LLB-51WO-91-00

Lunasea Engine/Utility Light

Lunasea Engine/Utility Light

Description

The Lunasea Engine/Utility Light produces superior output with an easy on the eyes LED Bar Design.

Features

  • Versatile Mounting and Dimming Capabilities
  • Hard Anodized then White Urethaned and Encapsulated for Extreme Durability
  • 1400 Lumen Output
List Price
$149.00
Your Price
$137.49
In Stock

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Specifications

  • Natural White
  • 12/24/32VDC
  • 5.75"W x 8.5"L x 0.77"D
  • Voltage Range: 10-40VDC MAX
  • Input Current
    12VDC - 1.25A
    24VDC - 0.625A
  • Light Output: White 1400 Lumen
  • Beam Angle 120°
  • Color Temp: White - 4000K, 75 CRI
  • Environment: IP68
  • Enclosure: Aluminum Hard Anodized & Bake Urethaned
  • Wiring: Two Wire / Three Wire
  • Wire Length: ~20"
  • Mounting: 4 Screws, M4 x 14 or #8 x 1/2" screws
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$137.49
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