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Lumitec Orbit Flush Mount Down Light - Blue Non Dimming, Red Non Dimming & White Dimming w/White Housing

Lumitec Orbit Flush Mount Down Light - Blue Non Dimming, Red Non Dimming & White Dimming w/White Housing
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Orbit Flush Mount Down Light - Blue Non Dimming, Red Non Dimming & White Dimming with White Housing

Lumitec's Orbit Flush Mount Down Lights are one of Lumitec's best selling down lights, the Orbit family offers a clean look and unmatched features and performance. With weatherproof construction, a shallow-depth profile (less than 1/2" below mounting surface) and an easy to install mounting system, Orbit is 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 and multi-color control without external control modules or specialized switches. This allows the use of any "on-off" switch and eliminates the need for multiple wire runs.

Specifications:
  • Voltage: 10-30vDC 12vDC
  • Amps: 24vDC
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 3000
  • Color Rendering Index: 90
  • Color Output: White
  • Dimming Finish: White
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Lumitec Orbit Flush Mount Down Light - Blue Non Dimming, Red Non Dimming & White Dimming w/White Housing 112528 LUMITEC ORBIT DOWN LIGHT BLUE, RED W/WHITE DIMMING WHITE
$89.95
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