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Lumateq LL51-WHA-110-00 LED Security Light, 6-watt, White

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Product description

The LED Security Light Series by Lumateq, LL51-WHA-110-00 is a security and architectural light. With maximum Lumens of 988, with a 6 watt LED that replaces a 60-100 Watt flood lamp with 2x projection. Wet or dry zone lighting with ETL-listed IP-67 for wet locations. Input Voltage 110V. UV-stable high-impact housing with an adjustable stainless steel mounting bracket. High-impact polycarbonate lens. Rated for 50k hours. Housing color: Bronze. LM80-tested and less than .05 amp @110V. Correlated Color Temperature of 5700K and Color Rendering Index of 78.7. Applications: driveway, pool area, sign, garage, parking lot or storage area. This light meets the Design lights Consortium criteria and has a 5 year warranty. It is also ETL certified for the United States and Canada. Lumateq is a division of TACO Metals, a company that has been in business for over 50 years, known for bring leading edge high quality and reliable products to the market at a competitive price.

Lumateq LL51-WHA-110-00 LED Security Light, 6-watt, White

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