Larson Electronics, longtime leading supplier of commercial and industrial grade lighting solutions, has announced the release of a new 150-watt high mast stadium LED flood light with a day/night sensor that delivers 20,250 lumens of high intensity light while drawing just 1.25 amps at 120V AC. This outdoor industrial light is IP67 rated and is ideal for stadium lighting, high mast lighting and replacing metal halide lamps and features a day/night motion sensor.
The Larson Electronics GAU-LTL-150W-LED-DNMS provides operators with a powerful and energy efficient alternative to traditional, bulky, and high maintenance 300-watt metal halide units. Sixteen CREE LEDs and PMMA high purity optics allow this high bay fixture to provide an impressive 20,250 lumens of high quality light while only consuming only 150 watts with a 1.25 amp draw at 120 volts. Each LED emits a 24° wide spot beam creating phenomenal far-reaching concentrated illumination over a large area, making this high mast light a perfect option for outdoor work areas. The GAU-LTL-150W-LED-DNMS operates on 120-277VAC without modification and boasts a lifespan of over 80,000 hours with 70% lumen retention.
This high mast stadium light is equipped with an innovative and powerful day/night + motion sensor located within the light fixture, that allows the GAU-LTL-150W-LED-DNMS to operate in several different modes including: motion activated, day/night activated or a combination of motion sensing and day/night modes. This high-tech sensor allows operators to modify the following settings: motion sensor sensitivity, motion sensor time-delay and the intensity output level of the fixture. This high degree of flexibility in operation and settings makes this LED fixture very versatile.
“The versatile motion and day/night sensors of this unit allow for a lot of setup creativity, especially when grouping multiple units together in say, a parking garage,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “For example, a sequence could be setup that turns on half the fixtures as daylight fades, then the rest would come on once it’s fully dark, then vice versa for the morning time”, he added.