LED floodlights are versatile when it comes to where and how they can be installed as well as their usage. They're commonly used to light everything from building facades to billboards to sports fields. Two different types are available: symmetrical and asymmetrical. Symmetrical floodlights disperse their light evenly over a general area, while asymmetrical floodlights focus their beams more directly over a specific area. Thanks to LED technology, excellent energy-efficiency is assured too.
What are the advantages of LED floodlights?
LED floodlights have various advantages compared to conventional flood lights. For example, LED lights have a much higher energy efficiency. With them, you can save up to more than 80 % of your energy costs! In addition, they have a significantly longer service life than conventional floodlights. So you not only save energy, but also replacement and maintenance costs.
Many of our LED floodlights are also extremely robust against weather influences: Many of them have a high IP protection class, such as IP65, and are thus completely rainproof. You can read more about this in the next chapter. Furthermore, many flood lights also operate at temperature extremes of -20 to 40 degrees Celsius. You can thus rely on them in (almost) any situation.
Where are LED floodlights used?
LED floodlights have many different applications: They can be used both indoors and outdoors. This is ensured by the different protection classes in which you can purchase the products: In indoor areas, for example in museums or galleries, you can fall back on a protection class of IP44. If you install your LED floodlights outdoors, on the other hand, a protection class of IP65 or IP66 is recommended. These protect your luminaire against the ingress of moisture and dust.
Protection against impact and dust is not required.
The protection against impacts is again indicated by the IK protection class. The higher the value, the more resistant the luminaire is to external impacts, such as knocks or hitting the floor. A high IK protection class is particularly worthwhile if the LED floodlights are installed on the floor and people can potentially step on them or the luminaires can come into contact with other objects.
The LED floodlights in our range also come with different beam angles - from narrow (<24 degrees) to very wide (>91 degrees). If you want to illuminate an object, a tree or a painting, it is usually worth choosing a narrow beam angle. This way, the lighting focuses on a very specific spot. If, on the other hand, you want to illuminate a façade, you should choose a wide or very wide beam angle. This way you can be sure that no dark spots are created.
To narrow down your search, you can filter by protection class and beam angle to find the perfect flood light for you. You can use our filter categories on the left for this.
Are there LED floodlights with motion detectors?
Our range includes many LED floodlights that are equipped with a motion detector. These only start to light up when a person moves around them. This makes your lighting even more efficient, as it only shines when it is really needed.
This saves you further energy costs and significantly extends the life of the LED luminaire. If you would like to search for an LED floodlight with sensor right away, you can make use of our filter function on the left. To do so, tick the "Yes" box under "Incl. sensor". Or simply visit our category: LED floodlights with motion sensor
In which colour temperatures are the LED floodlights offered?
Our LED floodlights come in three different colour temperatures: warm white (3,000 K), cool white (4,000 K) and daylight white (6,500 K). These are recommended for different areas of application:
Warm white light (3,000 K) is characterised by higher red components than other colour temperatures. They therefore create a cosy atmosphere that invites you to relax and linger. This is perfect for hotels and restaurants. You can use the LED luminaires as façade spotlights or in gardens, for example.
The situation is different with cool white light (4,000 K). This is suitable for working environments, or for official facilities. This is because it emits more blue components than warm white light, for example, and thus increases people's alertness and reduces fatigue.
The same is true for daylight.
Daylight white light (6,500 K), on the other hand, is suitable for all those areas where details, attention and precision play an important role, for example in industry or technical drawing. This colour temperature makes even the smallest details visible and thus supports precision work.
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