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Commercial outdoor LED floodlight fixtures are quickly becoming widely used across industrial and commercial facilities including warehouses and security perimeters as well as stadiums for enhanced sports lighting. Even though floodlights are available in other forms with older lighting technologies like high intensity discharge (HID), LEDs are simply a better option. Below we'll detail the benefits of LED commercial flood lights.


Last Longer

Commercial LED floodlights last significantly longer than alternatives. One of the major reasons behind the growing popularity of LED lighting is their longevity. On average, outdoor LED floodlights may last as much as much as 200,000 hours, compared to only 24,000 hours typically provided by HID lamps. This means you won’t be concerned with frequent replacements, additional maintenance, or light failure. Outdoor floodlights are typically in high up or hard to reach places, making changes and replacement a lot more cumbersome than simply getting out the step ladder.

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Energy Savings

For commercial facility managers and building owners, saving on operating costs and maintenance is a huge concern. This is why many of them are making the transition towards commercial and industrial LED floodlights. You can save as much as 80% on electricity consumption by switching over to LED alternatives. Furthermore, LEDs don’t contain mercury or other dangerous waste, which makes them easier to dispose.

Negligible Heat Emissions

A major concern for traditional lighting technologies is that a large portion of the energy is converted into heat. The wasted heat can most definitely be felt in the surrounding air as well. On the contrary, LED floodlights don’t generate anywhere near as much heat, which will usually reduce the overall ambient room temperature as well.

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Work in All Temperature and Weather Conditions

Unlike many other lighting options, LED floodlights keep performing at maximum efficiency even in extreme temperature and weather conditions. The worst thing that LED lighting has going for it in terms of weather is that, due to low heat emissions, falling snow occasionally does not melt like it would on other lights. A pretty minor issue and very simple fix – face the light downward or put a cover on it and problem solved.