97251

Rigid Industries MSR-M2F LED Lights

Rigid Industries MSR-M2F LED Lights

Description

The Rigid Industries MSR-M2F LED Light is perfect for mounting onto any flat surface such as a boat where an LED light can go.

Features

  • 20 Degree Flood Optic and 10 Degree Spot Optic
  • GORE Pressure Equalizing Vent
  • Unbreakable Polycarbonate Lens
List Price
$184.99
Your Price
$175.74
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Details

The Single Row Mini (SRM) transforms LED lighting with the smallest and lightest fixture ever produced. This small light will mount in nearly any location. You can project almost 1000' with a hybrid spot or produce an unbelieveable 1500 raw lumens with the specter optic. Limited lifetime warranty.

Features:

  • 6063 Aluminum extrusion
  • Durable UV 3800 polyester powdercoat
  • Sealed Deutsch Connector
  • Runs on 9 to 36 VDC
  • 50,000+ hour lifespan
  • IP68 Certified
  • MIL810-STDG Vibration Certified
  • ROHS compliant
  • Over/under voltage protection
  • Operating temp -40 degrees ~ +145 degrees F
  • Electrically protected against RFI/EMC interference
  • Integrated thermal management system
  • Updated hybrid optic system


Specs:

  • Weight: 1 lb
  • Watts: 11.25
  • AMP Draw: .82
  • LED's: 3
  • Raw Lumens: 956.25
  • Lux @ 10m: 11.85
  • Beam Distance: 63.2m
  • Peak Beam Intensity:1177cd
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Rigid Industries MSR-M2F LED Lights 97251 MSR-M2F LED Light, Flush Mount, 60 Degree Lens, Diffused
$175.74
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Rigid Industries MSR-M2F - Flush Mount - Wide 97211 MSR-M2F LED Light, Flush Mount, Wide
$175.74
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Rigid Industries MSR-M2F - Flush Mount - Driving 97231 MSR-M2F LED Light, Flush Mount, Driving
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Rigid Industries Wire Harnesses 40199 Wire Harness, for SR-M and SR-Q
$15.00
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Rigid Industries SR-M Series Angled Flush Mount Kits 49011 SR-M Series Angled Flush Mount Kit, Left/Right
$35.99
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Rigid Industries SR-M Series Angled Flush Mount - Up/Down 49001 SR-M Series Angled Flush Mount, Up/Down
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