AQUA SIGNAL
Floodlight for Halogen Lamps

$259.99

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Model # 14568273 | Mfg # 1076060 | UPC # 54628107665
AQUA SIGNAL
Floodlight for Halogen Lamps

$259.99

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The Floodlight gives instant light provided by the halogen lamp and is designed according to rules of the maritime classification societies. The housing is made of deep drawn seamless steel and no tools are required to open the housing.The floodlight for halogen lamps is applicable for commercial shipping, industrial areas, yachts and fishing vessels.

Mounting - Adjustable brackets stainless steel 316, uncoated

Electric - Brass cable entry M24x1,5 for shielded cable with a diameter from 10 to 12,5 mm is our standard for this series.
The housing or connection box is prepared for M20 glands.

Housing - Housing made of stainless steel 316 deep drawn and powder coated white RAL 9016 as standard, special colors are available as option.

Lightsource/Optic - The halogen floodlights are available for different light sources with E40 or R7s lamp holder.
To make the installation as easy as possible you will find floodlights equipped with light sources, as a standard they will be delivered without light sources.

For 1000W use lamps of following manufactures only: BLV, Phillips, General Electric

 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Specs

Floodlight for Halogen Lamps

Name Value
Amperage 0.3 Amps
Dimensions 5 5/16" Width x 8 7/8" Height x 9 9/16" Length
Material Stainless Steel
Mounting Hardware Adjustable Stainless Steel Brackets (Included)
Type Floodlights
Voltage 100-240 Volts AC
Warranty Details One Year
Wattage 1000 Watts

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