Heavy Duty Swivel LED Utility Light Bar: Aimable Illumination for Interior DC Applications

| January 26, 2016

Heavy Duty Swivel LED Utility Light BarSuper Bright LEDs—A leading online retailer for high­-quality LED lights–offers a Heavy–Duty Swivel LED Utility Light Bar that can be used for many purposes, including task, counter, accent, and general room lighting. The 21 1/2­-inch LED utility light swivels 180 degrees for direct illumination where it’s needed in RVs, boat cabins, trailers, campers, and emergency vehicles.

This utility light uses 12 Edison LEDs to produce low­cost, energy­efficient lighting. Consuming just 10 watts of power, the LED light emits 740 lumens of cool white illumination at 6500K color temperature. A fluorescent fixture with comparable light output would consume 70­75 watts. The LED utility light operates within a wide 12­-28 VDC range and is designed to last 30,000 hours–three times longer than a fluorescent fixture.

The heavy­-duty LED light has an aluminum housing with an On/Off rocker switch and an acrylic lens. A 16­-inch power wire allows for easy connection to existing vehicle wiring, and durable zinc alloy end caps have screw mounting holes for surface installation on walls or ceilings. Four screws are included for mounting.

Super Bright LEDs has been providing customers with 13 years of excellent service, expertise, and quality LED technology. Independent test labs along with the knowledge base of trained experts and engineers allow them to provide dependable information and products. For more information about the 21 1/2­-inch Heavy­-Duty Swivel LED Utility Light Bar, other LEDs, or Super Bright LEDs, visit www.superbrightleds.com.

Heavy Duty Swivel LED

The 21 1/2-inch LED utility light swivels 180 degrees for direct illumination where it’s needed.

Super Bright LED logoContact: Max Zofness
Marketing and Web Outreach
Super Bright LEDs
Max­z@superbrightleds.com

Super Bright LEDs, Inc.
4400 Earth City Expressway
St. Louis, MO 63045

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