LED floodlight

The Champ FMV LED 100 to 400 W floodlights from Cooper Crouse-Hinds are designed for use in gas or dust hazardous areas, combining 60,000 h rated lamp life with a heat sink designed for high ambient temperatures and thick protective housing.

09/13/2012


Champ FMVThe Champ FMV LED 100 to 400 W floodlights from Cooper Crouse-Hinds are designed for use in gas or dust hazardous areas, combining 60,000 h rated lamp life with a heat sink designed for high ambient temperatures and thick protective housing. These floodlights can be used for outdoor or indoor applications at a wide range of mounting heights, with high-efficiency drivers, LED arrays, and optics that give the familiar butterfly beam light pattern. Using existing mounting adapters, the floodlights require no new conduit runs during installation. Additional options include a warm white version, a guard to protect each fixture from damage, and a visor for dark sky compliance.

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