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Rigid Industries SR-M Series PRO Spector-Diffused LED - Surface Mount - White

Rigid Industries SR-M Series PRO Spector-Diffused LED - Surface Mount - White
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SR-M Series PRO Spector-Diffused LED - Surface Mount - White

Among the smallest, most compact products that RIGID offers, the SR-M PRO (Single Row-Mini Professional Race Output) still packs a lot of lighting power with an impressive output up to 111% more raw lumens thanks to improved LED technology. The size of SR-M PRO makes it highly adaptable to a variety of uses, including everything from a flood light on a toy hauler, handlebar-mounted lights for motorcycles and many other power sports applications. Common automotive uses include back bumper lighting. With a range of beam patterns in your choice of optics, the SR-M PRO is one of the brightest mini LED lights on the market. In addition to more powerful LEDs, recent updates include new branding and blacked-out circuit boards make the SR-M PRO more powerful and refined than ever before. They feature the same superior build quality as the rest of RIGID's lighting products, providing reliable and efficient lighting on demand.

Features:

  • Optics: Spector-Diffused
  • LED Color: White
  • Finish Color: White
  • Mount Type: Surface
  • Shipping Dimensions: 5" × 6" × 6"
  • Product Weight: 0.476lb
  • Sold As: Single
  • Hybrid Optics
  • 50,000+ Hr LED Lifespan
  • Instant On / Off - No Warm Up
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Over / Under Voltage Protection
  • Cast Aluminum Housing
  • Durable Polycarbonate Lens
  • Integrated Thermal Management
  • GORE® Pressure Equalizing Vent
  • Designed, Engineered, & Assembled in the USA

Specifications:

  • Watts: 23
  • Amp Draw: 1.64
  • LED's: 3
  • Raw Lumens: 2376
  • Lux @ 10M: 107.38
  • Beam Distance: 103.6M
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 10738 cd
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