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L-15W-UV: 15-Watt UV LED Light Bulb - 395nm

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15-Watt UV LED Light Bulb with standard screw-in base. Uses 110V AC up to 240V AC. 395 nm UV wavelength and uses only 15-watts of power. All aluminum heatsink body to dissipate heat. Includes 45-degree spot lens as well as 60-degree diffused flood lens.

$199.99

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 12-Watt UV LED Light Bulb with standard screw-in base. Uses 110V AC up to 240V AC. 395 nm UV wavelength and uses only 12-watts of power. All aluminum heatsink body to dissipate heat. Includes 45-degree spot lens as well as 60-degree diffused flood lens.

Additional Information

SKU L-15W-UV
Manufacturer No
UV Spectrum (nm) No
Socket Base No
Bulb Type No
Voltage No
Lumen No
Wattage No
Beam Angle No
Dimmable No
Expected Life Span No
Dimensions 4.75" Diameter x 4.75" Length
1.35 lbs

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