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Lumitec GAI2 Positionable Lights

Lumitec GAI2 Positionable Lights

Description

The Lumitec GA12 Positionable Light is perfect for a reading light, task light, or even a work space light.

Features

  • Twice The Output
  • New, More Efficient Optical System
  • Completely Sealed And IP67 Compliant
List Price
$199.00
Your Price
$189.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Lumitec's best-selling positionable light just got better. Lumitec's newly enhanced General Area Location (GAI) light now has TWICE the output and a new, more efficient optical system! GAI's small size and high output make this light perfect for a wide range of applications: reading light, task light or even a work space light. Completely sealed and IP67 compliant.

Specifications:

  • Lumens (White): 333
  • Voltage: 10-30vDC
  • 12v DC Amps: 400mA
  • 24v DC Amps: 200mA
  • Rated Watts: 6
  • CCT: 5000
  • CRI: 70+
  • Op. Temp F/C: -31/35 to + 131/55
  • Timed Toggled Protocol (TTP): Yes
  • Third Party Dimmer Compatibility (3PD): Yes
  • Color Match Commitment (CM): Yes
  • Mounting Hole Diameter: 3/8'
  • Length: N/A
  • Width: N/A
  • Depth: N/A
  • Diameter: 2.53in (6.42cm)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lumitec GAI2 Positionable Lights 111827 GA12 Positionable Light, Spectrum, White Housing
$189.00
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Lumitec GAI2 - Positionable Light - Brushed Housing 111807 GA12 Positionable Light, Brushed Housing
$189.00
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