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-2 x 3" 12W Amber C-SERIES C3 LED lights
-Die-Cast Aluminum Housing
-8 Spot Beam Pattern Optics
-On-Board Thermal Management for Light Efficiency
LIGHT PERFORMANCE(PER LIGHT)
-Raw Lumens: 1,080 lm
-Lux @ 10 Meters: Spot- 120 lx
-Candela: Spot- 12,000 cd
-Beam Distance (meters): Spot- 219m
-LED Source: Osram LED
-Color: Amber - Color Temperature 6000K
-Amp Draw: 1.0A
-IP Rating: IP67
-Product Dimensions: W - 3.22" x H - 3.42" x D - 3.14"
Parts Included with C-SERIES C3 Pair Packs
-(2) C3 LED Lights
-Deluxe Wiring Harness
-Die-Cast Mounting Brackets with hardware
PERFORMANCE OUTPUT AND CLARITY
The C-Series LED C3 lights use a forward facing Osram LED design delivering 1,080 Lumens of output with maximum power efficiency. They are perfect for front bumper, windshield, grille, and reverse light applications.
HIGH PERFORMANCE MEETS AFFORDABILITY
C-Series LED C3 lights feature a die-cast aluminum housing, aluminum core PCBs with thermal management, and lexan lenses. What you get is a perfect balance of affordable performance with maximum efficiency, stability and reliability.
SPOT OR FLOOD BEAM PATTERNS
When it comes to total road coverage, the C-Series LED C3 lights feature either spot or flood reflectors for maximum forward distance and increased peripheral illumination along road edges.
Spot Beam- Provides focused bright light for maximum forward distance and high speed visibility.
DESIGNED FOR DURABILITY
Off-road race tested, the C-Series LED was designed to handle the harshest environments. Featuring an IP67 rated housing with on-board Thermal Management for maximum light output and efficiency.
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