Altman 75W Focusing Flood  (277V)

Altman MF277 75W Focusing Flood Light (277V AC)

Altman MF277 75W Focusing Flood Light (277V AC)

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Altman 75W Focusing Flood  (277V)

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The Altman 277 Volt Micro Flood is a lightweight soft-edged spotlight designed to produce narrow to wide beam spreads up to 15' away. This 220 volt fixture utilizes the popular MR-16 family of dichroic reflector lamps which are ideal for lighting floral arrangements, window displays, and nightclubs. This light is also used in homes and art galleries, for accent lighting.

Provides a 54 footcandles beam of light 4.4' in diameter @ 15' with a spot bulb.

Provides a 9 footcandles beam of light 12' in diameter @ 15' with a flood bulb.

The narrow-to-wide beam spreads are a result of the type of MR-16 lamp that is selected and installed.
Adapters are available separately for mounting the Micro Floods onto track lighting systems.
Die-cast aluminum construction, with black epoxy finish
Dimmable, thermal and short-circuit protected 12 volt transformer
Change bulb without tools
Accepts 3.25" diameter accessories
In the Box
Altman MF277 75W Focusing Flood Light (277V AC)
  • Pipe clamp (510M)
  • Color frame (MCF)
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Rating 75W, 4000° Kelvin
    Socket (Lampholder) GX5.3 with heat shield
    Lens (Condenser) None
    Reflector (Mirror) In bulb
    Mounting Pipe clamp, 1/2" Bolt hole
    Yoke Double bladed aluminum fork
    Cable 6' with Edison plug for 220 voltage
    Focusing Bottom mounted heat resistant knob
    Weight 3 lb (1.4 kg)
    Dimensions 8.5 x 3.5 x 4.25" (22 x 9 x 11 cm)

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