Compact 20-Watt Flood Light
This Philips SmartBright 20W LED flood light is small and slim, with an incredible 2,400 lumens of light output. It has the following benefits over conventional flood lights:
- Energy Saving - uses 90% less power than halogen flood lights.
- Quality Guaranteed - 3-year warranty and 50,000-hour rated lifetime.
- Outdoor Rated - IP65 waterproof rating.
- Robust - die-cast aluminium housing and IK07 impact rating.
- Flexible Mounting Options - includes an adjustable bracket for wall, ground, ceiling, or pole mounting.
Specifications - 20W LED Flood Light
|220-240 V AC
|4000K Neutral White
|Symmetric Wide Beam 110° x 110°
|93mm x 130mm x 25.5mm (max Width x Length x Depth)
|IP65 Waterproof & IK07
|Pressure die-cast aluminium housing and steel bracket. Both are powder-coated dark grey.
|Installation by an electrician. Comes pre-wired with a 100cm power cable. Can be hardwired or add a 3 pin plug.
|360° mounting bracket rotation
|Philips Smartbright Floodlight BVP151 LED24 NW SWB G3 GM 20W (Product Description); 911401852183 (Part Number) 8719514534032 (Barcode)
|Datasheet (PDF), Installation Instructions (PDF), IES files (ZIP) for lighting designers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use the 20W LED flood light with a motion sensor?
Yes - you can ask your electrician to wire in a motion sensor for use with this 20W LED flood light. We recommend a '3 wire' outdoor motion sensor (also available as a black motion sensor). Note: if you use a '2 wire' sensor, the floodlight may light dimly when off due to the sensor's leakage current.
Are there any other wattage options?
Great service and even better lights, nice slimline design, good llighting characteristics, good all round floodlight
Philips LED Flood Light 20W
My cheap no-name eBay workshop LED lights have been failing one by one, and when they do, I replace them with these (I have one functioning cheapie left: but being a skinflint, I didn't do them all at once). If you can reach them, they make great directional worklights, and cast a good flood of light at a non-stressful colour temperature. They are durable and robust (I ran into one with a ladder one day), and have survived the rigours of my woodwork and mechanical workshops with no troubles.