LED Corn Bulb

An LED corn bulb is your most versatile choice to retrofit commercial and industrial HID lamps. These energy efficient LED corn cob lights give brighter results with up to 85% reduction in power consumption. With an average 50,000-hour lifespan, corn bulbs will last longer and save you even more money on maintenance and replacement costs. Whether you are replacing high bay 400 watt metal halide lamps or 1000W high-pressure sodium HPS bulbs to your shoebox area light, HomElectrical has a wide selection of color temperature and lumens to meet all your corn cob LED needs.
Replace traditional bulbs up to 400W in streetlights, high bays, post lamps, and more with LED corn bulbs, available in a variety of lumen and color temperature options.
Find an LED corn bulb replacement for traditional bulbs up to 175W in fixtures like post top lamps and bollard lights, available with a variety of color temperature and brightness options.
Replace traditional bulbs up to 250W in high bays, low bays, and post top lights with LED corn bulbs, available in a variety of color temperature and brightness options.

Up to 100W Replacement - LED Corn Bulb

Shop a selection of LED corn bulbs capable of replacing traditional bulbs up to 100W in commercial and residential applications.

LED Corn Bulb Accessories

Shop through a large variety of LED corn bulb accessories at HomElectrical! LED Corn bulbs are high efficiency lights that can easily replace traditional metal halide and high pressure sodium lights

Up to 1000W Replacement - LED Corn Bulb

Find an LED corn bulb capable of replacing traditional bulbs up to 1000W, available in a variety of color temperatures and bright lumen options.
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What is an LED corn bulb?

A corn bulb is designed to retrofit commercial HID (High Intensity Discharge) lamps. The three most common HIDs are Metal Halide (MH), Mercury Vapor and High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) bulbs.

With a 360-degree beam angle and a high lumens output, an LED corn bulb provides optimal illumination to all commercial and industrial buildings. It is often used to replace aging high bay fixture lamps, post top lights, shoebox area lights, and security barn lights. It provides limitless applications in retrofitting any traditional light fixtures in damp, wet or even hazardous locations.

A LED corn cob light bulb is configured either with a built-in driver or external driver. It is available between 2000 lumens and 36000 lumens. It is ideal for replacing a typical 70 watt (W), 100W, 150W, 175W, 250W, 400W, 600W, and 1000W HPS or metal halide lamps. Corn Cob LED bulbs can achieve color temperature (CCT) ranges from 2700K (close to HPS lamps) to 5700K (daylight white light) and operate at 100V - 277V or 377V - 480V.

Why should I retrofit to LED corn bulbs?


Energy efficient LED lights use up to 80% less energy (power), while producing similar or higher brightness than older HID lamps.

Corn cob LED lights last up to five times longer than a traditional metal halide bulb. With an average lifespan of 50,000 hours, this results in significant reductions in maintenance and replacement costs.

Corn lamps have higher lumen maintenance than High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) bulb. What does that mean? The LED lamp maintains a majority of its brightness throughout its lifetime, while a metal halide bulb quickly loses its lumens over time (up to 30% after only 5,000 hrs of usage.

What are the applications for a LED corn light?

LED corn lights can be used to practically retrofit all interior and outdoor light applications. Our customers have used them to replace 400W Metal Halide bulb in warehouse high bays, grocery store lighting, and retail showroom. Many of the 36000 lumens corn bulbs have been replacing 1000W HPS lamps in parking lot shoebox fixtures. While the 100W LED corn lamps have been outperforming aging 250W MH bulbs in post top light fixtures.

How many watts do I need?

Not all LED lamps are created equal.

Over the years, we have been trained to buy bulbs based on wattage. However, watt is the measure of power and not the luminous flux (in simpler terms…brightness.) The unit for brightness is lumens. Since the lighting industry has decided to properly label all lamps with the correct measure of light, we simply need to retrain ourselves to retrofit our bulbs with the proper lumens output and not wattage (power consumption.)

Remember earlier, we stated that all LED bulbs are not created equally? Depending on the efficacy (lumen/watt,) some LED chips are more efficient than others. For example, a 150W LED corn can range between 15,000 to 28,500 lumens. So, when comparing two 150W corn bulbs, make sure to evaluate their lumens output.

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