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Rigid Industries RDS-Series PRO 30" - Spot LED - White

Rigid Industries RDS-Series PRO 30" - Spot LED - White
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RDS-Series PRO 30" - Spot LED - White

RIGID revolutionized the lighting industry with the introduction of the RDS-Series, and recent advancements in LED technology have made them more powerful than ever before with the RDS-Series PRO, Professional Race Output. With an improved output of up to 70% more raw lumens, the RDS-Series PRO projects more usable light exactly where it's needed on the road ahead. By taking an E-Series light bar and treating it to a gentle arc, the RDS-Series PRO provides a sleek, integrated look with the curved windshields and bumpers on today's trucks and SUVs. The curve is for more than just looks, it is also functional: the arc of the RDS-Series PRO light bars provides a wider spread of LED light, providing unmatched lighting coverage with a single light bar. RDS-Series PRO also includes updated branding and blacked-out circuit boards for a more refined look. 

Features:

  • Family: RDS - Series | PRO
  • Optic: Spot
  • LED Color: Cool White
  • Finish Color: White
  • Mount Type: Surface
  • Length: 30"
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6" × 33.25" × 6"
  • Product Weight: 8.99lb
  • Sold As: Single
  • Tough Alodine Coating that withstands the harshes Marine Environments
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specifications:

  • Watts: 155
  • Amp Draw: 11.07
  • LED's: 60
  • Raw Lumens: 47520
  • Lux @ 10M: 2050.34
  • Beam Distance: 452.8M
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 205034 cd
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