LED Streetlights

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LED High Power street lights are a revolutionary new product that adapts the energy efficiency of LED's to a broad application. Streetlights are everywhere, and if replaced with the LED High Power streetlight, significant energy savings could be produced on a large scale.

The fixture casing are constructed of die-cast aluminum which is coated with a specialized power coating treatment that results in a durable long lasting finish that is self-cleaning in nature.

Easily adaptable to existing street lamp poles and existing electrical systems, the LED High Power streetlight can be implemented on any scale.  Solar powered systems are also available for areas where there is ample sunshine to harness, store and use. Intelligent systems enable automatic self-switching between stored solar energy use and direct electrical connection depending on the battery level.  The LED High Power streetlights are designed for any application where traditional streetlights are being used.

LED Flood Light

LED Flood Light for Parking Lots

LED flood lights use high efficacy LEDs (80+ lm/W) and  Meanwell drivers. They are available in 30 watts, 50 watts, 75 watts, 100 watts and 150 watts.

Single Head streetlights

Double Head streetlights

Why LED Streetlights?
Specification Comparison Example

Item No.

90 LED Streetlight

250W High Pressure Mercury Lamp

Light source quantity

1W LED/90Pcs

(Osram) HQL 250w/1Pcs

Luminous flux of single light source

50 lm x 90

13000 lm

Luminous flux of whole lighting fixture

3030 lm

4104 lm

Beam angle (degrees)

120 degrees

150 degrees

Color temperature



Central luminance

15 ~ 16Lux/7m

15 ~ 16Lux/7m

Output total power



Power consumption per year

442 kwh/year

1068 kwh/year


100,000 hrs

15,000 hrs

LED Configurations

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A close-up of the 30 LED
Single Head fixture

30 LED Head

90 LED Head

60 LED Head

120 LED Head

Streetlight Configurations

Comparative Classification

LED Streetlight

Equal to:

High Pressure Mercury Lamp

30 LED Streetlight


HQL 80w HP Mercury Lamp

60 LED Streetlight


HQL 175w HP Mercury Lamp

90 LED Streetlight


HQL 250w HP Mercury Lamp

120 LED Streetlight


HQL 400w HP Mercury Lamp

 Single Head

 Double Head

LED Flood Light

LED Flood Light for Parking Lots

The LED Flood Light is an environmentally preferable,  cost-effective, maintenance-free alternative to traditional HID lighting.
It is built with high efficacy LEDs (80+ lm/W) and Meanwell drivers. They are available in 30 watts, 50 watts, 75 watts, 100 watts and 150 watts.
With superior 60%+ energy savings, compared  to a metal halide lamp, the flood light provides up to a superlative  luminous flux of 12000 lm and only consumes approximate 150 watts.
The LED Flood Lights are widely used to illuminate facades, landscapes, parking areas and displays in  hospitality, public places, office buildings, shopping plazas,  apartment complexes and schools etc.

Input Voltage: 100-277 VAC
Power Consumption: 30W, 50W, 75W, 100W, 150W
Lumens: 2600 lm, 4300 lm, 6800 lm, 8500 lm, 12000 lm
Luminous Efficacy: Typ. 80+ lm/W
CCT: 5000 K
Color Accuracy: CRI>70
PF>0.92/ THD<20%
IP Rating: IP65

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    Del Lighting, Inc.
    5331 Brewster
    San Antonio, TX  78233

    (210) 590-5196  FAX: (210) 590-4957

Updated 02/19/15