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Floodlight Designed to Work on Mobile Jobs - Phoenix Products Co. Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
In the 1940s, Phoenix’s introduction of the Sturdilite® transformed the market and brought a level of durability never seen before in lighting. Many generations of this revolutionary fixture have demonstrated continuous improvement over time.
Now, seven decades later, Phoenix has reinvented the Sturdilite® again to incorporate the highest level of LED lighting technology, the same durability always known of Phoenix and a compact, economic design. The Sturdilite® E-DC Series offers three DC models for your maintenance vehicles, cranes and portable equipment.
Each version is available with a short lead time.
•E36 – 36 Watt (W), up to 2400 lumens
•E56 – 56 W, up to 4500 lumens
•E90 - 90W, up to 7100 lumens
The Sturdilite® E-DC Series utilizes LEDs with a 50,000 hour rated life and are capable of operating in a wide temperature range. Spot and flood optics minimize glare and provide precise optical control. The 90-degree aimability allows for increased functionality and versatility.
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