Lunasea Introduces New Ultra-Thin, Fully Sealed 12-Watt and 35-Watt IP65 High Output Flood Lights

 

Homosasa, Fla., March 5, 2019 – Lunasea Lighting has introduced new stylish, rugged and ultra-thin, completely sealed 12-watt and 35-watt flood lights uniquely designed to optimize area lighting, take up less space, and stand up to the harsh marine environment.  These new lights replace the company’s popular LLB-335 (10 watt) and LLB-35 (50 watt) floods. The new models, which are now being built at Lunasea’s US (Florida) office, are not only brighter than the previous models, they also use less power for that output.

Lunasea’s next-generation flood lights – the slimmest on the market – incorporate the latest in LED technology for maximum brightness and high (>80 CRI) color rendering. Engineered to deliver the highest Lumen Per Watt LED available with a beam angle of 110 degrees, both the 12-watt (LLB-366N-81-00, LLB-366N-31-10) and 35-watt (LLB-36MN-81-00, LLB-36MN-41-00) models are ideal for use on a wide range of vessels. The thin design allows for easy installation, and the bright, warm light output makes them perfect for illuminating any onboard area.

The lighting performance of Lunasea’s newest floods is matched only by their durability and reliability. Instead of having gaskets, they boast a fully sealed design with a breather valve for unsurpassed corrosion resistance. The tempered glass and 316 stainless steel brackets and hardware (included) are also built to take anything the elements can dish out.

www.lunasealighting.com/products/category/led-flood-lights



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