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LED 3000K Outdoor Up & Down Lantern AZT

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This LED outdoor wall downlight features smooth lines, a modern look and a Textured Architectural Bronze finish.

Safety Rated: Wet
HCWO: 6.25"
Title 24: Yes
Color Temperature Range: 2950-3130
Weight: 4.10 LBS
Base Backplate: 5.00 X 5.00
Delivered Lumens: 550
Max Wattage/Range: 15W
Width: 5.00"
Height: 12.00"
Lamp Included: Integrated
Extension: 6.50"
Voltage: 120-277 V
Energy Efficient: Yes
Light Source: LED
Kelvin Temperature: 3000 K
Max Watt: 15W
Delivered Lumens: 550
# of Bulbs/LED Modules: 1
Color Rendering Index: 90
Expected Life Span: 40000 Hours
Finish: Textured Architectural Bronze

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