FLAT LED is designed for wide area illumination using state-of-the-art, high output LEDs and specially designed optics to produce intense, wide area illumination in confined spaces. With an overall depth of only 7/8”, the FLAT LED doesn’t cut into available space. And the IP67 protection rating assures that it is safe for use in conditions where equipment must be carefully sanitized – where water, chemicals, high pressures and temperatures can prove fatal for electronic circuits and instrumentation. Also available now, FLAT LED for Automated Manufacturing – a surface-mounted FLAT LED with even brighter 7000K – 10000K wide area illumination!

  • Six high-output LEDs
  • 50,000 hours maintenance-free operation
  • Low power consumption with intensely bright light
  • Precision optics provides 60° beam spread
  • Available as recessed or surface mount
  • Sealed IP67 protective rating 
  • High-resistance coating against heat, wear and corrosion
  • No heat generated in the direction of the light beam
  • No stroboscopic effect


IP67 stands for “Ingress Protection 67.” It is a standard rating that indicates the level of protection an electronic device or enclosure offers against the intrusion of solid particles (like dust) and liquids (such as water). The IP rating is followed by two numbers:

First Digit (6):

This digit represents the level of protection against solid particles. The “6” indicates that the device is dust-tight, meaning it offers complete protection against the entry of dust or other solid particles.

Second Digit (7):

This digit represents the level of protection against liquids. The “7” indicates that the device is capable of withstanding immersion in water up to 1 meter (about 3.3 feet) deep for at least 30 minutes without any harmful effects.

IP67-rated machine light is completely dust-tight and can be submerged in water for a limited time without being damaged. This rating is often used for devices that need to operate in challenging environments or conditions where exposure to dust and water is a concern.