Induction Surface Mount and Flood Light Luminaires are ideal for indoor and outdoor industrial lighting applications. Induction technology is a fluorescent lighting method using a generator to send high-frequency waves into the lamp to induce the phosphors of the lamp to glow, emitting UV radiation that, in turn, is converted into visible white light by the phosphor coating on the bulb. The generator produces a radio frequency magnetic field to excite the mercury. With no electrodes the lamp lasts longer -- up to 100,000 hours -- with the lamp producing 70% of its original light output at 60,000 hours. Available in 40- and 80-Watt models, the fixtures are constructed with a fabricated aluminum body and a shatter- and UV-resistant polycarbonate lens that are sealed to prevent dirt ingress and bugs. Designed for mounting to electrical boxes or directly to surfaces in canopies and covered walkways, the fixtures offer high intensity, high temperature and a UV-resistant PC cover while using a circular-shaped induction light source.