150W Ecobright LED Shoebox
For Standard or High-Demand Lighting Needs
The Ecobright 150W LED shoebox light is a one-to-one replacement for 400W metal halide or high pressure sodium area lights that combines a significantly longer operating life with a significant reduction in power consumption.
For standard outdoor area lighting, you'll find these fixtures ideal for poles of 20 to 30 ft. For higher-demand lighting requirements, whether for security or after-dark customer and employee activity, you’ll get great performance from these fixtures at mounting heights up to 25 ft.
This LED shoebox was built with ease of installation and long-term durability in mind:
- Compact design can be installed by a single person, minimizing install expense
- Rugged, fully sealed die-cast housing protects the light's electronics against harsh weather and environmental contaminants
- Low profile minimizes wind load requirements
Flexible Mounting Options
Because every application is different, we offer a range of mounting hardware options. Choose the appropriate hardware for your installation from the Accessories section when you order your shoebox fixtures.
For 4" and 5" square or round poles
For horizontal steel tenon arms, nominal 2" (2-3/8" OD pipe size)
For building facade, use ½” conduit wiring or J-box mounting
Install the shoebox at an angle, as you would a flood light
|Light Output||20,800 lumens|
|Efficiency (lumens/Watt)||139 lm/w|
|Average Lamp Life||50,000 hours|
|Beam Angle||T3 (pushes light forward)|
|Enclosure Rating||IP65 (Protected against dust and low-pressure jets of water)|
|Input Voltage||120-277 VAC|
|Temperature Rating||-40°F - 113°F|
|Housing Material||Die-cast aluminum with PC|
|Housing Color||Dark bronze|
|Qty in Package||1|
|Dimensions||15.16” x 12.25” x 2.46” without mounting bracket|
|DLC Model #||pending|
Effective Projected Area (EPA) Ratings for Pole Mounting
The low-profile design of our Ecobright shoeboxes means lower EPA values & increased likelihood our fixtures will be suitable for your existing poles. If you're replacing old fixtures and planning to re-use your existing poles, choose a fixture/configuration that is at or lower than your existing fixtures' EPA. If you're installing all new poles, use the EPA values below to aid in selecting the appropriate poles.
2 @ 90°
2 @ 120°
2 @ 180°
3 @ 90°
3 @ 120°