DC12V pool underwater light swimming pool supplies rgb led underwater light
par56 pool light Features:
● Same diameter with the traditional PAR56,can totally match various PAR56 niches
● Nylon+fiber back cover,Anti-UV PC cover
● VDE standard rubber thread with the length:1.5M
● IP68 structure waterproof
● RGB 3 channels electric design, common external controller , DC12V input power supply
● SMD5050-RGB high bright LED
● Beam angle :120°
● 2 years warranty
-New underwater lights
-New Fountain Lights
-LED underground lights
-UL LISTED (US and CANADA)
|LED||LED chip||SMD5050-RGBhigh bright LED|
ESTABLISHED IN 2006,BAO’AN,SHENZHEN
Established in Shenzhen ,near to Shenzhen Airport and HongKong
-Glass PAR56 pool lights
-aluminum PAR56 pool lights
-wall mounted swimming pool lights
GLUE FILLED WATERPROOF
-RGB 100% SYNCHRONOUS CONTROLLER
-ABS material PAR56
-Stainless steel PAR56
-Die casting aluminum PAR56
-Surface mounted led pool lights
STRUCTURE WATERPROOF TECHNOLOTY
-Flat ABS PAR56 pool lights
-LED fountain lights
-LED underwater lights
-Wall mounted lights for concrete pool
-Wall mounted lights for vinyl pool
-Wall mounted lights for fiberglass pool
-2 wires DMX control system
par56 led pool light All passed 30 steps quality control , 100% waterproof at 10m depth,
8 hours LED agening test,100% inspection before deliver.
Where should pool lights be placed?
Where you place your pool lights will depend on the type of swimming pool that you have,
its shape and also the type of lights that you’re installing. Placing pool lights at an equal
distance from one another should ensure an even distribution of light across the water.
If your pool is curved then you may need to take into account the beam spread of the light
and the angle with which the light will be projected.
What are the best swimming pool lights?
The best swimming pool lights balance a long lifespan with powerful lighting. You may find
that the best swimming pool light for your needs will depend on the type of pool that you own.
For example, RGB Above Ground Pool lights are specifically designed for above ground pools,
requiring no tools and minimal setup time.
How many lights do I need in my pool?
The number of lights you need for your pool will depend on the lighting design that you’re going for,
the size of your pool, as well as its shape. If you’re using your swimming pool predominantly for
fitness you may only want to install a few lights on the sides. Meanwhile, family-friendly swimming
pools will have much more lighting, in order to ensure safety when entering and leaving the pool at night.
Are LED pool lights worth it?
LED pool lights cost more than halogen or incandescent lights. However, most LED bulbs have
an expected lifespan of 30,000 hours, making them a worthwhile investment, especially when
you consider that incandescent lights usually last only 5,000 hours. Best of all, LED lights use
a fraction of the energy compared to incandescent lights, so they’ll save you money in the long term.
How do I change the LED light in my pool?
Change the LED light in your pool by first ensuring that the power is disconnected to your lighting
system. Turn the power off from the mains and double-check by using the light switches. Unscrew
the light fitting, remove it from the pool wall and pull the fitting out of the water onto the surround.
Remove the cover of the light fitting and replace the light bulb. Refit the cover and ensure that it is
watertight before fitting back onto your pool.
Do pool lights use a lot of electricity?
The amount of electricity that your pool lights use will depend on their wattage. For example, a
300W incandescent light used for 8 hours a day, 365 days a year will consume 876 kWh. Whereas
a 40W LED light used for the same time will only consume 116.8 kWh.