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Cutting Edge Technology - Rigid Industries has revolutionized the lighting world by our combination of LED technology and cutting edge electronics, extremely durable housings, and highly efficient, patented optic systems. All Rigid Industries LED lighting components feature:
Get More for Less - Increase your light output and decrease your power consumption. Light is measured in Lumens per watt - the amount of light produced for every watt of electricity used. Rigid Industries LED Lights produce very high light output and require very little power to run them. This eliminates the need for additional power and reduces the drain on your battery compared to tradition lighting.
50,000+ Hour LED Lifespan - LED's are solid state devices with no moving parts. This means they are able to withstand shock and vibration better than traditional Halogen, HID, and Xenon lights. Rigid Industries LED Lights have a lifespan of more than 50,000 hours, compared to Halogen and Xenon lights which typically last up to 1,000 and 5,000 hours respectively. In any environment, Rigid Industries LED's are the logical choice.
Built to Last - Rigid Industries LED Lights are manufactured to withstand the harshest environments that mother nature can dish out. Our LED lights are made with only the highest grade materials available. Rigid Industries' manufacturing process ensures LED Lights that are resistant to water penetration, shock and vibration. Touch them once, then sit back and admire the performance for the life of your boat. Everything should be this simple and enjoyable.
Clear & Consistent - As traditional light bulbs age, their color, consistency, and brightness diminish. New replacement bulbs will look noticeably different compared to the remaining bulbs. Customized LED binning ensures only the highest consistency of LED color and brightness for our LED products. Rigid Industries LED Lights start up quickly and efficiently with little battery draw. HID and Xenon technologies quickly drain huge amounts of current at start up in order to power the bulbs.