Pool Astrolite 120V 500W 30 Ft SS Face Rim - SP0583SL30

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Model # SP0583SL30

By Hayward Pool Products

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Model # SP0583SL30

Warranty 1 Year on Parts

Product Description

Hayward AstroLite

Available in a choice of attractive face rim models, from an injection-molded patterned design, made of rugged, non-corrosive glass-filled polypropylene; to a smooth, machine-polished stainless steel design, AstroLite Series light fixtures come standard in a wide range of voltages, wattages, and cord lengths to satisfy virtually any installation. Combined with Hayward`s niches, no other pool lighting system provides such value.

SP0583L30 AstroLite (thermoplastic)
SP0583SL30 AstroLite (stainless steel)

Features

  • Patterned, thermoplastic or smooth, stainless steel face rim designs for corrosion-free performance
  • E-Z Lock™ clamp and reflector assembly for simple relamping
  • Blue lens available on SP0584 and SP0583 with stainless faceplace only. 30', 50', and 100' cord lengths.
  • 12 Volt, 100 and 300 Watt, 120 Volt, 300, 400, and 500 Watt models for any installation requirement
    100% tested for safety and quality assurance
  • U.L. Listed for fresh water (Guide No. WBDT. File No E39338)

Product Notes

Note: AstroLite Series light fixtures mount in the following fixture housings (niches) only:
SP0600U/SP0600 DuraNiche Concrete
SP0607U/SP0607 DuraNiche Vinyl/Fiberglass

Dimensions: 10 3/4" Wide and 7 15/16" Deep

1 Year Warranty on Parts
Note: SP0600 and SP0607 Niches are no longer manufactured.

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Available in a choice of attractive face rim models, from an injection-molded patterned design, made of rugged, non-corrosive glass-filled polypropylene; to a smooth, machine-polished stainless steel design, AstroLite Series light fixtures come standard in a wide range of voltages, wattages, and cord lengths to satisfy virtually any installation. Combined with Hayward's DuraNiche PVC niche, no other pool lighting system provides such value - all at the lowest installed cost.

Features:

Corrosion-free, thermoplastic or smooth, stainless steel face rim design
E-Z Lock clamp and reflector assembly for simple relamping
12 Volt, 100 and 300 Watt, 120 Volt, 300 and 500 Watt models for any installation
100% tested for safety and quality assurance
U.L. Listed for fresh water (Guide No. WBDT. File No E39338) 

  • 1 year warranty 

    Available in a choice of attractive face rim models, from an injection-molded patterned design, made of rugged, non-corrosive glass-filled polypropylene; to a smooth, machine-polished stainless steel design, AstroLite Series light fixtures come standard in a wide range of voltages, wattages, and cord lengths to satisfy virtually any installation. Combined with Hayward's DuraNiche PVC niche, no other pool lighting system provides such value - all at the lowest installed cost.

    Features:

    Corrosion-free, thermoplastic or smooth, stainless steel face rim design
    E-Z Lock clamp and reflector assembly for simple relamping
    12 Volt, 100 and 300 Watt, 120 Volt, 300 and 500 Watt models for any installation
    100% tested for safety and quality assurance
    U.L. Listed for fresh water (Guide No. WBDT. File No E39338) 
  • 1 year warranty 

Product Specifications

Watts:
500 W
Volts:
120 V
Cord Length:
30 ft.
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?     Asked on 5/1/2016 by Ken

What is the difference between the lights for the 12v vs 120v? Wire size? What light sock socket does the12v use?

A     Answered on 5/2/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alan M.

Some areas of the country require a low voltage 12 Volt light, others a 120 Volt Light, so before installing a light it is best to find out what your local code states. If you do not know the code in your area you can always install a 12 Volt light to be on the safe side. Typically you have 120V power coming from your house when using a 12 Volt light you would purchase a transformer to drop the voltage coming from the house down from 120V to 12V going to the light, so now you have less voltage going to the light. If you do not know your voltage, try the following techniques to find this information: 1.) Look on the face of the light bulb for the voltage rating. 2.) Look to see if you have a transformer wired before the light. If you have transformer then you have a 12 Volt Light. 3.) Check the light housing where the cord connects, there will be a label specification of your light. The brightness of a 12V and 120V will be the same.

?     Asked on 3/12/2015 by mahmoud badih

Is the face rim stainless steel 314 or 308?

A     Answered on 3/17/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Robert M.

Hell Mahmoud - Hayward uses 304 stainless steel on the face rims.

?     Asked on 6/1/2006 by Guest

Is it possible to replace the light housing while using the existing electric cable?

A     Answered on 6/1/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

You cannot use your existing light cable.  You will need to pull the new cord through the conduit on the new light.

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