LED Floodlights


Depending on the lighting you want to achieve, you can get perfect results with symmetrical or asymmetrical light distribution. The difference is that when mounted at the same angle a luminaire with asymmetrical light distribution will focus the light further into the room than a luminaire with symmetrical light distribution.

Floodlight symmetrical und asymmetrical

LED Floodlights. Appealing. Distinct. Functional.

LEDVANCE Floodlight

Benefits for your projects

The LEDVANCE LED Floodlights are suitable replacements for floodlight luminaires with halogen lamps (up to 1500W) with an energy savings potential of up to 90% compared to the conventional light technology. They are waterproof (IP65) and have a shock resistance of IK07 (20/50 W) or IK08 (100/150/200 W).

The LED Outdoor luminaires have a housing made of aluminum (100/150/200 W) or plastic (PC; 20/50 W). They are characterized by a very homogenous light distribution, a tempered glass cover to reduce glare and their weight and size optimized design. Accessories: a cable with 1,000 mm length. The LED Floodlights come with a guarantee of up to five years.

Benefit highlights

  • Replacement for floodlights with halogen lamps (up to 1,500 W)
  • Energy savings of up to 90%
  • Optimized weight and size due to compact design
  • Very homogenous light
  • Tempered glass cover to reduce glare
  • Versions with sensor or asymmetrical beam angle available

Recommended applications

  • Residential areas and courtyards
  • Building facades and security
  • Parking lots

Savings in energy and costs over the entire lifetime*

ComparisonEnergy consumptionCosts
Traditional equivalent
e. g. 400W HAL, HALOLINE SST 400W 230V R7S
LEDVANCE Floodlight
e. g. Floodlight LED 50W/3000K White IP65

* Savings calculated based on lifetime of LEDVANCE LED luminaires including purchase price, maintenance and installation costs as well as energy costs of 0.12 EUR/kWh. Calculation of CO2 savings based on European electricity mix and 400 g CO2/kWh. Payback period assumes 7 hours of operation per day and 260 days per year.