LED lamp for outdoor signage

The 2.5 W Wet-Listed Marquee LED lamp is designed to replace inefficient incandescent and cold-cathode fluorescent (CCFL) lamps for outdoor signage applications at hotels, casinos, restaurants, resorts, and amusement parks.

09/02/2014


The 2.5-watt LED lamp is ETL wet-listed and designed to replace inefficient incandescent and cold-cathode fluorescent (CCFL) lamps for outdoor signage applications at hotels, casinos, restaurants, resorts and amusement parks.The 2.5 W Wet-Listed Marquee LED lamp from MaxLite is designed to replace inefficient incandescent and cold-cathode fluorescent (CCFL) lamps for outdoor signage applications at hotels, casinos, restaurants, resorts, and amusement parks. The LED Marquee Lamp uses 2.5 W as a retrofit for standard incandescent. The LED lamp produces minimal heat during operation and reduces cooling costs in indoor applications. The warm white LED marquee lamp switches on instantly to full brightness, alternately rotated or programmed for chasing applications. The lamp is designed with a collimator that projects an omnidirectional lighting pattern, including backwards. The LED lamp operates on 120-V electrical systems.

MaxLite 

www.maxlite.com



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