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Solarforce L2P + PFlexPRO 22 Mode Group 1.9A LED P60 Drop In
Solarforce L2P + PFlexPRO 22 Mode Group 1.9A LED P60 Drop In

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Our Price: $65.00

Product Code: L2P-1.9






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Description Technical Specs
Solarforce L2P host with PFlexPRO 1.9A 22 mode group drop in installed. This drop in includes the interchangeable contact system.The 1.9A power level is great for longer run times. 1.9A is also an excellent choice for the high CRI emitters like the Nichia 219C 90+ CRI and the 219BT 93CRI. High CRI emitters tend to have lower efficiencies at higher power levels.
The PFlexPRO 1.9A drop in has 22 user selectable mode groups...you can choose memory or no-memory groups...ascend or descending order groups with various output levels. There's even a mode group with 'High Only'. The drop in will be installed using a dual copper wrap to enhance the already excellent thermal properties of the PFlexPRO drop in. The PFlexPRO NG Nichia 219 drop in now has 22 user selectable mode groups and interchangeable contacts.

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The AR lens will increase the output by about 6%.
The Micro-Textured lens will smooth out the beam and increase the output by about 6%.

Additional copper wraps are available as an option. The drop in has been installed with a copper wrap and it can be reused several times.
The additional copper wrap sets are available to wrap other P60 drop ins you may already have.
Each copper wrap set consists of 12"x5/8" 4mil copper and 4"x5/8" 2mil copper.

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excellent March 24, 2016
Reviewer: Sam  
I absolutely love this light. The color rendition is just gorgeous. The beam profile is a perfect blend of spot and flood, and suitable for a wide range of everyday tasks. Randy's craftsmanship and attention to detail are really refreshing - it was clear that he wanted to make sure I got the best light for my needs.  

(And if you're wondering, like I did, the pulse-width modulation is totally unnoticeable even on the lowest settings.)

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