LED Corn Bulb Street Light (54W - 125W), Mogul Screw Base E39, 5000K

$54.80
SKU:  501080518
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  • Product Features

    • SAVE 82% INSTANTLY - Cut down your electricity bill by up to 82% by replacing 300W with 54W!
    • REBATE ELIGIBLE - Holds DLC certification for best potential rebate from your local energy provider. UL-classified [E472253] to avoid electrical shock and fire hazard. (Except for 150W Corn Bu;b 501080548)
    • TURNS ON INSTANTLY - Our LED Corn Bulb Street Light is engineered to light instantly when the switch is flipped. No more waiting for bulbs to "warm up" or turn all the way on!
    • EXTRA BRIGHT - The LED Corn Bulb Light boasts an incredible output with minimal energy use.
    • HASSLE-FREE WARRANTY - Hyperikon's five-year unlimited warranty means we've got you covered! Contact us for an easy and fast replacement.
    • SPECIAL FEATURES - Shatter resistant, IP64 Weatherproof, 45,000+ Hours, Shock and vibration resistant, Omnidirectional Light. 
    Wattage 54W
    Part Number 501080518 
    Item Weight 2 pounds
    Dimensions 10 x 3.5 x 3.5 in
    Luminous Flux 6800 lm
    Wattage 80W
    Part Number 501080528
    Item Weight 2 pounds
    Dimensions 11.5 x 6 x 6 in
    Luminous Flux 10400 lm
    Wattage 125W
    Part Number 501080538
    Item Weight 5.31 pounds
    Dimensions 15.2 x 6.7 x 6.5 in
    Luminous Flux 16560 lm
    Wattage 150W
    Part Number 501080548
    Item Weight 5.82 pounds
    Dimensions 16.1 x 7.1 x 6.7 in
    Luminous Flux 19500 lm
  • LED Corn Bulb Street Light (54W - 125W), Mogul Screw Base E39, 5000K

    SKU: 501080518
    Finish
    Stainless Steel
    Base Type
    E39
    Beam Angle
    360
    Dimmable
    No
    Average Life
    45,000 Hours
    Certification
    UL Listed + DLC Certified
    Volts
    120-277V
    CRI
    80+
    Startup Time
    Instant-On
    Usage: 
    Outdoor
    Colors: 
    5000K
    Voltages: 
    Pack Sizes: 
    1-Pack

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