swimming pool light

Description of swimming pool lighting :

When it comes to swimming pool lighting, you may first think of underwater lighting, but our LED floodlights are ceiling lighting fixtures that illuminate the water area to ensure that swimmers can clearly see what is in front of them.

Outdoor swimming pool lighting can be used for ordinary floodlights, maintenance is also routine maintenance; but indoor swimming pools are different, because the indoor environment is high temperature, humidity, and chemical corrosion, the lamps should be able to adapt to this unfavorable environment, maintenance work is different outdoor.

So when necessary, you can choose between direct lighting and underwater lighting. When installing direct lighting in the ceiling area, the lighting should be waterproof and framed type LED flood lights, etc., in consideration of safety and service life. Try to avoid the choice of fragile T5 bracket tubes to avoid falling into the pool after breaking.

Parameter of Swimming Pool Lighting:

Ultria Genius  Genius Ⅱ

Model of 400W led flood light

Beam Angle 40° 60° 120° 140°
Stable Flux(5700K after 1 hour) 52000lm
Dimension 474X388X982mm
Power Consumption  LEDs 360W
Power Supply   40W
Total 400W
Replace HID Lamp 800~1000W
Net Weight 30kg (66lbs)
Color Temperature 5700K (2700~6500K available on request)
Color Rendering Ra75(Ra80,Ra90 available on request)
Working Life 50000Hrs
Housing Material Aluminum & Powder coating
Coating Zinc Rich Paint
IP Class IP 67 
Insulation Class Class I
Working Temperature -40C ~ 60C / -40F ~ 140F
Working Humidity 10% – 95%
AC Input 80~315Vac, (347Vac available on request)
THD <10%
Power Factor 0.98
5 years

Why choose our swimming pool lighting?

  • One of the most important reasons for pool lighting is that it makes your swimming pool safer after dark. This enables you to get more enjoyment out of yourpool for longer in the evenings, and also makes surethe pool is a safe environment for children at all times.
  • Brighter Lights

Visible light produced by a bulb is measured in lumens. Folks who design lighting for a living get pretty nerdy about the nitty-gritty of how lumens affect perceived brightness, or how bright a specific light appears to the naked eye.

But for those of us outside the lab, the lumens produced by a light source can be roughly equated to the familiar standards for old-school incandescent lamps.

That 100-watt light bulb throws between 1,400 and 1,750 lumens, while a smaller, dimmer 40-watt bulb produces only 450 lumens. An LED pool light that throws the same 1,400–1,750 lumens as our friend the 100-watt incandescent bulb may use only 14–20 watts. Some LED lights can even provide as much as 5,400 lumens.

  • Less Energy and Heat

Because of the lower wattage, an LED pool light uses a fraction of the power of a comparable incandescent bulb.

The lower energy use per bulb and built-in heat sinks produce brighter light than might be safely possible with incandescents. A 30-watt LED pool light can produce the same brightness as a 200-watt incandescent bulb, without the high energy usage or the potentially dangerous heat.

  • Lower Usage Costs

Owning a pool can cost you a pretty penny. In 2018, in the United States, pool maintenance cost an average of $190 per month. Why not save money every way you can?

Thanks to a much lower average wattage, an LED pool light costs only pennies a day to operate, while an incandescent bulb can cost up to $1 a day. Think of each LED pool light as an investment. You’ll likely pay a bit more up front, but you’ll quickly recoup what you spend thanks to the energy savings.

Don’t miss out on even more savings from rebates, either. Depending on where you live, your local or state government might offer cash rebates for upgrading to energy-efficient lighting. Check with your local utility.

  • Maintainess for free

We provide free maintainess for you during the warranty period. If your led flood light is broken, we can send you some accessory for free.


indoor swimming pool lighting
indoor swimming pool lighting

Recommend Reading:

What are the lux levels of swimming pool lighting?

In most cases, the basic installation calls for a minimum of 200 lux over the surface of the pool, both during the day and at night. Generally 300 lux light level is sufficient in swimming pools. In case of competitions; 500 lux or more lighting level may be required.

How to Light Up an Indoor Swimming Pool Lighting?

The indoor swimming pool lighting system is often limited by building and structure, the electrical lighting in the indoor swimming pool can only supplement of natural lighting, when the inadequacy of natural lighting and natural lighting, electric lighting for athletes, staff, referees, and audience to provide the best conditions to view.

What Is The Necessary LUX Level For Indoor Swimming Pool Lighting?

It is recommended that maximum use of natural light is used. Circulation, plant rooms and changing areas require a uniform 100 Lux .Water areas require a uniform 200 Lux. Lower levels are permitted but with increased supervision

What are the lighting requirements of indoor swimming pool lighting?

In accordance with the requirements of the International Commission on Illumination CIE, in principle, swimming pool lighting should use a high color rendering source. At the same time, due to the large number of lamps, taking into account the energy-saving requirements, try to use high-efficiency, long-life light source.

LED flood light for indoor or outdoor swimming pool

Indoor swimming pool usually consider the maintenance of lamps and lanterns, generally do not decorate the water above the surface, but the water above the special repair channel except.

How to Design a Perfect Swimming Pool Lighting?

Using cooler light, starting from 4000K, the pool deck will be highlighted to illuminate a healthy and clean environment. Usually on the swimming pool deck and spa, LED swimming pool lights creates no dazzling effects and a luxurious environment. LEDs are the best choice for lighting in a gym or fitness center.

3 ways to light a swimming pool

At the risk of stating the obvious, pools are constantly damp and wet. Even in the best air-conditioned pool, the luminaires must resist high humidity and temperatures. Unless the luminaires are very high up, they will be splashed. You’ll need products rated IP67 or more.

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