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Osram LED Floodlights @ CPC from £13.80

£13.80 @ CPC Farnell
JUST NOTICED THESE ARE ON BACKORDER DUE IN STOCK 10/11 WHITE 50w NOW IN STOCK (2/11/16) I have been fed up with cheap LED floodlights failing, now you can buy Osram LED Floodlights for similar p… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
JUST NOTICED THESE ARE ON BACKORDER DUE IN STOCK 10/11

WHITE 50w NOW IN STOCK (2/11/16)

I have been fed up with cheap LED floodlights failing, now you can buy Osram LED Floodlights for similar prices to the cheap knockoffs from Ebay

And a decent 3 year warranty

20w £13.80 or £11.76 buy 3+

50w £29.40 or £27.84 buy 3+

Free delivery,

Spec Sheet:

http://selector.com/media/upload/LEDVANCE%20Floodlight%20Std.%20TI%20Sheet%20V3%20June2016.pdf
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#1
Good price compared to the unbranded.
#2
it's not a similar price as the cheap ones but probably worth the premium.
1 Like #4
I have the white version. Compact and well made. Quite bright. Comes with 30cm of flex. OK if you connect to a junction box. To replace the flex you have to dismantle the whole unit. There are about two dozen screws to remove.
#5
50 watt is as good as a 500w Halogen - Osram - sold LED advance to china in September 2016.
Very good lights I have 8
#6
Is there a PIR on these?
#7
Are the cheap ones on Ebay unreliable? I cam imagine the PIR ones may be. These used to stop working with the old halogen floodlights.
I suppose it depends on your use. I would switch these on occasionally or use them with a PIR, in which case a three year warranty (if that is what you are paying for) doesn't seem long, especially given that you can buy a PIR 20watt for £6-7 on ebay.
And a separate PIR would cost at least £7
1 Like #8
Are these rechargeable and portable outside?
#9
jsw72
Is there a PIR on these?

No

xiphia
Are these rechargeable and portable outside?

No these are mains operated with no battery
#10
jasee
Are the cheap ones on Ebay unreliable? I cam imagine the PIR ones may be. These used to stop working with the old halogen floodlights.
I suppose it depends on your use. I would switch these on occasionally or use them with a PIR, in which case a three year warranty (if that is what you are paying for) doesn't seem long, especially given that you can buy a PIR 20watt for £6-7 on ebay.
And a separate PIR would cost at least £7

I've now had 4 cheap pir versions die, but the 2 without pir have lasted 4 years so far.
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jasee
Are the cheap ones on Ebay unreliable? I cam imagine the PIR ones may be. These used to stop working with the old halogen floodlights.
I suppose it depends on your use. I would switch these on occasionally or use them with a PIR, in which case a three year warranty (if that is what you are paying for) doesn't seem long, especially given that you can buy a PIR 20watt for £6-7 on ebay.
And a separate PIR would cost at least £7

Many on Ebay don't have a earth lead attached so are dangerous, and they also don't quote the true wattage you might buy a 50w but its only 20w, i have had 2 fail so far, had to modify them so they were earthed, plenty of teardowns on youtube

You are also paying a bit more for a fully tested product and made up to the correct specifications as stated , not some dodgy knockoff from ebay

For me personally i think its worth paying a little bit more for a quality product, especially electrical items that could cause problems like electrocution of possibly a fire


Edited By: deanos on Oct 27, 2016 10:17: .
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I want to ask a really stupid question, they've all been done though. too late again.
#13
Yeah, I stopped buying the "bargain" LEDs from eBay. They gave fantastic light output for around a month then ask died within a week.. Now using a mixture of the Lap from Screwfix and the V-Tacs from B&M, both with at least a 2 years warranty. might try one of these with the 20w rating to see how well they perform.
#14
good find!
#15
my sister has had 2 'Ansell' units fitted for some time now and are available for just under £20 for the 10w and £25 20w
(pir versions) http://www.anselluk.com/carina-led/ they seem decent and reliable


Edited By: ath007 on Oct 27, 2016 18:54
#16
ath007
my sister has had 2 'Ansell' units fitted for some time now and are available for just under £20 for the 10w and £25 20w
(pir versions) http://www.anselluk.com/carina-led/ they seem decent and reliable
Very nice I'm sure but where can you buy them from at that price?
#17
Just had their catelogue in and they also have 'slimline' ones in at about £5 less that these - not sure what the difference is?
#18
pgjeffery
Just had their catelogue in and they also have 'slimline' ones in at about £5 less that these - not sure what the difference is?

whats the code ?
#19
white 50w now in stock and price is now cheaper £26.97

Edited By: deanos on Nov 02, 2016 08:00
#20
jasee
ath007
my sister has had 2 'Ansell' units fitted for some time now and are available for just under £20 for the 10w and £25 20w
(pir versions) http://www.anselluk.com/carina-led/ they seem decent and reliable
Very nice I'm sure but where can you buy them from at that price?
sorry for the delay. Local dealer here on Anglesey but a quick search reveals - https://www.electricalcounter.co.uk/products/Lighting/Outdoor+Lighting/Ansell+Outdoor+Lighting/Floodlighting/Floodlights/LED+Floodlights/Black+Outdoor+Carina+LED+Polycarbonate+Floodlight+%26+PIR,+20W,+IP65,+CW/942258757?gclid=CO3K7KqAmdACFQrjGwodITQF2w free delivery but over £90
#21
mines arrived today, very slim unit and great quality, will upload some pics if anyones interested ?
#22
mines arrived today, very slim unit and great quality, will upload some pics if anyones interested ?

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