DC 12V IP67 Waterproof LED Whirlwind Buried Lights Side Lamp For
LED Garden Spot Light is also called led garden spike light, led
landscape lights, led ground flood light, led ground spike light,
led spike spot light, led landscape spike light, led landscape spot
lights, led garden spotlights, led garden landscape spot lights
All of them with with Cree high power led. The landscape light
Working Voltage: DC12/24V, AC110V or 220V, Constant current driver,
No flash, fast response to achieve over-current,use of safty. RGB
DMX512(1990 standard) and RDM system. No glue to seal the light,
IP67 waterproof structure. Easy maintain and replace freely.
To make sure of high quality for the led garden spike light, we use
CREE LED and rubble cable.
MF-3WQ1.pdf More details, please click to the data sheet.
|LED Whirlwind Buried Lights|
|Product Code :||MF-3WX3/X4/X5|
|Luminous flux :||235Lm|
|CRI :||> 80Ra|
|LED Brand:||CREE-XBD LED|
|Two colors are available:||silver, black,conventional silver|
|Three kinds of light-emitting port optional:||X3 X4 X5|
|Color temperature optional:||warm white (2700-3000K), neutral white (4000-4500K), cool white
|Other light color optional:||red, green and blue|
|Light body material:||6063 aluminum|
When is The Pool Water Temperature Too Hot?
The 2012 London Olympic pool raised some questions when the summer
heat caused the temperature inside to reach a sweltering 90 degrees
When asked about the heat, the British and U.S. teams just
“shrugged off” the worries. Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, and Tyler
Clary took the slight temperature shift in stride. For speed
swimming, slightly warmer temperatures are optimal.
Olympic racing and FINA events mandate a water temperature between
77 – 82 degrees (25 – 28°C), whereas synchronized swimming requires
an 81-degree (give or take a degree) pool.
For diving, they set the pool water temperature to a moderate 79
When pool temperatures are warmer, it allows the athletes’ bodies
to perform at maximum endurance without causing shocks to your
system, although too warm can prove dangerous. If the water
temperature is too hot, the trapping of body heat can cause muscle
spasms, which in turn can be fatal as the swimmer doesn’t always
realize this over-exertion is occurring.
In 2010, the world learned a painful lesson when U.S. National team
swimmer Fran Crippen died because the water was too hot.
Officially, the water was 84 degrees (29°C), but many swimmers said
it felt more like 86 (30°C), and many complained of swollen limbs
and disorientation. Three went to the hospital.
Dr. Michael Bergeron, a heat/hydration expert, told CBS news that,
just like other sports, the temperature surrounding a swimmer has a
lot to do with body heat dispersion. Although the medical field has
done quite a bit of research on cold-water exertion limits, we
still don’t have good information the impact that hot water has on
Product Details : IP67 LED garden underwater lights
Details Specification : LED Whirlwind Buried Lights
Use the Installation Method :
Roads, squares, sidewalks, gardens, ladder, corner and other
outdoor places ...