|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 4 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||126|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Cree-3w/pcs|
|Vehicle Service Type||ATV, SUV, UTV, Truck, Trailer|
Lumitek 1PCS 185W 9 Inch Driving Light Round Led Off Road Lights Spot Beam Work Light Fog Light Roof Bar Bumper for SUV Boat 4x4 Jeep …
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- 9250LMS illuminate your road in the darkness , which will give you a more safe and comfortable driving experience.
- Portability and versatility with a tough, aluminum cover,withstand dust, vibration and high temperatures and it is waterproofing.
- Operating Voltage: 10-30V DC Suitable for most of vehicles,Off-road Vehicle, ATV, SUV, UTV, 4WD, Jeep, Boat
- Waterproof: IP 67 Lifetime: 30000 hours above life time according to the professional test
- You will get : 1 x 185w led work light,necessary mounting bracket,12 month warranty
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LED Power:185W 9250LMS/PCS;
Operating Voltage: 10-30V DC
Waterproof rate: IP 67
Material: Diecast aluminum housing
Lens material: PC
Life: 30000 hours above life time
Indoor & Outdoor uses,
Back up light,
Off Road Lighting,
Truck,Trailer Interior & Exterior Lighting,
Garden, Backyard Lighting,
Package included :
1 x 185w led work light
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UPDATE: After about a year, the two 18W units I ordered started having issues. When one failed, I asked for a replacement under warranty and was sent one. I took the other dead one apart and discovered that all the LED chips are in parallel, so if one starts to fail, the others are sent too much current and also fail. I bought some replacement leds from an electronics distributor (CREE JK2835AWT 6V) and soldered them in. They are slightly brighter than the original LEDs were when new and use 2/3 as much power (since the original chips were 9V instead of 6V at the same current). I also found that the driver chip is a PT4115 which has an analog dimming input. I wired a potentiometer in and now can control the brightness of these lights. The dimming input can also be used to make these into strobe lights.
Overall, they are not marketed entirely truthfully and are not designed for longevity, but can be easily modded to be significantly better.
"I ran the lights in parallel from a common relay. One light works as it should the other flickers and is not quite as bright. Not sure as to why one works great the other is eh. There is no way of contacting anyone to determine a path of correction."
The vendor did contact me
They addressed the issue, made it right without even blinking an eye. I will buy from these guys again. They are really great to work with.
MK Watson, Ohio