Phoenix Presents SturdiLED Floodlight

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, November 18, 2013

Phoenix Products Company, Inc. announced the SturdiLED Series. The mid-level LED floodlight offers an AC or DC driver with multiple output options ranging from 1,600-2,900 lumens. The two optical packages, 28° and 45°, accommodate a variety of applications including davits, life raft stations, embarkation lighting, deck winch lighting, deck mounted cranes (OSV, PSV), and various other demanding marine applications.

Phoenix utilizes marine-grade die cast aluminum housing with a powder coat finish for additional protection against corrosion. The rugged shock mount base delivers durability that can stand up to even the harshest applications. The SturdiLED also utilizes a replaceable, impact-resistant and UV-stable lens, as well as a conformal coated circuit board and fully potted driver.

Designed, engineered, and manufactured in the U.S.A., the SturdiLED carries a five year limited warranty. The fixture is ETL listed to UL 1598 and 1598A, IP67 rated, and is pending for CE Certification. The SturdiLED comes in six finish options including black, gray, white, bronze, silver and green. Numerous repair parts are also available.

The SturdiLED Series provides significant maintenance reduction, energy savings and instant-on lighting to reduce downtime. The floodlight is 18W-37W and replaces up to 100W HID floodlights. A Deutsch connector is also offered on DC models for ease of installation.

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