20204

Golight Permanent RadioRay LED Spotlights

Golight Permanent RadioRay LED Spotlights

Description

The Golight Permanent RadioRay LED Spotlight is UV and salt water resistant.

Features

  • Remote Controlled Operation
  • 370 Degree Rotation x 135 Degree Tilt
  • Shock Proof Solid State Lighting
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$529.00
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$473.81
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Golight introduces the Golight/RadioRay LED drop-in. Easily retrofit existing Golight spotlights or purchase the preassembled LED version and realize the intensity, reduced power consumption and increased bulb life that LED affords.

Key Features:

  • Shock Proof Solid State Lighting
  • Instant On
  • 3 Amps with 12v Power Source
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
  • Plano-Convex Lens Technology
  • Cast Aluminum Heat Sync
  • 200,000 Candela Beam Intensity
  • 50,000 Hour Life Expectancy
  • Operating Temp Range: -40° ~ 145°F
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