LED Post Top Light – 100W


The LS Series post top light LED luminaire has a beautiful low profile design intended for commercial, healthcare, office and residential applications.  LED driver and thermal management. High performance illumination rated for 50,000 hours.  Ideal for replacing 120-450W metal halide with typical energy savings of 80%.


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  • Philips 3030 LEDS
  • Certificates: ETL, cETL
  • Voltage: 100-277V
  • LED driver and thermal management
  • 130 LM/W efficacy
  • Light distribution 900 x 1400
  • Color temperature: 5000K
  • CRI: >80Ra


Nominal Wattage 100W
Lumens 13000
LED Lifetime 50,000 Hours
Color Temperature 5000K
Power Factor 0.9
Temperature Range (-)300C to (+)600C
Chipset Philips 3030
Certifications ETL, cETL
DLC Listed Yes
HID Equivalent 200-300W
Efficacy 130 Lm/W
Color True White
Operating Voltage AC 100-277V
CRI >80Ra
Dimmable NO
Optical Control Optional
Warranty 5 Years

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Knowledge Base

What is post top lighting?

Post top lighting is a term to describe the outdoor lighting that is commonly mounted on poles and located in roadways, pathways, parking lots, and commercial and educational campuses.

How tall is a commercial light pole?

Starting at 15 feet and ending at 25 feet to accommodate a range of parking lot sizes, all of the light poles shown have been manufactured with the highest standards of quality and durability.

What are those pole lights called?

A street light, light pole, lamp pole, lamppost, street lamp, light standard, or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road or path. Similar lights may be found on a railway platform.

How many lumens should parking lot lights be?

If you want the light to cover 15 to 20 feet it is best to look for 16000 to 20000 lumens. On the other hand, if you want to cover 20 to 30 feet, 40,000 lumen light is an ideal choice.

What wattage are parking lot lights?

The average wattages for LED parking lights range from 65 to 400 watts, while HID (large fluorescent lamps traditionally found in parking lots) range from 400 to 1000 watts. This could result in thousands of dollars in electric savings by switching to LED street lighting.

How long do LED parking lights Last?

The initial outlay for LED parking lot lights will be more, especially if you retrofit old fixtures. But this cost is well worth it. Consider that LED lights typically last 100,000 hours, meaning it will be 5 to 25 years before you’ll have to replace them.

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