Dialight ProSite Floodlight

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Level 36
Tower 42
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England
EC2N 1HQ
United Kingdom
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Dialight ProSite Floodlight

In the industrial world you have to be tough to survive, introducing the all-new ProSite Floodlight from Dialight: versatile, rugged, dependable, the performance you can trust for the toughest industrial environment.

Our new ProSite Floodlight series helps workers perform their tasks safely and efficiently, exposing risks before they happen. Low maintenance mechanical designs optimised to stand up to the elements. The latest LEDs have advanced optics and control enabled features,  multiple outputs, mounting options, accessories and optical patterns featuring a unique new moulded optic are available.

The simple four-screw access to the wiring box means installation is quick and easy. The highly efficient fixture will save lighting-related energy costs for the long haul.

ProSite will keep your site safe and secure with bright, near daylight illumination.

Water, dust, debris, high heat and vibration are no match for this rugged fixture that features our industry-leading 10-year warranty, industrial know-how and powerhouse performance.

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