Wholesale Price China New Delivery for FN-UW-P807 FOND IP68 Fountain Stainless Steel LED Underwater Light Factory for Slovakia Wholesale to Mauritius
Wholesale Price China New Delivery for FN-UW-P807 FOND IP68 Fountain Stainless Steel LED Underwater Light Factory for Slovakia Wholesale to Mauritius Detail:
|Light Source:||LED||Item Type:||Fountain Lights|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang, China||Brand Name:||FOND|
|Input Voltage( V ):||12||Lamp Power( W ):||9/ 12|
|Lamp Body Material:||Stainless steel||Color:||white|
|Lamp Luminous Efficiency( lm/ w )||55lm/w|| Lamp Luminous Flux
|IP Rating:||IP68||Certification:||CE, RoHS|
|Working Temperature( ℃ ):||-65||Color Temperature( CCT):|| RGB, blue,
|CRI( Ra> ):||80||Beam Angle( ° ):||45|
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: on the customer request.
Delivery Detail: 15 days receipt of the deposit.
|Operating Voltage||AC/DC 12V|
|Input Frequency (Hz)||50 ~ 60 Hz|
|Color Temperature (K)||Pure White: 6000-6500K / Cool White: 8000-12000K / Warm White: 2800-3000K|
|Wave Length (nm)||R: 621-625nm / G: 518-520nm / B: 464-467nm|
|Beam Angle||15°/45°/60°for high power led, 120°for SMD/DIP led.|
|Operating Temperature (℃)||-20℃~ +35℃|
|RGB Control Methods||Remote control / WIFI / DMX / External control|
|Warranty Period||2 years|
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