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The Lotus LED Line from HyLite LED Lighting, a division of ARVA, was designed with versatility in mind. The 180-degree adjustable mounting arm allows the Lotus Lamp to install in multiple positions and at different lengths for use in a wide variety of applications including recessed cans, canopy lights, parking garage fixtures, parking lot lights, flood/spot lights, high ceilings, and high / low Bays.
The LED Lotus is available in sizes ranging from 20W to 100W to replace anything up to 400W metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps with up to 80 percent energy savings. A 120-degree beam angle and ultra-efficient 140 lpw deliver high quality illumination with maximum lifetime energy savings.
At 60,000 hours of rated life, the HyLite Lotus last 3 to 5 times longer than metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps. The Lotus comes with a free 20kA In-line surge protection device to protect the lamp against disruptive and damaging power surges and transients.
With an IP65 ratings, the HyLite Lotus is completely protected from contact, dust, and water splashes. Waterproof quick-connectors makes the Lotus ideal for temporary lighting. Universal Voltage (120 -277V). 5 Year Warranty.
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