E1150Z-11C03N

i2Systems Ember E1150 Snap-In Round Lights

i2Systems Ember E1150 Snap-In Round Lights

Description

The i2Systems Ember E1150 Snap-In Round Lights ensure an accurate and consistent color matching across product lines.

Features

  • Asymmetric beam angle eliminates glare while providing excellent surface illumination
  • Fixture accomodates wall thicknesses ranging from .125" to .625"
  • No external drivers are required and wiring is made simple
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$67.50
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Product Highlights:

  • 2.5 watts
  • 9-30V DC input/9-15 AC Input
  • 0 to 100% Dimming
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Asymmetric Light Distribution
  • Wide lateral angle
  • 6 Vibrant Color Options
  • IP67, Exterior Rated
  • Up to 50,000 Hours of Operation


Features:

  • Advanced optical system - Asymmetric beam angle eliminates glare while providing excellent surface illumination
  • 0 - 100% Dimming - Connection with i2Systems LightLink Series allows simple and seamless integration to most of today's conventional dimming systems
  • Rugged design - Stainless steel construction, sealed design, and electronic regulation to the LED source ensure product longevity
  • No heat or UV in the light beam - Fixture lens remains much cooler than halogen sources, allowing safe and "burn free" operation
  • In addition, no UV means reduced risk of fading or deteriorating products or artifacts on display
  • Stainless Steel Trim with PVD - Removable trim ring and Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coating provides a very durable surface finish which will not tarnish or discolor
  • Snap-in Installation - Simply bore a 1.25" diameter hole and snap the fixture into place
  • Fixture accomodates wall thicknesses ranging from .125" to .625"


Exclusive Technology:

  • SmartDriver Integrated - i2Systems SmartDriver Technology is integrated directly inside every fixture
  • Connect the Ember to a wide range of voltages without sacrificing light output or lifetime
  • No external drivers are required and wiring is made simple
  • AccuWhite - i2Systems AccuWhite Technology allows integration of Ember fixtures to traditional applications without sacrifice in color temperature (CCT) or color rendering (CRI)
  • AccuWhite ensures and accurate and consistent color matching from fixture to fixture and across product lines
  • LightLink Compatible - i2Systems LightLink controllers represent the next generation in lighting control and connectivity
  • LightLink modules provide seamless integration of today's marine dimming systems through a wide variety of desirable interfaces
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
i2Systems Ember E1150 Snap-In Round Lights E1150Z-11C03N Snap-in round light, warm white
$67.50
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i2Systems Ember E1150 Snap-In Round Lights E1150Z-11AAH Snap-in round light, cool white
$67.50
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