Tecniq launches new compact LED fixture

Nov 21, 2017 by Triton Staff

Tecniq’s new compact D30 Surface Mounted Load Light produces 2,000 lumens of bright white LED light with a 64-degree by 51-degree beam angle that will brighten a space 12.5 feet wide by 12 feet deep from a height of 10 feet off the deck, according to the Michigan-based company.

The D30 is IP68-rated, and its aluminum heat sink housing is powder-coated for marine environments. The LED light fixture includes a form-fitting TPE gasket that is UV- and chemical-resistant, and it has a maximum draw of 1.3-1.9 amps. Its compact size – 7.4 inches long by 1.62 inches wide by 1.76 inches high – mounts with two screws on 6.375-inch centers.

For more information, visit www.tecniqinc.com.

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