10W | 24V DC | LED Marine Flood Light | 120 Degree Beam Angle - Watt-a-Light

10W | 24V DC | LED Marine Flood Light | 120 Degree Beam Angle

  • $59.75

Our Watt-a-Light 10 Watt 24V DC LED floodlight produces an impressive 1150 lumens, offering bright illumination with highly efficient energy use.

The Watt-a-Light LED floodlight is perfect if you want a wider beam angle than a spot light. The beam casts roughly 120 degrees. This 24VDC flood light has a waterproof junction box and cable gland which make it a perfect option for outdoor use, and comes with over 6 feet (2m) of cable. It uses a single high quality LED from a major Taiwanese supplier, which makes this light a steal for the price! 

The housing is aluminum and the screws and bracket are crafted from stainless steel. This floodlight is available in two distinct color temperatures of your choice. 4000-4500K emits a 'softer' light with a subtle yellow tint, while the 5000-5500K option offers no yellow or blue tint to the light output.

Note: This floodlight also work with 12 volt systems.  The acceptable voltage range is from 10-30V DC. 

Specifications for use with 24V systems:

Voltage: 22 - 30 Volts DC
Watts: 10
Amps: 0.8
Colour Temperature: 4000-4500K or 5000-5500k
Unit Efficiency: >91%
Lighting Source: 1 pc of Bridgelux SMD CHIP
CRI: Ra >80
Working Temperature: -40C ~ +55C
IP Grade: IP65
Life Span: > 50,000 Hours
Weight: 1.1 kg
Lumens: 115lm/W, 1150 lumens
Dimensions: (4.5 W x 3.5 H x 4.25 L inches) (11.43 x 8.9 x 10.8 cm). 
Beam Angle Width: Covers 2.8 times the distance (from the light, to the object being lit).
Brand: Watt-a-Light®

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Franklin B.

great light for the money

Franklin B.

great light and great service

Ken F.
Solar lights on a large veranda in Fiji

Excellent customer service. This is a very good waterproof light that covers a wide angle, which is perfect for outdoors in a marine environment. They are only 60 feet from the beach, so they have to work in salty air and not use much power - we are totally off the grid, 24VDC is nice because we don't have to run power through an inverter and suffer power losses.