Focus Industries DL-22-BRT 12V 20W Aluminum Swivel Adjustable Bullet Directional Light - Bronze Texture

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Brand: Focus Industries Model: DL-22-BRT Condition: New

Focus Industries DL-22-BRT Directional Lights

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About the Focus Lighting DL-22-BRT, 12V 20W Aluminum Swivel Adjustable Bullet Directional Light - Bronze Texture

Improve the look and interest of your landscape areas using high quality landscape fixtures from Focus Lighting. The Focus Lighting DL-22-BRT is a low voltage fixture that connects easily to any 12V power source (typically requiring a low voltage transformer). The style of the DL-22-BRT is a fully adjustable swivel mount type fixture with directional angled collar, perfect to add spot lighting to tress, bushes, flower gardens, waterfalls, ponds, and more. The aluminum extension cap (included) encases a tempered glass lens which protects the fixture from water splashes, dirt, or tampering.

Features:• Heavy-duty spun aluminum Bullet
• Adjustable cast aluminum swivel
• Clear tempered glass with high temperature silicone O-ring gasket
• High temperature ceramic GU5.3 bi-pin with 250C silicone lead wires
• Black 3 foot 18/2 zip cord from base of fixture (12v. only)
• FA-05 Quick Connector (not supplied) from fixture to main cable (12/2, 10/2 or 8/2 only) 12v. only
• FA-03 9" ABS stake threaded 1/2" NPS mounting
Specifications:• Dimensions: Diameter-2 1/2", Head-5 1/2"
• Wattage: 20W (50W Max.)
• Voltage: 12V
• Lamp: MR16 FL (BAB); 5000 hours average rating
• Finish: Bronze Texture
• Model: DL-22-BRT

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