MaxLite introduces MPulse LED High Output Flood Light

MaxLite MPulse

Apr 19, 2020

MaxLite’s MPulse LED High Output Flood Light is a high-performance replacement for HID lighting systems up to 1500 watts.

The MPulse High Output Flood Light features a modular optic system that can be configured to suit a variety of exterior applications, including car dealerships, parks and recreational areas, golf driving ranges, facades and general area illumination. The system is available in 220-, 440- and 660-watt configurations, with outputs ranging from 27,000 to 85,000 lumens. Offering 100,000 hours of lumen maintenance at L70 standards, the High Output Flood Light is DLC Premium listed and comes supported by MaxLite’s 10-year, labor-included WarrantyMax warranty.

Part of a Trade Agreements Act-compliant outdoor family, the High Output Flood Light can be coordinated with Wall Mount, Flood, Canopy and Bollard luminaires for complete design continuity. The High Output Flood Light is offered in multiple optics (narrow, medium, wide, rectangular), color temperatures (3000K, 4000K, 5000K), mounting options (slipfitter, trunnion) and finishes (bronze and silver) to address a wide range of new and retrofit project needs. The fixture is compatible with three-pin and seven-pin twist-lock photocontrols. 

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