P1120Z-11HAE

i2Systems Profile P1120 Tri Light Surface Lights

i2Systems Profile P1120 Tri Light Surface Lights

Description

The i2Systems Profile P1120 Tri Light Surface Lights requires no external drivers and wiring is simple.

Features

  • Connect the Profile to a wide range of voltages without sacrificing light output or lifetime
  • One light fixture with 3 colors on only 2 wires
  • Stainless steel construction, sealed design, and electronic regulation to the LED source ensure product longevity
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$127.50
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The Profile P1120 is a one light fixture with 3 colors on only 2 wires! Use your existing switch and wiring to cycle through Red, White and Blue LED colors. Perfect for Hardtop, Cockpit and Arch lighting.

Product Highlights:

  • 1.5 watts
  • 9-30V DC input
  • 3 Colors in 1 Fixture
  • 3" Diameter
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Exterior Rated
  • Surface Mountable
  • IP67, Exterior Rated
  • Up to 50,000 Hours of Operation
  • 2007 IBEX/NMMA Innovtion Award Winner


Features:

  • Advanced optical system - 120 degree full angle and even light, no LED "dots" or pixilation
  • 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
  • Surface mounting - Simply mount the fixture with the three included mounting screws and snap on the bezel


Exclusive Technology:

  • SmartDriver Integrated - Connect the Profile to a wide range of voltages without sacrificing light output or lifetime
  • No external drivers are required and wiring is made simple
  • Tri-Light Technology - i2Systems Tri-Light Technology offers 3 colors of light within a single fixture with only 2 wires
  • Simply toggle the input voltage off and back on again to change from one color to the next
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i2Systems Profile P1120 Tri Light Surface Lights P1120Z-11HAE Tri light surface light, chrome finish
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