Pool Lights

Illuminate the Night with Radiant Pool Lights

Pool and Spa Lighting

Pool lights not only provide illumination for safe swims at night, they also contribute to your overall backyard aesthetic — accentuating the beauty of your pool design and enhancing your backyard experience.

Why Choose Jandy?

With a variety of choices, from vibrant hues and white color temperatures to an assortment of sizes and energy-efficient styles — Jandy offers the best pool lights to suit any type of pool. Designed with the latest innovations and advanced energy-saving technologies, our selection of inground pool and spa lights not only provide safety, but allow you to customize the aesthetic experience to your taste.

  • Energy-Efficient Operation
  • Innovative Technology
  • Reliable Performance
  • More Options

Cool By Design

Why choose LED In-Ground Pool Lights

Traditional pool lighting utilized incandescent lights, but today, LED pool lights are the preferred technology due to their durability, performance and efficiency.

LED pool lights can last up to 10 times longer than incandescent lights - greatly reducing the replacement and maintenance costs associated with incandescent pool lighting. Additionally, some smaller LED lights can have thinner diameter chords which can allow for easier replacement and reduced labor costs.

The amount of power a pool light uses to provide a given amount of light is measured in watts. Incandescent pool lights generally come in 100-, 300-, and 500-watt bulbs, while LED pool lights only require 18-65 watts of power to provide the same luminescence. Meaning, LED pool lights can use up to 87% less energy than their incandescent counterparts, resulting in significant savings on electrical costs.

While the upfront cost of incandescent lights may be appealing, LED lights come with a lower overall cost since they feature a longer and less expensive operational life.

To break down the cost comparison, assume one 42-watt LED pool light and its equivalent of one 300-watt incandescent pool light run eight hours a day with an electricity cost of $0.15/kW an hour.

45-watt LED pool light 42-watt LED bulb x 8 hrs x 365 days = 122 kWh/ year at $0.15/ kWh = $18.00/year

300-watt incandescent pool light 300-watt incandescent bulb x 8 hours x 365 days = 876 kWh/ year at $0.15/kWh = $131.00/light

That’s a savings of $114/year using LED lights.

Pool Lighting Design Flexibility

Both niched and nicheless pool lights provide brilliant illumination for your pool, but due to their size, nicheless pool lights enable greater flexibility for more elaborate pool designs.

For example, nicheless lights can be installed in shallow sun shelves, narrow walls, under pedestals or installed vertically in grottos and negative edge basins for added lighting effects.

Discover how to properly used LED pool lights in your pool and spa

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Lighting Control

The advanced automation options available with our AquaLink systems put control of your pool lights in the palm of your hands. Using the FREE iAquaLink app you can turn ON/OFF lights, set lighting timers and change lighting colors, as well as manage your entire pool’s operational system — all with the simple touch or swipe of a finger.

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