Model # SP0581S30
Warranty 1 Year on Parts
Alternate Part #'s HAY-30-721, HAYSP0581S30, SP581S30
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.
SP058015 AstroLite (thermoplastic)
SP0583SL30 AstroLite (stainless steel)
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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will this light fit a Hayward sp 555 niche
I'm looking just for the light bulb fixture with a 30ft cable length. Is it possible to just purchase the assembly or would I need to purchase a complete light fixture?
Jorge, You will need to purchase a complete light fixture. We do not sell the "light can" by itself.
I am looking for an equivalent for this light SP0581S30.
What I am looking is for less watts that can fit in the same enclosure
Hi E Gomez, The Astrolite 300 Watt 12 Volt 30' Cord Light is the lowest wattage light, you can use the Universal ColorLogic Pool Light 12V 30' Cord (LPCUS11030).
Can I buy just the stainless steel face ring for this pool light?
Yes you can. Here is a parts breakdown for the Astrolite: Hayward Astrolite Parts BreakdownFind the part that you are looking for and our item #. Then go back to our home page Inyo Pool Products and enter our item # into the search box located on the upper left hand side of the page. This will bring up the part including the price. You can then add it to your shopping cart.
Is it possible to replace the light housing while using the existing electric cable?
You cannot use your existing light cable. You will need to pull the new cord through the conduit on the new light.