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Rigid Industries E-Series PRO 6" Spot LED - White

Rigid Industries E-Series PRO 6" Spot LED - White
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E-Series PRO 6" Spot LED - White

The E-Series is one of RIGID’s most versatile, all-around lighting solutions, and recent enhancements in LED technology delivering up to 111% more raw lumens than ever before with the E-Series PRO. Among RIGID’s most popular product lines, the E-Series PRO has recently benefited from several upgrades to improve both looks and performance. Plus, new branding and new blacked-out circuit boards give the E-Series PRO a more refined look. Available with your choice of optics, the E-Series features a host of beam options, including Spot, Flood, Driving, Hyperspot, Diffused, and new Driving/Spot and Spot/Hyperspot combinations. These and other innovations make it one of the brightest and most efficient LED light bars on the market. The E-Series was born in off-road, but its versatility makes it well suited for use with power sports, marine, general automotive and even first responder applications.

Specifications:

  • Watts: 85
  • Amp Draw: 6.07
  • LED's: 12
  • Raw Lumens: 9504
  • Lux @ 10M: 2130.58
  • Beam Distance: 287.9M
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 82,863 cd
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Rigid Industries E-Series PRO 6" Spot LED - White 806213 RIGID INDUSTRIES E-SERIES PRO 6" SPOT WHITE
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