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Drago PAR38 Track Adaptors

Drago PAR38 Track Adaptors

 

 

 

Model No.

Product Name

Description

68DP-TRA-382WT

Drago PAR38 2-Wire Track

Use for Drago PAR 38 Bulb
2-wire Track Adaptor
Open Air
Can also Use Drago PAR30, Comet 7 PAR30 and Comet 12 PAR 38

68DP-TRA-383WT

Drago PAR38 3-Wire Track

Use for Drago PAR 38 Bulb
2-wire Track Adaptor
Open Air
Can also Use Drago PAR30, Comet 7 PAR30 and Comet 12 PAR 38

68DP-TRA-384WT

Drago PAR38 4-Wire Track

Use for Drago PAR 38 Bulb
2-wire Track Adaptor
Open Air
Can also Use Drago PAR30, Comet 7 PAR30 and Comet 12 PAR 38

68DP-TRA-38USWT

Drago PAR38 US Type Wire Track

Use for Drago PAR 38 Bulb
2-wire Track Adaptor
Open Air
Can also Use Drago PAR30, Comet 7 PAR30 and Comet 12 PAR 38


 

Track Adaptor Wire

Drago PAR38 Track Adaptor Drago PAR Track Adaptor US

Drago PAR Track Adaptor 2 Wire Track

  • Last modified on Wednesday, 16 April 2014