53 MAGIC LITE LTD. NATIONAL SPECIALTY LIGHTING The High Power LED Flood Lights are fitted with efficient Cree, OSRAM or Philips Lumileds LUXEON LEDs and powered by a Meanwell driver offering superior performance and reliability. With our unique beam profile and uniform photometric distribution, the LED Flood Light series achieves high optical efficiency with state-of- the-art technology to boost overall system efficiency. Proprietary thermal management design ensures low LED junction temperature, while maintaining an extremely light weight fixture. High Power LED Flood Lights are cETL/us listed with selected models DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) qualified. Design Innovation Fold-Fin Heatsink (FFH) technology • Thin aluminum sheets that are pressed into the desired fin structures by fully automated machines • The heatsink is soldered together using a high temperature furnace resulting in a large total surface area that is extremely light weight Air ventilation housing design • Designed to allow very effective air flow across the heatsink • Helps to direct the heat away from LED light source by natural convection Distributed heat source • Evenly distributed light source panel configuration spreads the heat source over larger area • Reduced thermal density lowers LED junction temperature High Power LED Flood Light Available in various beam angles and color temperatures these High Power LED Flood Lights are suitable for a variety of indoor or outdoor applications. LED vs Metal Halide Replacement Table LED Flood Light Metal Halide Flood Light 60W / 80W 150 W 100W / 150W 250 W 200W / 250W 400 W 300W / 350W 750 W 400W / 500W 1000 W 600W / 800W 1500 W 1000W 2000 W Comparison based on metal halide mean lumen lamp output Product Codes FL - 200 - XX - YY - ZZ FL Series Wattage CCT Voltage Beam Angle 060 = 60 W 300 = 300 W 30 = 3,000K UNV = 90–305 VAC, 15 = 15° 080 = 80 W 350 = 350 W 40 = 4,000K 50/60 Hz 30 = 30° 100 = 100 W 400 = 400 W 55 = 5,500K HV = 347–480 VAC, 40 = 40° 150 = 150 W 500 = 500 W 70 = 7,000K 50/60 Hz 60 = 60° 200 = 200 W 600 = 600 W 60F = 60° x 135° 250 = 250 W 800 = 800 W Blank = 85° x 135° 1000 = 1,000 W