In-Ground Well Lights
LED Ready Landscape Well Light With Glare Shield - Fixture OnlyShowHide specs
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- 12-24 VDC
- LED Bulb Type
Correlated Color Temperature is the hue, or tint of white to expect from a light source and is measured in kelvin. Lower numbers give off a warmer white that is closer to candle light, and is good for relaxed and cozy spaces. Higher numbers give off a cooler white light that will appear more blueish. While values to the middle of the spectrum give off a more neutral or natural white light that is similar to daylight. Natural and cool white are considered ideal for task lighting.
LED Ready fixtures are ready to receive a LED tube or bulb that matches the socket, shape, size, and other requirements of the light fixture. A more classical style of lighting where the fixture and bulb are separate, and you insert a bulb of your choice into the fixture for light.
Integrated LED fixtures come preassembled with LED arrays built in and ready to use right out of the box. Gives improved durability, and longer lifespans before replacement. Tradeoff is that bulbs can't be swapped to vary brightness or color output of the light as you see fit.
GLUX-x1W-U120G-LUX LED Flat Top In-Grade Well Light - 2 WattShowHide specs
- 12V AC/DC
- LED Bulb Type
- Integrated LED
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What are well-lights and how are they used?
Well-lights are discreet recessed light fixtures used for outdoor lighting. You can install well-lights in the ground, concrete, or underwater depending on the type of fixture and lighting application.
Use well-lights for uplighting to highlight various features such as trees, flag poles, gazebos, pillars, posts, and mailboxes. These lights are also suited for wall wash, path lighting, and lighting water features such as fountains and koi ponds in the case of waterproof well-lights.
How bright does my well-light need to be?
Depending on the application, your white LED well light should be between 200 and 800 lumens. Typically 400 lumens will be more than enough for landscape lighting. Use LED smart lighting to customize the brightness for a perfect fit.
Many LED smart lights offer wireless control for RGB + tunable white. These features allow for a striking lighting design that you can change to suit your needs for seasonal events.
Lumens measure light wavelengths of the visible spectrum. White light has multiple wavelengths, while single colors (RGB) are single-wavelength. RGB strips have a lower lumen reading but will appear as bright as a white version of the same strip.
Do LED landscape lights work well in cold weather?
Yes! LED landscape lights work well in cold weather and have improved operation at low temperatures, with an ambient operating temperature down to around -4° Fahrenheit. Studies have shown that operating in cold temperatures, LEDs have a higher output and increased longevity of the LED and driver. A type of solid-state lighting, LEDs require no warmup time and are less susceptible to damage from extreme shifts in temperature compared to fluorescent halogen bulbs.
Where should I place my well-lights?
Center well-lights with the objects to be illuminated and evenly spaced. Also known as recessed in-grade fixtures, well lights are installed in the ground flush with the grade so that only the cap or bezel sits above the surface. These guidelines are applicable when installed in concrete, soil, or mulch beds.
Why should I switch to LED well-lights?
There are many benefits to switching to LED well lights from halogen bulbs.
Whether investing in new landscape lighting or replacing your existing lights, LED well lights offer excellent longevity compared to conventional bulbs. LEDs typically last tens of thousands of hours.
While the initial investment for LED well lights is slightly higher, the net benefit is significant. LEDs use approximately 85% less energy than an equivalent halogen bulb, saving you money on bulb replacement and energy costs.
With options for LED-ready drop-in fixtures and smart bulbs, LED well lights give you a wide range of choices for lighting customization, from a different white CCT bulb to RGB+tunable white CCT with wireless control of brightness, saturation, and color.