LLB-46WW-2A-BN

Lunasea 3.45" Recessed LED COB Light w/Brushed Stainless Steel Bezel -Warm White

Lunasea 3.45" Recessed LED COB Light w/Brushed Stainless Steel Bezel -Warm White
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$79.99
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Recessed 3.5" LED COB Light with Brushed Stainless Steel Trim

A drop in for the 40W halogen recessed lights. Recessed 3.5" LED light 2700K 85CRI Dimmable COB LED

Lower profile design then other halogen and LED offerings
Excellent Viewing Angle: 120 degrees
Eplex compatible: works with most dimmers without additional electronics

Details
Elegant polished stainless trim with frosted glass makes this light the perfect choice. Three screw mounting compatible with the most popular models and a tapered back to allow for wire storage. Digitally dimmable design means you will not need additional circuitry to adjust to just the right output. Simply reverse polarity to switch between colors or hi/lo.

Designed with Lunasea's robust electronics and temperature monitoring these lights were designed for minimal interference with electronic equipment. Can be dimmed externally.

Soft 2700K warm white hi CRI COB LED light enhances the beauty of your surroundings.

Technical Information
Input Voltage
12, 24 and 32 volt systems

Warranty
2 Year

Wattage
White: 3.75 Watts
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Lunasea 3.45" Recessed LED COB Light w/Brushed Stainless Steel Bezel -Warm White LLB-46WW-2A-BN LUNASEA 3.45" RECESSED LIGHT WARM WHITE
$64.80
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