CFL Flood Lights have a very impressive light output to watt ratio, making them much more energy efficient than their halogen competitors. We have a wide range of stock when it comes to CFL flood lights, with many variations in specifications that you should consider when finding the right bulb for you. With many different wattages, sizes, beam spreads and color temperatures, we are confident you will find the right product for your needs.
The Different Types of CFL Floods
R20 CFL Floods come in a range of beam angles and have a soft curved edge, and like all CFL Flood Lights they are very energy efficient and have a great lumen to watt ratio. The R20 is the smallest of the R Type flood lights, with a typical diameter of 2.5 inches and up to 4 inches in length.
Just like the R20, the R30 comes in a range of wattages and beam spreads. The R30 is larger than R20, at roughly 3.75 inches in diameter and 5.5 inches in length.
The R40 is the largest R type flood light and usually has a diameter of 5 inches and a length of 7 inches.
PAR30 bulbs are used as more precise directional spotlights, and come with a range of beam spreads and wattages. They usually have a diameter of 3.5 - 4 inches and a length up to 5.5 inches.
The PAR38 bulbs are exactly the same as the PAR30 but just a bit larger, with a diameter between 4.5 and 5 inches and a length up to 6 inches.
This should help better explain our selection of CFL Flood Lights, but as always if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to get in contact with us. Our team of trained experts are waiting to give you any assistance you need.