Floodlights direct a beam of light to highlight a specified area or location, usually as bright as daylight, and draw attention to it. They can provide a broad range of light, such as street lights or stadium lights, or they can produce narrower beams, such as stage or performance lights.
LED flood lights can save up to 60% more energy than metal halide flood lights. LED floodlights work reliably in cold temperatures (down to -20°C in most cases). They are shock and vibration resistant. Because of their lengthy lifespan, they are an ideal choice for locations that are difficult to reach with traditional technologies.