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What are LED Cobra Head Lights?

LED Cobra head light fixtures are outdoor pole-mounted light fixtures and used to illuminate roads and used in street lighting, residential streets and major roadways.

You can also use them to light parking areas and for security / perimeter lighting applications. They provide exceptional illumination using precision engineered optics to provide T3 and T5 light patterns (the most common).

What are the advantages of using LED Cobra Head Lights over traditional light sources (like High Pressure Sodium)?

There are many advantages using LED Lights over HID Light Sources like High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide.

Energy efficiency: LED Lights use up to 50%-80% less energy than traditional lighting sources. They will lower your lighting bills. When used with motion sensors that can turn off lights when there’s no activity, energy reduction is even better.

Long Lifespan: LED Cobra Head Lights can last up to 100,000 hours. This means you won’t be changing bulbs or ballasts like you had to do with HID light sources. And even better, LEDs maintain their lumen brightness for long periods of time.

Better light quality: LED Lights are high quality (CRI) light sources. They provide a bright, high quality light that illuminates the street and objects (like cars) below. And when you ask us to do a lighting plan, we can ensure the lighting is balanced and uniform. When comparing LED with other sources, like High Pressure Sodium, there is no comparison.

Are Cobra Head LED Lighting suitable for outdoor lighting applications (besides roadway lighting)?

You can use LED Cobra Head Lights for many outdoor lighting applications. These include:

Roadways, streets and highways: LED Lights will provide bright, balanced lighting. It will improve driver visibility and provide a safe environment for pedestrians.

Parking Lots: Typically, you will find shoebox lights in parking lots. The second most common type of lighting is LED Cobra Head Lights. They provide the same type of lighting and light distribution. The only real difference is style of light.

Industrial and Commercial Outdoor Areas: LED Lights can be used to light up outdoor industrial and commercial areas. You can use them for general lighting, security lighting and perimeter lighting for commercial and industrial complexes.

How do I choose the right Cobra Head LED Fixtures for my application?

First, you don’t have to guess. By creating a lighting plan, the best cobra head lighting solution will be presented.

Several factors go into choosing the right light, even when creating a lighting plan. These include:

Light output: Lumens is the measurement of light produced by the fixture. Select a light with sufficient lumen output to provide / meet the foot candle requirements you’re looking for.

Color temperature: LED Lights are available in a range of color temperatures. The most common are 3000K to 5700K, with the most popular being 5000K and 4000K.

These color temperatures are also referred to as cool white and white light. These LED roadway lighting fixtures are perfect to replace the yellow light of high pressure sodium lights.

Mounting height: The height of the fixture on the pole will affect the distribution and uniformity of light. Higher mounting usually translates to better light distribution.

The two most popular beam angles are Type 3 and Type 5. Type 3 are a real good choice for roadway lighting.

Energy efficiency: LED Cobra Head Lights are produce a lot of light for energy consumed when compared to other HID light sources. A metal halide bulb produces around 80 lumens per watt (consumed), where as LED can produce upwards of 200 lumens per watt. The higher this ratio, the less energy will be needed to produce light.

Can I dim a LED Cobra Head Light?

Yes. This means they work well with motion sensors that can dim the light to lesser light levels when no activity is detected.

Dimming can help to reduce energy consumption and will also extend the life of the fixture.

These fixtures also work well with photocells.