Lumitec Triton High Power Flood Lights

Lumitec Triton High Power Flood Lights


The Lumitec Triton High Power Flood Light illuminates an area larger than 37,000 square feet.


  • LED Luminaire Can Easily Replace A High Output HID
  • No More Restrike Or Warm Up Issues Of HID
  • Forget About Power Hungry, Blisteringly Dangerous Halogens
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Lumitec's new Triton family of flood lights solidly demonstrates that a well designed LED luminaire can easily replace a high output HID. With up to a staggering 20,500 raw lumens and an output exceeding that of 1,000 Watt halogens, this light will illuminate an area larger than 37,000 square feet. No more restrike or warm-up issues of HID. Forget about power hungry, blisteringly dangerous Halogens. Designed to withstand harsh environments, the Triton series of lights boast Lumitec's exclusive radially asymmetrical wide flood beam pattern.

  • Voltage: 12vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 13.2A
  • 24vDC Amps: NA
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 5000
  • Color Rendering Index: 75

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