Mini well light with added glare shield for optimal viewing comfort. Recommended for salt air environments.
- Transformer required - sold separately
- Finish: Black
- Lamping: Halogen MR16
- Voltage: 12V
- Housing: Durable high heat thermo-plastic composite resin
- Glare shield molded into lid
- Light bulb shielded by a heat resistant convex shaped glass lens for better debris run-off
- Fully sealed for watertight outdoor usage
- Supplied with 36" wire leads and cable connector
- 1 x 50W 12V MR16 (Not Included)
MR16 Halogen Lamp
MR16 Halogen Lamp: UV Protected - No Harmful Ultraviolet Rays.
- MR16 Bulb Type
- GX5.3 Base
- 12 Volt - Low Voltage Bulb
- 2000 Average Rated Hours
- 700-10000 Candle Power
- 20W, 35W, 50W or 65W
- Available in Narrow Spot (9° beam spread), Flood (36° beam spread), Narrow Flood (18° beam spread) and Very Wide Flood (60° beam spread)
Features and Benefits of Halogen Lighting:
- Halogen lamps deliver crisp, white light
- Perfect for display, accent and general lighting
- The technology used in halogen lighting ensure a long life of 2,000 hours or more
- Halogens will render colors accurately and match the color temperature of other light sources in the 3000K range
- Compared to standard incandescent lamps, halogens offer superior lumen performance throughout the life of the lamp
ANSI Code: ESX , BAB , FRB , FMW , EXT , EXZ , EXN , FNV , FPA , FPB
Models: S1957 , S1956 , S1958 , S1959 , S1961 , S1962 , S1960 , S1963 , S1965 , S1964
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• UL listed
• cUL listed
• Suitable for Damp Conditions
• Suitable for Wet Conditions
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cUL Mark is the UL Mark for Canada. Products with this type of mark have been evaluated to Canadian safety requirements, which may be different from US safety requirements.
Damp locations are sheltered outdoor areas that are protected from direct contact with rain or water.
Wet locations are unsheltered outdoor areas that are exposed to direct contact with rain and water.