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LED Floodlight, 20W 3000K Black 2000 Lumens @ £13.80 Delivered by CPC

£13.80 @ CPC Farnell
•LEDVANCE lamp which is ideal for car parks, underpasses, garages, public areas, building facades and construction areas •Direct replacement for halogen Floodlight luminaires •Energy savings of up t… Read More
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•LEDVANCE lamp which is ideal for car parks, underpasses, garages, public areas, building facades and construction areas
•Direct replacement for halogen Floodlight luminaires
•Energy savings of up to 90% compared to halogen floodlight luminaires
•Polycarbonate housing, tempered glass cover, carbon steel bracket, aluminium heat sink
•CCT: 3000k Warm White
•3-Year manufacturer warranty

LEDVANCE GmbH with headquarters in Garching bei München, Germany is an international company for lighting products and networked light applications that evolved from the divestment of OSRAM Licht AG in July 2016.
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#1
it sates:
LEDVANCE lamp which is ideal for car parks, underpasses, garages, public areas, building facades and construction areas
so would it not be ideal for my backyard?
1 Like #2
BurnToasT333
it sates:
LEDVANCE lamp which is ideal for car parks, underpasses, garages, public areas, building facades and construction areas
so would it not be ideal for my backyard?
I plan to use it in my backyard. I guess it comes under their description of 'building facades'
2 Likes #3
These are very good. Bought a white one a few months ago. Good quality and bright. Note the wire tail cannot be removed, so you will need a junction box or as I did wire streight into a PIR. Also worth noting - don't unscrew the bracket. Many screws nuts and washers ping out everywhere.
#4
Great quality these, posted this a while back, better than the naff eBay ones
#5
shame no PIR.
#6
Wadadli_Cooler
These are very good. Bought a white one a few months ago. Good quality and bright. Note the wire tail cannot be removed, so you will need a junction box or as I did wire streight into a PIR. Also worth noting - don't unscrew the bracket. Many screws nuts and washers ping out everywhere.

Why can't the tails be removed? Are they soldered?
#7
If it's the same as the one I bought the backs not removable and the glass is bonded in
#8
Lewie
If it's the same as the one I bought the backs not removable and the glass is bonded in
That's because there is no bulb to replace, you basically bin it when the LED goes
1 Like #9
Richiano whom works in this field recommended this floodlight - available white or black when I posted: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheap-slimline-floodlight-6-95-cpc-2608797

I have to agree with him, this Osram lights seems much better value, yes twice the price but almost twice the brightness and of probably a higher quality.

Please for the love of ***
avoid similar products from ebay, etc as the earth wires are unreliably connected if at all!
#10
Anyway to wire this to run off a generator hookup line? Need one at work and use a Genny for the other bits and bobs to can split out as not near capacity but how to wire this to it?? Thank you if anyone know :)
#11
Purchased one with a seperate PIR from Screwfix not so long ago. The LED Floodlight is lightly illuminated 24/7 as the PIR probably leaks voltage.

I need another 2 more for the front of the property, maybe 1 with a PIR built in (however must come with flex) another with a Seperate PIR/Light.

Any ideas?
#12
rash
Wadadli_Cooler
These are very good. Bought a white one a few months ago. Good quality and bright. Note the wire tail cannot be removed, so you will need a junction box or as I did wire streight into a PIR. Also worth noting - don't unscrew the bracket. Many screws nuts and washers ping out everywhere.
Why can't the tails be removed? Are they soldered?

Tails are crimped and it would be difficult to remove and recrimp them. I am told they do this to maintain IP integrity and if you do cut the crimps off you have voided the warranty.
#13
rash
Wadadli_Cooler
These are very good. Bought a white one a few months ago. Good quality and bright. Note the wire tail cannot be removed, so you will need a junction box or as I did wire streight into a PIR. Also worth noting - don't unscrew the bracket. Many screws nuts and washers ping out everywhere.

Why can't the tails be removed? Are they soldered?


I tried. I unscrewed the back (many screws) but found its all bonded. You would have to rip the whole thing apart.
1 Like #14
silvershark010
Anyway to wire this to run off a generator hookup line? Need one at work and use a Genny for the other bits and bobs to can split out as not near capacity but how to wire this to it?? Thank you if anyone know :)
Normal mains plug as it's 240V !
#15
Can this be used for the back garden patio area? I saw an LED light unit with PIR in Lidl....so what is the difference?

Can anyone help?
#16
samisonline
Can this be used for the back garden patio area? I saw an LED light unit with PIR in Lidl....so what is the difference?
Can anyone help?
PIR (passive infra red) switches the light on when it detects movement and switches off after a set time, so ideal as security light. I note this one is only 3000k which refers to the Kelvin scale of light colour, 3000k is a very yellow light. 6000k or more gives a much whiter light which is what I would look for.

Edited By: ThermalRider on Feb 13, 2017 20:27
1 Like #17
how long is the power cable
#18
raulvibes
how long is the power cable


About half a metre.
#19
Does this have a plug on the end ? Thanks
#20
Thanks, been meaning to replace my 400w halogen dog light for ages, no excuse now :)
1 Like #21
kaiser051
Does this have a plug on the end ? Thanks


No. You will need an external junction box, or there's just enough flex to make it through a cavity wall.
#22
Wadadli_Cooler
kaiser051
Does this have a plug on the end ? Thanks
No. You will need an external junction box, or there's just enough flex to make it through a cavity wall.
Ok cheers
#23
i'm a lighting designer and while osram isnt probably well know, its know good brand also 100 lumens per watt seems a good chip if they are not over powering it
#24
ThermalRider
samisonline
Can this be used for the back garden patio area? I saw an LED light unit with PIR in Lidl....so what is the difference?
Can anyone help?
PIR (passive infra red) switches the light on when it detects movement and switches off after a set time, so ideal as security light. I note this one is only 3000k which refers to the Kelvin scale of light colour, 3000k is a very yellow light. 6000k or more gives a much whiter light which is what I would look for.

Can you link to a good one for the money, thats similar specs?
#25
Bought 2 of these on Tuesday and they arrived today. They are very good quality and feel very robust for the price.
#26
nothingmuch2day
Bought 2 of these on Tuesday and they arrived today. They are very good quality and feel very robust for the price.
I'm still waiting for mine lol
#27
Does it need sensor?
#28
abdi12346
Does it need sensor?


Yes, it doesn't come with built in PIR.

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