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Golight HID Stryker Searchlights

Golight HID Stryker Searchlights

Description

The Golight HID Stryker Searchlight features integrated 12V DC high-torque motors.

Features

  • 1 Mile Effective Beam Distance
  • Remote Controlled Operaton
  • 370 Degree Rotation X 135 Degree Tilt
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$799.00
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Details

  • Integrated 12V DC High-Torque Motors
  • 3.5 Amp Draw - Continual
  • U.V. Ray and Salt Water Resistant
  • Quick Start Up Time
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty / 1 Year Ballast Warranty
  • Magnetic Base Now Available



Golight® Stryker® H.I.D. Light Beam Dimensions

  • Peak Beam Intensity: 550,000 Candela
  • Maximum Beam Distance: 1483M/ 4,865'
  • Beam Angle: 12°
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