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Rigid Industries M-Q2 Series Lights

Rigid Industries M-Q2 Series Lights

Description

The Rigid Industries M-Q2 Series Light utilizes a narrow, oval-shaped reflector that projects both spot and flood beam patterns.

Features

  • GORE Pressure Equalizing Vent
  • Unbreakable Polycarbonate Lens
  • Durable UV 3800 Polyester Powdercoat
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Details

Driving Pattern - Our engineering team designed the Driving version of our Specter optics system to project light not only far, but also wide. Rather than a conical beam, this technology creates an oblong beam that maintains a bright center hot spot, as well as incredible horizontal dispersion.

Hyperspot - 5 degree ultra-narrow concentrated Spot beam pattern for long distance applications. Patent pending aperture system blocks unused light for a clean beam. Highest intensity per watt or square inch on the market as well as Maximum Distance!

A combination of 4 Dually / D2 optics into one large sturdy housing with a vibration isolator and 304 stainless bracket included. The size specifications are as followed Height 6.79" , Width 6.75" and the Depth 3.42". 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!

Features: 

  • IP68 Certified
  • MIL810-STDG Vibration Certified
  • ROHS Compliant
  • Over/Under Voltage Protection
  • Operating Temp -40 degrees F ~ +145 degrees F
  • Sealed Deutsch Connector
  • 50,000+ Hour Lifespan
  • Electrically Protected Against RFI/EMC Interference
  • Integrated Thermal Management System
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Rigid Industries M-Q2 Series Lights 54581 M-Q2 Series Light, Driving/Hyperspot, Single
$548.62
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