VOLT® Lighting releases new line of LED floodlights and spotlights for outdoor landscape lighting applications

VOLT® Lighting introduced a new line of LED floodlights and spotlights ideal for commercial and municipal properties.

Image credit: www.landscapelightingworld.com
Image credit: www.landscapelightingworld.com

The company’s Communication Director Steve Parrott said that unlike the majority of their landscape lighting products, these new lights accept 120V to 277V.

“VOLT has come to dominate the low voltage landscape lighting market. The bulk of our customers prefer low voltage because of its ease of installation and safety,” he said.

“Our focus has never been on those who primarily work on commercial and municipal properties – venues that require higher voltage products. We now have the bandwidth to develop and launch these commercial products and to focus on customers in that market.”

He said that commercial lighting professionals struggle to find affordably priced and quality products for commercial buildings, paving the way for VOLT to offer their streamlined approach to product development and delivery.

“With the introduction of this new line, we can fill the ongoing need for affordably-priced 120-277V LED lights to replace existing fixtures, and to supply these same lights for new installations,” he added.

“We will continue to expand the new line using the same high-quality standards we apply to our low voltage products.”

According to the press release on the PR Web, the new LED lights include two distinct styles – floodlights and spotlights.

“Floodlights are recognisable for their rectangular shapes and wide faceplates. These lights project beams that cover wide regions. Such lights are ideal for illuminating walls, groups of trees and bushes, and entrance signs,” it says in the press release.

The second style is spotlights (also known as directional lights or bullets) which have narrower beams that can be precisely aimed.

“This makes them ideal for illuminating isolated or smaller objects such as smaller trees, statues, or smaller signs. Spotlights are also used to illuminate walls and larger signs, but the appearance of the illumination is more focused than with floodlights,” reads the press release.

“The biggest advantage with spotlights is that their light is more efficiently directed where it’s needed. In some cases, floodlights waste light energy because their light spills over to regions not intended for lighting.”

The new VOLT® floodlights and spotlights come in several models of line voltage and vary in size, brightness, and finish.

According to the company, they are all UL listed and include optional accessories for mounting and glare control. The light source in all models are high-performance CREE® LEDs with a predicted life of 60,000 hours and a consistent natural white colour temperature of 4000K.

VOLT 120-277V floodlights and spotlights are only available online through http://www.voltlighting.com.

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