Paladin Lighting Your Way

Brighten up your application with work lights from Paladin.  Our line of work lights are manufactured and assembled with a superior light pattern for increased visibility and safety.

Designed with die-cast aluminum housing & impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses, these rugged work lights provide long-lasting durability for tough jobs.

Paladin strives to deliver innovation that keep’s you safe on the road where ever you are.

We are Paladin Lighting Your Way.


LED A light-emitting diode (LED) is a two-lead semiconductor light source.  LEDs have many advantages over incandescent light sources including lower energy consumption, longer lifetime, improved physical robustness, smaller size, and faster switching.  Remain cool or warm to the touch vs. Halogen lights.

Application: LED-based products are poised to replace legacy light sources in virtually all general lighting applications indoors and out while also finding substantial use in many other places ranging from automotive headlamps to life-science applications such as horticulture and maintain a strong presence in backlight and display.

COB LED:  Chip on board LED. COB light source can save about 30% cost in the application.

Application: Currently, the main applications for COB LED are mechanic’s lights, mining lamps, spot lights, and street lights.

Lumens:
Lumens measure the amount of light being put out by the bulb. Lumens are an accurate measurement, because it tells you how the light actually performs, regardless of the source that produced it.

One lumen is approximately equal to the amount of light put out by one birthday candle that’s one foot away from you. To help you get an idea of the lumen scale, a standard 60-watt bulb puts out around 750-850 lumens of light. If you’re choosing bulbs for task lighting, look for bulbs with 1000 lumens or more.

Lumens Per Watt Rating:
Like miles-per-gallon in a car, the lumens-per-watt rating measures how much light that particular bulb produces per watt of power used, which tells you how energy efficient it is. Under this system, when shopping for a light bulb, you should first look for the bulbs that produce the number of lumens you need.

Once you know the right brightness, you can then look at the lumens-per-watt rating to find the bulb that’s most energy efficient. The lumens-per-watt rating is an average, since light bulbs become less efficient as they age.

IP Degree/IP Rating:


The IP Code (or International Protection Rating, sometimes also interpreted as Ingress Protection Rating*) consists of the letters IP followed by two digits and an optional letter. As defined in international standard IEC 60529, it classifies the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects (including body parts like hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water in electrical enclosures. The standard aims to provide users more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof.