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Rigid Industries Ignite Surface Mount Flood - White LED

Rigid Industries Ignite Surface Mount Flood - White LED
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Ignite Surface Mount Flood - White LED

The Rigid Ignite™ is the smallest, most versatile light in Rigid Industries' product line! Measuring approximately 1.4" x 1.4" x 2" , this flexible light packs 1000 raw lumens using Spot, Flood or Diffused beam patterns; perfect for any application where short range light output is needed. The Ignite also utilizes a Go-Pro® style mounting bracket which mates with an array of off the shelf Go-Pro mounts. Due to the wide range of mounting options, the Ignite's applications are almost limitless. The compact and lightweight housing makes the Ignite a great choice for auxiliary lighting on cars and trucks, motorcycles, UTVs, and even marine applications. Low current draw (less than 1 amp) and voltage requirements (6-28 volts) makes the Ignite adaptable to any application. Single light kits include one Ignite, mounting brackets, and related hardware. GoPro Mount Not Included

Features:

  • Family: Ignite
  • Optics: Flood
  • LED Color: White
  • Finish Color: White
  • Mount Type: Surface
  • Shipping Dimensions: 10" x 6" x 4"
  • Sold As: Single
  • GO PRO MOUNT NOT INCLUDED
  • Rigid's Smallest Forward Projecting Light
  • Small Package, Big Output
  • Unlimited Mounting Options; Go-Pro® Style Mounting Bracket that Mates to Endless Go-Pro Mounts
  • Low Minimum Voltage: 6-28 VDC
  • IP68 Compliant
  • Rigid Quality & Performance
  • Easy Install

Specifications: 

  • Watts: 12
  • LED's: 1
  • Raw Lumens: 1000
  • Lux @ 10M: 18
  • Beam Distance: 80M
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 1786cd
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