LLB-60NC-31-10

Lunasea Commercial Floodlight Single LED 10,500 Lumens

Lunasea Commercial Floodlight Single LED 10,500 Lumens
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Commercial Floodlight Single LED 10,500 Lumens

The new Lunasea 90W Flood Light produces the 11,500 lumens that really light up the work area. All this in a compact size with stainless brackets.

Designed to project useful work area light that gets the job done. Designed to last! 100 degrees of ultra bright light that utilizes Lunasea's proprietary control electronics to guarantee long life in harsh temperatures and environments.

The enclosure is completely machined out of pure Marine Grade Aluminum and then hard anodized with stainless hardware to tackle even the most corrosive environment.

Specifications

  • Voltage Range: 85-265VAC
  • Light Output: 11500 Lumen
  • Beam Angle 100 Degree
  • Color Temp: Natural White, 4500K, 75 CRI
  • LED Bridgelux, Cree, Philips
  • Environment: IP65
  • Enclosure: Machined Marine Grade Aluminum
  • Bracket: 304 Stainless Steel
  • Vent: Gore Breather Valve
  • Wiring: 3 Wire
  • Wire Length: 6 Foot
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