Maxim 87881BK

3 Inch 3500K LED Add-On Disc Light from the CounterMax Collection

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Features:

  • Part of the CounterMax MX-LD Series
  • Includes (1) 18" MXInterLink2 cord and installation hardware
  • Can link up to 30 discs without additional hardware
  • Cool to the touch polycarbonate housing
  • Requires no additional driver
  • Fully covered under Maxim's 5-year limited warranty
  • UL Listed for Dry Location

Specifications:

  • Height: 0.875"
  • Width: 3.125"
  • Bulb Base: Integrated LED
  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Bulb Included: Yes
  • Number of Diodes: 24
  • Wattage: 1.7
  • Watts Per Bulb: 0.07
  • Voltage: 120v
  • Color Rendering Index (CRI): 75
  • Color Temperature: 3500K
  • Lumens: 130
  • Average Hours: 40000

This product is an add-on only. Must be added to Starter Kit:

  • 87883 - 3 Light Disc Starter Kit with (3) Discs, (1) Power Cord and (2) 18" Cords

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*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.


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