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Lumitec Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Lights

Lumitec Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Lights

Description

The Lumitec Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Light boasts an actual measured output of up to 3,823 lumens.

Features

  • Monolithic Solid Metal Construction
  • Dimming
  • DeckSweep Optical Technology
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$399.00
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Lumitec's new Cayman line of spreader/flood lights are the most advanced
deck lights on the market today. The new Superwhite boasts an actual
MEASURED output of up to 3,823 lumens, and no other 60W flood light
comes close. The Cayman family offers features available nowhere else:
monolithic solid metal construction, dimming, and DeckSweep optical
technology. Designed by the same team which developed the world's bestselling 55W halogen replacements, the Capri/Caprera line, Cayman delivers innovation, reliability and unsurpassed performance.


Specifications

  • Voltage: 10 - 30vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 5.0A
  • 24vDC Amps: 2.5A
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 5000
  • Color Rendering Index: 70+
  • Rated Watts: 60
  • Lumens (White): 3823
  • IP67 Compliant
  • Certified Ignition Protected
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Lumitec Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Lights 101259 Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Lights, White Housing
$379.00
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Lumitec Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood light Black Housing 101261 Cayman Superwhite Dimming LED Flood Light, Black Housing
$379.00
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