LanLan 50 Watt LED Waterproof Outdoor Security LED Floodlight 90-260 Volt AC, Super Bright White
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- An ideal replacement for regular Floodlight
- Full 50 Watt LED power source
- IP65 Waterproof as an outdoor light
- Easy install
- Replacing 200-300 Watt Halogen
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About the Manufacturer
XtraLED is a leading LED factory located in the far east, established on year 2006. XtraLED has been focusing on loose LED and LED applications from the beginning. This LED Outdoor Floodlight is only one of many LED related products in manufactured, capacity: 3,000 Units per day in year 2012.
EAN Code: 5052778005478
-Dimension: 285nm x 150nm x 234nm
-LED: Newest XtraLED COB Chip on Board LED
-Available Colour: Cool White, Outdoor White, Neutral White, Warm White, Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow(Amber)
-Power: 50 Watts
-Power Input: 90-260 Volt AC
-Warranty: 1 year
What's in the Box
1 x 50 Watt XtraLED Floodlight 90-260 Volt AC
1 x XtraLED Manufacture Warranty Card
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If you go to Ebay, and do a search for "100W White High Power LED Panel 9000LM 100 Watt Lamp Light" you will find the actual LED clusters. Buy these. Only $8, what a deal!
Then go get yourself some high quality thermal heat-sink grease. Remove the old LED cluster, and unsolder the wires. Clean off the old thermal grease. Without the LED in place, screw in the 4 screws to make sure they go all the way in without bottoming out. If they don't, either get shorter screws, or drill and tap deeper holes, and get new screws to match your new thread. Make sure both surfaces, (LED & Light base), are clean and smooth. Spread a thick layer of new thermal grease onto the LED and install with the 4 screws, nice and tight! Clean off excess thermal grease. Solder on the wires, (there is a + & - on the LED cluster), and you are finished. Really not that difficult. Hopefully you did not throw away your bad light fixtures before you read this:)
After the unit had been powered up for 2 hours in an ambient of 25.1 ºC, the ineffective case rear fins rose to 32.3 ºC while the surrounding metal rose to 56.4 ºC. This temperature rise is fine for operational usage, which may account for the good average rating and decent reliability reported. However in a side-by-side comparison with a true 50W unit of the same frontal (reflector) size, shining across my small back yard late one evening, this unit got the thumbs-down from my wife, the ultimate authority on such matters.
This unit cannot be retrofitted merely with a 50W ballast, as it would certainly overheat.
So Why did I buy it... Because I used to be an Air Force Avionics guy. A soldering iron is not foreign to me. Even if I wasn't an electronics guy at some point, desoldering and resoldering wire is not difficult if you have a soldering iron that is worth its weight. It only has 2 leads going to the chip. I can replace a 3-4 dollar chip when it goes. I can also brush/buff the mating surface and clean it with degreaser/alcohol. Some of these things come with paint overspray where the chip lies. you need to buff this to bare metal, then put a high quality cpu grease on it, then mate the chip to the housing using a twisting motion to smooth out the grease to a thin layer, bridging the gap between chip and housing. Once this is done, screw the chip down on 4 corners. Then replace the reflector, protective glass and rim. If you cannot find chips here for a reasonable cost- go to aliexpress d o t c o m and search for led chip 50 watt, and you should find them from anywhere between 3-5 dollars a piece for the led chips with free shipping.
This light is a good start, but when it burns out in a month or two, you will know how to refurb it for next to nothing, or do the refurb (clean the heat sink grease/replace with high quality stuff and clean mating surfaces) when you get it. Otherwise buy a more expensive light with a swap warranty and don't fuss with it yourself.
Update (september 2016): Purchased from: greenlifeus So far no issues both unit are functioning great.
Avoid: westlakeusa both units I got from them failed in less than 1 month..
Update number 2 (Jan 2017): one of the two I bought from greenlifeus just died also. The LED element went out. I am convinced that theses are just not built to last. I have replaced the element with "LOHAS 50W LED Chip Cool White Bulb High Power Lamp Energy Saving Chip" provided by amazon, at almost as much as I paid for the original light. we'll see ho that goes the replacement was easy enough but requires soldering so not for everyone...