LUMITEC Razor Light Bar Flood Light
Razor Light Bar - Flood - Flush Mount - White
The World’s FIRST flush-mount light bar. Razor was carefully designed to be easily integrated into most existing hardtop, arch, and pilothouse designs – typically with little or no modification to production tooling.
Razor is designed to drop into a contoured pocket molded into a hardtop, radar arch, brow, or other surface. Alternatively, use Razor’s surface mount kit for a sleek, low profile installation on existing flat or slightly crowned tops. Mount forward or aft, horizontal or downward facing. In all installations Lumitec’s careful thermal analysis and self-venting design puts an end to ‘pod’ mounted lightbars, which can overheat and damage surrounding composites in hard tops. Flood and spot/flood beam patterns ensure the light goes where you need it.
Advanced Thermal Management
Razor has been designed and analyzed as a complete system – with careful consideration of the top in which it is mounted. This means that Razor delivers maximum performance while protecting hardtops and pods from dangerously high temperatures.
80% Lower Profile Than Most Other Light Bars On The Market
Razor’s integrated design delivers more power with a cleaner, more streamlined look. Up to 80% more streamlined in fact. As the images to the right demonstrate Razor allows builders to eliminate light pods which must be molded and added separately, saving many hours of costly finishing labor. Razor simply drops into an as-molded recess. CAD models of mold plugs or tooling inserts may be provided upon request.
- 10,000+ TRUE lumens output
- Surface mountable on top or inverted
- Dimmable with no additional dimmer switch required
- Available with two beam patterns (spot or flood)
- Low profile (1.5") with sleek streamline design
- Powder-coated die-cast aluminum construction
- Voltage: 10-30V DC
- Dimensions - 17.8" Length x 1.5" High x 3.5" Depth
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.