EiKO's LiteSpanLED Series offers a convenient and energy-efficient solution for replacing traditional compact fluorescent, high-pressure sodium, and metal halide sources in enclosed lighting fixtures. With a 180 degree beam angle, these LED HID Retrofit Lamps, also known as LED corn lights or corn bulbs, come in 20, 30, and 40 watt models with an E39 mogul screw base. They are perfect for retrofitting outdoor security lighting such as shoebox area lights, flood fixtures, and wall packs. These Eiko LED HID Retrofit bulbs require the by-pass or complete removal of your current fixture ballast from the circuit. Available in either daylight 5000K or cool white 4000K, these bulbs are a versatile choice for all your lighting needs.
This EiKO LED retrofit bulb is suitable for use in enclosed wall pack, shoe box, and other typical HID fixtures. Designed to replace up to 100 watt Metal Halide (MH) or High Pressure Sodium (HPS) bulbs, the LED20WPT/180/xxKMOG-G7 consumes just 20 watts of 120 to 277 volt 60 Hz energy. With a 180 degree beam angle and screw-in E39 Mogul base, this non-dimmable option offers a CRI of 80 and a rated life of up to 50,000 hours. Once screwed in, simply rotate the body of the light bulb to direct the LED light output that best suits your specific application. With solid state technology and no fans or moving parts, this LED HID retrofit is a reliable, energy-saving choice for site lighting, roadway, or wall pack applications. The dimensions of this retrofit are 7.76 inches long by 3.76 inches wide. Enjoy the benefits of this high-quality, NON-dimmable LED HID retrofit, backed by a 5 year warranty.
The LED20WPT/180/(XX)KMOG-G7, 20 watt LED HID Retrofit light bulb has been designed to retrofit up to 100 watt Metal Halide or HPS installations, thereby reducing maintenance and energy expenditures in residential, commercial, retail displays, hotel, motel and resort applications and as an energy saving light source for new fixtures and installations. Please NOTE: When retrofitting LED to an HID fixture, the ballast must be by-passed or removed from the fixture. Additionally, by-passing the ballast will insure no RFI interference.