Rigid Industries SR-Q2 Spectors

Rigid Industries SR-Q2 Spectors


The Rigid Industries SR-Q2 Spector features 50% more LEDs than our Hybrid optics in the same footprint and is specifically designed to cover more area.


  • Specter Optics
  • Ultraviolet LEDs
  • 50,000+ Hours LED Lifespan
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By incorporating a reflector with no facets or orange peel, the Specter optics system produces an intense, smooth beam with minimal wasted light.

Ultraviolet LED's - This model features ultraviolet LED's. Ultraviolet, or UV, LED's emit light that causes certain materials to glow. This is called fluorescence. This is useful for many applications, but is particularly useful when fishing at night as it allows you to see your line vividly.

Diffusion Lens - Perfect for scene or area lighting, our diffusion lens was specifically engineered to project light at a 60° flood pattern. Combine that with our patented optics and you have the best LED flood light in the industry. Like our standard lens, the diffusion lens is made from optically clear, unbreakable polycarbonate plastic..

Quality Construction - Our circuitry is designed in-house to be more powerful, be more efficient, and generate less heat. Our durable aluminum housings feature custom, over-sized heat sinks which keep the temperature down and allow our LED's to run cooler and brighter. All Rigid Industries LED lights receive a high quality powder coat finish, a custom-molded rubber seal, and an unbreakable, scratch resistant lens. Rigid Industries LED lights are engineered to withstand whatever you, the road, or nature can throw at them.


  • Instant On / Off - No Warm Up
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Over / Under Voltage Protection
  • Cast Aluminum Housing
  • Durable Polycarbonate Lens
  • Integrated Thermal Managament
  • GORE® Pressure Equalizing Vent
  • Designed, Engineered, & Assembled in the USA
  • LED's: 6
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Rigid Industries SR-Q2 Spectors 91659 SR-Q2 Spector, Diffused, UV (Ultraviolet)
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Rigid Industries SR-Q2 Spector Driving - UV (Ultraviolet) 91639 SR-Q2 Spector, Driving, UV (Ultraviolet)
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Rigid Industries Wire Harnesses 40199 Wire Harness, for SR-M and SR-Q
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