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Lumitec Maxillumeh120 Flood Lights

Lumitec Maxillumeh120 Flood Lights

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The Lumitec Maxillumeh120 Flood Light is the ultimate deck/work light for the roughest sea and toughest of jobs.

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The Maxillume h120 is poised to set a new standard in DC powered deck?work lights. Delivering more than 12,000 TRUE lumens and housed in a heavy duty aluminum housing, this light is engineered to work hard. Designed to replace the ubiquitous GE "QF" series of quartz floodlights, they are completely water sealed and tested to withstand vibration and shock. 

Specifications:

  • Lumens (White): 12,000
  • Voltage: 10-30vDC
  • 12v DC Amps: 10A
  • 24v DC Amps: 5A
  • Rated Watts: 120
  • CCT: 5000
  • CRI: 70+
  • Op. Temp F/C: -31/35 to + 131/55
  • Timed Toggled Protocol (TTP): Yes
  • Third Party Dimmer Compatibility (3PD): No
  • Color Match Commitment (CM): Yes
  • Mounting Hole Diameter: N/A
  • Length: N/A
  • Width: 8in (20.32cm)
  • Depth: 3.25in (8.25cm)
  • Diameter: N/A
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lumitec Maxillumeh120 Flood Lights 101346 Maxillumeh120 Flood Light, Trunnion Mount, White Housing, White Dimming
$699.00
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Lumitec Maxillumeh120 - Flush Mount Flood Light - White Housing - White-Dimming 101348 Maxillumeh120 Flood Light, Flush Mount, White Housing, White Dimming
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Lumitec Maxillumeh120 - Trunnion Mount Flood Light - Black Housing - White Dimming 101347 Maxillumeh120 Flood Light, Trunnion Mount, Black Housing, White Dimming
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