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Heretic Studios 20,000 Lumen LED Light Bar - 30

  • Model: LED-30-STD
  • Units in Stock: 12
  • Manufactured by: Heretic Studios

$1,348.00

Bigger isn't always better as is the case with this 20,000 lumen LED light bar. Coming in at just under 27 inches long, 2 inches tall this light outperforms any 40 inch or 50 inch LED light bar currently on the market. Part of the Heretic LED series this light combines 3 of our ultra-bright 6500 lumen LED lights within a modular framework allowing customers to separate the light in 10 inch sections should they wish. The light is literally handmade in the USA. Everything from the lens, to the collectors, to the reflectors, to the circuit boards powering each LED light these are the most custom, most powerful and most breathtaking lights money can buy.

The 20,000 lumen light features the following:

 

6061 billet LED housing, billet backplate, billet powerstrip, billet collectors

 

 

Bright dip anodize w/three colors available (Charcoal, black and orange)

 

 

weighing just under 7lbs it is the lightest 30 inch LED Light bar on the market

 

 

Proprietary chipset, collectors, lenses and heat sink designs allow for uninterrupted run times even in a standing room setting

 

 

Can be broken down in 10 inch sections and then reassembled for use as a 30 inch LED light bar

 

 

lowest dollar per lumen ratio in the industry

 

 

Limited edition designs and colors available

 

 

Variety of mounting brackets available

 

 

Thinnest, most powerful light on the market

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The light bar comes with three available color options for the bezel rings found on each LED cylinder. These colors are: black, charcoal and orange. Custom colors are available for both the light housing and the bezel rings at an additional charge. Mounting brackets not included.

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    This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 23 February, 2012.

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