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14W LED Surface Bulkhead

Product Code: SMDRDMAX14BO

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Product Information

14W · Integrated LED · IP65 · Cool White · 980lm · Black Shell

14W LED Surface Bulkhead

The LED Maximo bulkhead employs an LED printed circuitboard (PCB) that sits beneath a robust, polycarbonate diffuser; the circular circuitboard is adorned with a series of LED chips that work in concert to emit a cool white light at an intensity of 980 lumens. The IP65 rated polycarboante opal diffuser expels this light over a wide area whilst shielding the PCB from knocks, airborne detritus and water, making the fixture suitable for outdoor and public applications.

Dimensions: 285mm x 85mm (diameter x depth).

Fitting: Integrated LED Approx. Equivalent: N/A
Power Consumption: 14W Input Power (v): 240
Lumens: 980lm Power Factor: N/A
Useful Lumens: N/A Colour Temperature (k): 4000
Beam Angle: N/A CRI: N/A
Dimmable: No Warm-up Time: N/A
Life Expectancy (hrs): 30000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 285 x 85
Switching Cycles: N/A Warranty: 3 Years
Product Code: SMDRDMAX14
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