The end goal is a security light for a backyard that provides ~10,000 lumens total output over an area of roughly 85 x 45 feet (26 x 14 meters).
The problem is I haven’t found any ready made way to do that using a single fixture (to avoid adding another electrical box to the back of the house).
Could a standard two bulb fixture could come close using two powerful LED bulbs, or would a more DYI solution be requires to make it possible and practical?
What have I tried or thought of so far:
I know there are bulbs bright enough for other uses. I just added a 60w LED corn bulb in the garage and wow, it makes working at night wonderful. However corn bulbs don’t seem to be the right fit for a backyard floodlight, for example they’d be wasting light by shining 360 degrees.
I’ve also seen standard A19 LED bulbs at 22 watts which is of course very bright, but wouldn’t do the job with only two sockets, and again seems it may not be optimal to light up a backyard even if you fit in the ~5 bulbs it would take.
Maybe something like this wall light would be required? https://www.amazon.com/Ustellar-Waterproof-Equivalent-Floodlight-Landscape/dp/B01NBTB717
Maybe there is no bulb solution which would mean forgetting standard two socket security light fixtures and I’m just looking for the best options.