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星星之火 “Sparks Of Fire” Lamps

星星之火 “Sparks Of Fire” Lamps



 Sparks Of Fire Lamps

"A single spark can start a prairie fire" was a sentence used by Mao Zedong in his letter to Lin Biao in early 1930 to describe the revolutionary situation and future of China at that time. In the long-term guerrilla struggle, some people in the Fourth Red Army had doubts about how long the red flag could be raised, and Lin Biao wrote a letter to Mao Zedong expressing his confusion. Mao Zedong stated in his reply, "Here comes an old Chinese saying: 'A single spark can start a prairie fire.' This means that although there is only a small amount of power now, its development will be very fast. It not only has the possibility of development in China's environment, but also has the inevitability of development. From then on, 'a single spark can start a prairie fire' has become a representative exposition of China's revolutionary power from small to large, from weak to strong, and ultimately achieve complete victory.".

Mounting Upright or pendant
Voltage 5V DC
Maximum Power Consumption Pencil Beam: 36W (2.7A @ 12V / 1.4A @ 24V)
Maximum Power Consumption Edge Light: 4W (300mA @ 12V / 150mA @ 24V)
Maximum Luminous Intensity 113,000 candela
Light Performance 1 Lux @ 330m
Beam Angle 8° x 4°
Protection Reverse polarity and transient spike protection / IP 6K7 (Protection against dust and temporary water immersion) / IP 6K9K (Protection against dust and high-pressure/steam jet cleaning)
Cable Length Pre-wired with 2.5m of tinned multi-core cable
Bracket Polished 316 stainless steel
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