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Banner Engineering Corp.: High-intensity LED spot lights for general purpose, task lighting

Banner Engineering’s WL50S High-Intensity LED Spot Light, an extremely bright, sealed spotlight designed for use in general purpose applications, provides a long-lasting useful life when used within its specifications.
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Constructed with three high-intensity LED bulbs, the WL50S Spot Light effectively illuminates a selected area with an even pattern of light and no shadows. The WL50S offers three lens options—ranging from ± 5° to ± 20°—which offer varying levels of spotlight intensity to meet diverse application requirements. Features a 50 mm diameter with a flat profile and 30 mm mounting base, and a large selection of accessory brackets for simple mounting and alignment.  IP69K-rated, rugged sealed housing, makes the WL50S well suited for harsh wash-down environments, including applications in the food and beverage processing industries. Operates with a supply voltage of 12 to 30Vdc and is available in cabled and quick-disconnect models.

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