965503

Rigid Industries SR-Q Series PRO RGB Diffused LED - Flush Mount - Pair - White

Rigid Industries SR-Q Series PRO RGB Diffused LED - Flush Mount - Pair - White
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SR-Q Series PRO RGB Diffused LED - Flush Mount - Pair - White

Big Power in a Small Package - The Rigid Industries SR-Q LED Light is one of the most versatile lighting products on the market today. This compact LED light can be used for virtually any lighting application - from off-road to agriculture. 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.

Features:

  • Optics: Diffused
  • LED Color:  RGB
  • Finish Color: White
  • Mount Type: Flush
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6.25" × 9" × 6.25"
  • Product Weight: 0.738 lb
  • Sold As: Pair
  • Patent pending color rotation technology
  • Stand alone color selection using existing wiring
  • Full optional DMX controllability (with Rigid DMX controller)
  • 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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