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Lumitec Caprera2 LED Flood Lights

Lumitec Caprera2 LED Flood Lights

Description

The Lumitec Caprera2 LED Flood Light puts the light where you need it most, providing up to twice the useable light.

Features

  • Fully Sealed
List Price
$229.00
Your Price
$189.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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What do you do to improve the industry's best selling LED flood light? Add
features, improve the beam pattern, and increase the output! Lumitec's
Caprera2 flood lights do just that. New two-color technology provides
amazing white output with elegant blue and night vision-preserving red. Our
exclusive DeckSweep© technology puts the light where you need it most,
providing for up to twice the useable light of competitors. Fully sealed
and, as with all Lumitec products, proudly designed and manufactured in the
USA.

Specifications:

  • Voltage: 10-30vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 1.3mA
  • 24vDC Amps: 600mA
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 5000
  • Color Rendering Index: 70+
  • Lumens (White): 16
  • Rated Watts: 290
  • Operating Temp (°F): -31 to + 131 F
  • Operating Temp (°C): -35 to +55 C
  • Width: 4.49" (11.41cm)
  • Height: 1.65" (4.20cm)
  • Depth: 2.83" (7.20cm)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lumitec Caprera2 LED Flood Lights 101313 Caprera2 LED Flood Light, Black Finish, Light White Dimming/Amber Flashing
$189.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Lumitec Caprera 2 Dual Color LED Flood Light - White & Red Dimmable Light, Black Housing 101218 Caprera2 LED Flood Light, White and Red Dimmable Light, Black Housing
$159.00
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Lumitec Caprera 2 Dual Color LED Floodlight - White & Blue Dimming Light, Black Housing 101217 Caprera2 LED Floodlight, White and Blue Dimming Light, Black Housing
$159.00
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Lumitec Caprera2 Dual Color LED Flood Light - White/Red 101103 Caprera2 LED Flood Light, White and Red
$159.00
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Lumitec Caprera2 Dual Color LED Flood Light - White/Blue 101102 Caprera2 LED Flood Light, White and Blue
$159.00
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