● Same caliber as traditional PAR56 lamp, fully compatible with PAR56 swimming pool lamps;
● Plastic shell, ultra-thin Anti-uv pc face cover;
● VDE standard rubber wire, the standard outlet length is 1.5 meters;
● IP68 structure waterproof design;
● RGBW four-way control design, general RGBW line external controller, using DC12V power input;
● SMD5050-RGBW high-brightness LED, color: red, green, blue and white (4 in 1);
● White light: default 3000K, 6500K optional;
● The light-emitting angle is 120°;
● Warranty for 2 years.
SMD5050-RGBW high bright LED
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.