101240

Lumitec Newt Livewell and Courtesy Lights

Lumitec Newt Livewell and Courtesy Lights

Description

The Lumitec Newt Livewell and Courtesy Light can be used under cabinets, in storage lockers, lighting toe kicks, and even overhead.

Features

  • Completely Sealed
  • IP67 Compliant
  • Silicone Gasket Included
List Price
$14.95
Your Price
$13.95
In Stock

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Details

Wet or dry, it doesn't matter. Lumitec's Newt line was originally designed as a livewell light. But when our customers saw its small size, amazing output, and ease of installation it found use under cabinets, in storage lockers, lighting toe kicks, and even overhead. Choose white, red, or blue light. Completely sealed and IP67 compliant. Silicone gasket included.

Specifications:

  • Voltage: 10 - 16vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 45mA
  • 24vDC Amps: N/A
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 3000
  • Color Rendering Index: 90+
  • Rated Watts: 2
  • Lumens (White):14
  • Operating Temp (°F): -31 to + 131 F
  • Operating Temp (°C): -35 to +55 C
  • Width: 0.88" (2.22cm)
  • Height: 0.88" (2.22cm)
  • Depth: 0.78" (1.98cm)

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lumitec Newt Livewell and Courtesy Lights 101240 Newt Livewell and Courtesy Light, Warm White Output
$13.95
In Stock
Lumitec Newt Livewell & Courtesy Light - Red Output 101086 Newt Livewell and Courtesy Light, Red Output
$13.95
In Stock
Lumitec Newt Livewell & Courtesy Light - Blue Output 101085 Newt Livewell and Courtesy Light, Blue Output
$13.95
In Stock
Lumitec Newt Livewell & Courtesy Light - White Output 101084 Newt Livewell and Courtesy Light, White Output
$13.95
In Stock
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