High Definition For IP65 50000H Aluminum DMX Color Changing RGB COB LED Flood Light Wholesale to Sheffield
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Aluminum DMX Color Changing RGB COB Flood LED Light
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Why are you choicing us?
Ningbo Fond-lighting Company Ltd. has advanced production equipment and testing instruments.
Right now, the new LED flood light and Led underwater light have successfully won a place in the market.
And, the products of our company has been approved by GS, CE, EMC, RoHS, REACH, PAHS, SAA, UL, DLC which is
surperior to the peer company. “High starting point, high quality, high pursuit” is our purpose.
The principle of our company is providing users with good quality products and prompt after-sales service in all
1. How about our company?
We have been specializing in LED flood light, LED high bay light, LED street light, LED underwater light, LED underground light for 10 years.
2. Do you accept OEM order?
Yes, OEM for our LED lights are acceptable.
3. How long is the delivery time?
It ‘s about 15-20 days.
4. What’s your payment terms?
30% TT IN ADVANCE,70% BEFORE SHIPPMENT, OR L/C.
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