112802

Lumitec Halo Down Light - Brushed Housing, Red w/Whtie Dimming Light

Lumitec Halo Down Light - Brushed Housing, Red w/Whtie Dimming Light
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HALO - Flush Mount Down Light
Part #: 112802

Lumitec's new Flush Mount Down Lights set a new standard in overhead lighting. The luminaires feature weatherproof construction suitable for interior or exterior installations, a shallow-depth profile (less than 1/2" below mounting surface) and an easy to install mounting system. Ideal for salons and staterooms, as well as helm stations, flybridges and hard tops. The lights are fully sealed and IP67 compliant. Intelligent circuitry enables advanced features like dimming without external control modules or specialized switches. This allows boat owners to use any existing 'on-off' switches and eliminates the need for multiple wire runs necessary for other multi-colored lights. 10 to 30VDC, draws 220mA @ 12, 110mA @ 24V.

Features:
  • Intelligent circuitry allows for dimming using your existing SPST switch
  • Sealed for long life and extreme durability - IP 67 compliant, interior or exterior use
  • Attractive compact design for helm station, flybridge, hard top, and interior spaces
  • Mounting system is easy and fast - no 'rat traps', no exposed fasteners
  • More features, smaller package, and lower price than competitive products
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Lumitec Halo Down Light - Brushed Housing, Red w/Whtie Dimming Light 112802 LUMITEC HALO DOWN LIGHT RED W/WHITE DIMMING
$99.00
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