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Rigid SR-Series Pro 20" LED Light Bar


The SR-Series PRO LED Light Bars provide a sleek, low profile lighting solution that measures less than 2” tall. Thanks to improved LED technology, the SR-Series PRO now offers more light output than ever before with up to 111% more raw lumens. As the name implies, the SR-Series PRO utilizes a single row of LEDs with your choice of Spot Flood or Spot Driving beam patterns. Ideal for applications where space is limited, the SR-Series PRO is a powerful light source designed to project light at extreme distances while consuming very little power. RIGID’s SR-Series PRO lights utilize extruded aluminum housings and are available with either a black or white durable powder coated finish. Along with improved LEDs for more output, the SR-Series PRO benefits from new branding and blacked-out circuit boards for a more refined look. They feature the same superior build quality as the rest of RIGID’s lighting products, providing reliable and efficient lighting on demand.

SPECIFICATIONS

 Spot                                                                                                            Watts - 132                                                                                                            Amp Draw - 9.42
Max Voltage - 36
Raw Lumens - 10170

Spot Flood Combo

Watts - 119
Amp Draw - 8.50
Max Voltage - 36
Raw Lumens - 15840

Spot Driving Combo

Watts - 132
Amp Draw - 9.43
Max Voltage - 36
Raw Lumens - 17424

FEATURES

  • Less than 2" Tall
  • Blacked-Out Circuit Board
  • Harness & Switch Included (Exclusions Apply) High-Grade Aluminum Alloy Heatsink
  • IP68 Compliant -Dust / Water Ingress
  • 50,000+ Hour Lifespan
  • 9-36 V DC
  • Patented Technology
  • Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Lens
  • Integrated Thermal Management System

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