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Lithonia Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights: 40-Watt 4000 Lumens (5000K White)

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Amazon has select Lithonia Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights (White) on sale from $24.74. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • QTE 40-Watt 4000 Lumens
    • Knuckle Mount
      • 5000K $24.74
        • Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks.
Home Depot has select Lithonia Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights (White) on sale from $24.74. Select free ship-to-store pickup where available. Otherwise, shipping is free on $45+ orders.
  • Note: Availability for store pickup may vary by location.
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About this product:
  • Die-cast aluminum housing has integral heat sink fins to optimize thermal management
  • Rated for - 40°C to 40°C ambient temperature
  • Tempered glass lens is fully gasketed
  • 5-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty

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    • The QTE 40-Watt 4000 Lumens Knuckle Mount (5000K) is $28.27 off (53% savings) the retail list price of $53.01.
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Lithonia Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights (White) on sale. Shipping is free on orders of $45+.sold/shipped by Amazon has Lithonia Outdoor Integrated LED Flood Lights (White) on sale. Shipping is Free on orders of $25+ or with Prime.Notes
  • Die-cast aluminum housing has integral heat sink fins to optimize thermal management
  • Rated for - 40°C to 40°C ambient temperature
  • Tempered glass lens is fully gasketed
  • 5-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
Price comparison:
  • QTE 40-Watt 4000 Lumens 5000K, Knuckle Mount (QTELEDP250K120THKWH)
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consider beam angle before buying this sort of light around your property
you don't want to put something up that neighbors will object to as you
inadvertently end up shooting a high glare lamp into their windows.
66 Watts * 12 Hours * Cost Per KW / 1000 x 30

Put in your cost per KWH. I've seen KWH as low as $.06 KWH and as high as $0.50 per KWH at the highest tier.

If you are in a state that is $0.06 then it is $1.4256 per month.

If you are in a state that is $0.50 then it is $11.88.
If only all our neighbors thought like this. Flood lights left on all night are super annoying, have to buy blackout shades to deal with.

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Added Amazon -- limited qty. Happy Shopping!
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consider beam angle before buying this sort of light around your property
you don't want to put something up that neighbors will object to as you
inadvertently end up shooting a high glare lamp into their windows.
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Quote from rsvpd :
Added Amazon -- limited qty. Happy Shopping!
66W and 5000k color does not lead to same product on both sites. It shows 40W, 500Ok instead.
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consider beam angle before buying this sort of light around your property
you don't want to put something up that neighbors will object to as you
inadvertently end up shooting a high glare lamp into their windows.
If only all our neighbors thought like this. Flood lights left on all night are super annoying, have to buy blackout shades to deal with.
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Now I can blind my neighbor like cars with LED blinding me at night. Yay!😆
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Too bad no built in motion or dusk/dawn light sensors.
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Not dimmable
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4000 lumens lmao. No wonder they're on sale. Who would use this for landscape lighting outside of gigantic buildings?
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Quote from Madad33 :
If only all our neighbors thought like this. Flood lights left on all night are super annoying, have to buy blackout shades to deal with.
...or a pellet gun.
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consider beam angle before buying this sort of light around your property
you don't want to put something up that neighbors will object to as you
inadvertently end up shooting a high glare lamp into their windows.
My neighbor has a similar flood light. Fortunately it is facing the rear of his backyard. If course the people behind him might not like constant day light.
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I have 2 of the 66 watt knuckle mount on the back corners of my house facing my .3 acre yard. damn does it light it up well. You can see the corners of the yard even with tree coverage at night. I'm going on 4 years with these lights, an excellent purchase. I thought about purchasing a RAB which was triple the price. Glad I didn't, these are awesome
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in for 66-Watt 6750 Lumens.
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Anyone know if these are actually 12v cell leds or running the full 110
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