NovaLux 150W Shoebox Area Light, 400W MH/HID Retrofit, 21000 Lumens, DLC

NovaLux LSF150W-D
NovaLux 150W Shoebox Area Light, 400W MH/HID Retrofit, 21000 Lumens, DLC

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NovaLux's LED Shoebox area lights are ideal for replacing 400 watt metal halide light pole fixtures in outdoor applicaitons. This LED fixture easily retrofits onto most current lighting fixtures. Shop HomElectrical for products today!
  • Slip Fitter Included.
  • Type III Beam Angle.
  • Easy retrofitting of existing fixtures.
  • Sleek and modern design that creates less boxy shape.
  • InstantOn Technology means there is no flickering lights of wasted energy.
  • The power efficiency of more than 90 percent.
  • Beam light produces no UV or near-IR radiation.
  • For use in parking lots and as street fixtures.
  • Mercury free.
  • 5000K color temperature provides a vibrant and alert cool white light that is ideal for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications.
  • Aluminum heat dissipation system.
  • Rated life of 74,000 hours.
  • Cree 3030 light source.
  • Operating Temperature: -22 to 144 Degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Dimensions: 20.35" x 16" x 3.15".
  • Optional Bases Sold Separately.
  • **Limited warranty is set for five years from the date of invoice, please read NovaLux's warranty policy for more details**.

480V High Voltage option available on Special Order for additional $25/fixture. Please call us for more info.

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Product Specifications

Part NumberLSF150W-D
Color Temperature5700K
Lumens21000 lm
Sealed BatteryNo
Warranty5 Yr
Weight13.55 lb

Manufacturer Description

150W LED Shoebox Area Light, 400W MH Replacement, 21000 Lumens

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150 Watt Shoebox Light
By James on 2018-07-25

Wow I Love this light I have a large yard and garden I have Bats that feed after dark I don't know if it's the brighter light or if I never noticed how low to the ground the bats get seems like I might have 1 or 2 more Thanks Jim

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