Editors note: Developments such as this one may let the country do just fine without the soon-to-retire coal plants. One internet source says a 100W incandescent bulb can produce 1,500 lumens. Hence, 11,000 lumens would have required about 7.3 incandescent bulbs and require 730 Watts. In contrast, the LEDs will use only 16% of the power needed by conventional lights.
Bright Lights LED Technology introduces a new, flat mount Fuel PumpCanopy Light that generates over 11,000 lumens while using only 120 watts of power. The new Fuel Pump Canopy Light is sized to easily retrofit old, power-thirsty metal halide or high power sodium bulbs found in many canopies today. Priced competitively at $549, the new LED Canopy Light will provide about 70% savings in energy costs.
The new Bright Lights LED Technology Fuel Pump Canopy Light is DLC listed and is certified IPX6 to insure weather worthiness to the highest standard. It uses high-end components including a Meanwell power supply and Cree chips. Additionally, the new Canopy Light has received a BUG rating of B3-U1-G1 so it is perfect for light pollution-sensitive environments. The new Bright Lights LED Technology Fuel Pump Canopy light has a life expectance of 50,000+ hours and an eight year warranty.
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