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LED Panel Light Provides High Intensity & Wide Viewing Angle

June 1, 1999
Designed to mount in a 17/32" diameter hole, the DDP 1732 Series of high luminous intensity LED panel lights comes in red, amber, green, blue, and white and in any voltage from 5 to 120 vac, dc or bipolar. The devices' 0.39" diameter Fresnel lens

Designed to mount in a 17/32" diameter hole, the DDP 1732 Series of high luminous intensity LED panel lights comes in red, amber, green, blue, and white and in any voltage from 5 to 120 vac, dc or bipolar. The devices' 0.39" diameter Fresnel lens maximizes viewing angle and light dispersion.The series consists of a cluster of three red or amber LEDs, or one green, blue, or white LED. This configuration of solid-state LEDs produces uniform illumination regardless of color. Combined with a tinted or clear Fresnel lens providing secondary optics, the series produces high intensity light that's evenly distributed over a 160° area.

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