Rigid Industries M-SRQ Lights

Rigid Industries M-SRQ Lights


The Rigid Industries M-SRQ Light can be used for virtually any lighting application, from off-road to agriculture.


  • Patent Pending Color Rotation Technology
  • Stand Alone Color Selection Using Existing Wiring
  • Full Optional DMX Controllability (With Rigid DMX Controller)
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The SR-Q utilizes the same technology as our D-Series, but in a wide configuration, instead of square. The size and shape of the SR-Q LED Light allows it to fit almost anywhere. Its cast aluminum housing and polycarbonate lens are sealed against the elements for years of trouble-free operation.


  • Any light will function as Stand alone, master (other SRQ or Wake Flame UWL!), or slave to other rigid color changing lights
  • 2 pre-programmed cycle, fast and slow cycle will change through 256 different colors, Triggered by cycling through power input
  • Custom color saving available via pre-programmed color cycle logic
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Rigid Industries M-SRQ Lights 94550 M-SRQ Light, RGB Diffused, Pair
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Rigid Industries M-SRQ RGB Flush Mounted Diffused - Pair 96550 M-SRQ Lights, RGB Flush Mounted Diffused, Pair
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Rigid Industries DMX LED Effects Controller 40040 DMX LED Effects Controller
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