with several machined slots, which allow users to utilize existing mounting holes and slide the unit for precise mount positioning.