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E-HC1H151Z | e-conolight

150W HPS | 15,000 Lumens Floodlight | Dark Bronze

$35.09
Reg. $51.99
SKU: E-HC1H151Z
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Overview

150-watt HPS Floodlight with 15,000 lumens. Dark Bronze, UL Listed, 1-year limited warranty, free shipping over $500.

Features

  • Sturdy die-cast aluminum housing and lens frame, with dark-bronze polyester powder-coat finish
  • Tempered-glass lens is thermal, shock and impact resistant
  • 1/2" NPS die-cast swivel fitter
  • Anodized aluminum reflector
  • UL Listed for wet locations
  • Notice:

    Fluorescent and some high intensity discharge (HID) lamps contain mercury, a hazardous substance regulated by Federal and State laws. Lamps that contain mercury will be marked with a circled "Hg" and “Contains Mercury”. These lamps must be recycled or disposed in accordance with local, state or federal law. For more information visit www.lamprecycle.com. If you are not the end user of these lamps you may be required by law to inform the purchaser that these lamps contain mercury and must be properly disposed or recycled. Check your State and Local laws for compliance.

    Recommended Use

  • Building facades
  • Displays
  • Signage
  • Security
  • Storage area lighting
  • Typical mounting height

    8 to 20 feet
    LIGHT OUTPUT
    15000
    POWER CONSUMPTION
    150W
    COLOR ACCURACY
    22 CRI
    DIMENSIONS
    6-1/4" x 9-1/8" x 6-1/8"
    SHIPPING WEIGHT (LBS.)
    6.56
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    150W HPS | 15,000 Lumens Floodlight | Dark Bronze is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent HPS floodlight for the money Purchased 2 of these fixtures to light my front and back yard. Mounted them at approximately 15' and covers a large area. They're good fixtures except the fitter thread casting is a little weak, ended up stripping one of them but made it work in the end. Good HPS fixture, hard to beat the high lumen output of a HPS lamp.
    Date published: 2013-11-20
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    will a Honda 1000 generator run 6 of these lights?

    Asked by: texas1990
    Here’s the ballast information to help determine if 6 fixtures on a Honda 1000 generator is acceptable. System wattage is 170W, starting amps 4.5, operating amps 3.3. If additional assistance is needed, please contact customer service at 888-243-9445 to speak with one of our application engineers, or contact your local electrician.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-10-19

    does the light have a positive and negative running off it? also can I run it to a 120 volt or 12 volt system?

    Asked by: chicken run77
    The fixture has a hot and common lead, 120V only.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-08-22

    how long and what size wire are the 3 coming from the fixture?

    Asked by: chicken run77
    The leads exiting the base of the ½” fitter are approximately 6” long and are 18 AWG.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-08-22

    What is the color temperature kelvin

    Asked by: King757
    This fixture's lamp is 2100K. Additional information can be found on the spec sheet: www.e-conolight.com/pdf/SpecSheets/HP150M.PDF
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-05-05

    What UF  capacitor is recommended for this light cause I'm going to be running them with my generator? 

    Asked by: back water man
    The recommended UF capacitor is 55UF, 250V for this fixture.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-05-04

    Are the ballasts included with these light digital and provide instant on or are these an older style that need to warm up before providing full light output?

    Asked by: PaulP
    This fixture features an included 120V Reactor Ballast NPF and needs to warm up before fully functioning.
    Answered by: Lauren P
    Date published: 2016-05-02

    What is the total starting and running amperage drawn by these lights?

    Asked by: MDeeeee
    The fixture’s draw is specific to the voltage used. Please refer to the Ballast Line Current Data (https://www.e-conolight.com/pdf/BALLAST%20DATA.pdf).
    Answered by: Ashley H
    Date published: 2016-04-22

    I have 10 of these on a bowfishing boat they work great, but I busted one recently and need new glass and the frame that goes around the glass for one light. Can I get replacement parts? How do I get them.

    Asked by: Tyler32
    Unfortunately, we do not currently offer replacement lenses for this fixture.
    Answered by: Ashley H
    Date published: 2016-04-19
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