RAB FXLED150 – 150 Watt Floodlight

RAB FXLED150 – 150 Watt Floodlight

The 150 watt FXLED from RAB provides a high performance and ultra efficient replacement for 400 watt metal halide floods. With over 14,000 lumens and a wide 6 by 6 NEMA beam spread, the FXLED150 floodlight is ideal for illuminating building facades, signage, landscapes and other areas requiring a large distribution of light.

FXLED150 reduces energy consumption by 66 percent versus metal halide alternatives, providing cost savings of more than $3,500 over the life of each fixture.

This high output floodlight is available with trunnion or slipfitter options for mounting on flat surfaces or on poles with two and three-eighths inch tenons. Optional wire guard and polycarbonate shield accessories are available to provide an extra level of protection.

The FXLED is also available in 78, 105 and 125 watt models offering added flexibility to address a wide range of lighting design requirements.

It comes in bronze and white finishes and in cool, neutral and warm color temperatures.

Factory installed photocell and wiring for bi-level operation are also available as options.

All models are UL listed for wet locations in a variety of outdoor applications.

The FXLED150 has a 100,000-hour LED lifespan and comes with RAB’s industry-leading, No Compromise, Five-year Warranty that covers light output, color stability, driver performance and paint finish. Simple, comprehensive and valuable, the RAB LED Warranty ensures that your investment is protected.

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