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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Lights

Rigid Industries M-Q Series Lights

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The Rigid Industries M-Q Series Light is perfect for scene or area lighting.

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ombine that with our patented optics and you have the best LED flood light in the industry. Like our standard lens, the diffusion lens is made from optically clear, unbreakable polycarbonate plastic.

A combination of 4 Dually / D2 optics into one large sturdy housing with a vibration isolator and 304 stainless bracket included. For use in a heavy duty commercial environment for Agriculture, Fire and Rescue, Commercial truck, Marine, Off-Road and Power Sports. Q-Series covers also include a 50% forward projecting and 50% area light option to project the light where and how you really need it. Designed specifically to function in any environment and withstand any abuse. These LED Lights are big, bright, and heavy duty!

Specifications:

  • Watts: 80
  • Amp Draw: 5.80
  • LED's: 16
  • Raw Lumens: 7040
  • Lux @ 10m: 55.0
  • Beam Distance: 148 m
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 5,500 cd
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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Lights 24551 M-Q Series Light, 60 Degree Diffused, Single
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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Flood/Downward Diffused - Single 24571 M-Q Series Light, Flood/Downward Diffused, Single
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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Spot/Downward Diffused - Single 24561 M-Q Series Light, Spot/Downward Diffused, Single
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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Spot - Single 24521 M-Q Series Light, Spot, Single
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Rigid Industries M-Q Series Flood - Single 24511 M-Q Series Light, Flood, Single
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Rigid Industries Q-Series Flush Mount Bucket 40015W W-Series Flush Mount Bucket, White
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