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Rigid Industries SR-Q Series PRO Specter-Driving LED - Surface Mount - Pair - White

Rigid Industries SR-Q Series PRO Specter-Driving LED - Surface Mount - Pair - White
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SR-Q Series PRO Specter-Driving LED - Surface Mount - Pair - White

The SR-Q PRO is a sleek low profile lighting option that packs more lighting output than ever before thanks to recent improvements to the advanced LEDs inside. The SR-Q Professional Race Output now emits up to 102% more raw lumens, depending on optic. An excellent choice for any application where space is limited, the SR-Q PRO makes auxiliary lighting professional grade. A single row of LEDs and is available in multiple beam patterns, including Spot, Flood, Driving, Hyperspot, and Diffused. Other recent updates to the SR-Q PRO include updated RIGID branding and blacked out circuit boards for a more refined look. Both surface and flush mount options are available and there are multiple mounting capabilities, such as the Suction Cup Mount and Angled Flush Mounts, just to name a few. The SR-Q PRO is also a perfect back-up light and is available as a Back-Up Light Kit with a 25' harness and a three-position switch for ease of wiring and usage.

Features:

  • Optics: Specter - Driving
  • LED Color: White
  • Finish Color: White
  • Mount Type: Surface
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6" × 8" × 6"
  • Product Weight: 1.476lb
  • Sold As: Pair
  • Specter 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: 41
  • Amp Draw: 2.93
  • LED's: 6
  • Raw Lumens: 4752
  • Lux @ 10M: 275.99
  • Beam Distance: 166.1M
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 27599 cd
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