AGC Released Its New HiSpot LED Flood Light for Controlling Light Pollution

Recently, AGC lighting released its newly developed led flood light based on overall market investigation, customers' feedback and the great efforts of its talented engineers' team. This exquisite product has become a star product overnight among its customers because of its elegant appearance, multiple wattage coverage as well as various and perfect photometric Solution. 

Complete series from 40w-240w with three different private tooling (Image: AGC Lighting)
Perfect photometric solution for controlling light pollution and reducing light loss.

Take tennis court and basketball area as an example.

(Image: AGC Lighting)

AGC lighting Co., Ltd focuses on LED industrial lighting and has acquired a stable and rapid development with its unparelled and constant innovative products.Its LED high bay, LED street light,led linear high bay and LED flood light have been widely recognized by universal market.

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