This connector of spotlight in cross, is an accessory of black colour to make crosses of rails between LED rails of 4 ways / three-phase, because it incorporates four electrical conductors that allows to feed the 3 circuits of independent ignition with which it counts the three-phase rail. Used to connect two sections of three-phase track (3 ignitions), extending the straight and branching with another section of track, to the right or left at an angle of 90 degrees respectively. Made of PC, a high quality and resistant material. It measures 165 mm long x 165 mm high, with a cross shape.
|Medidas||165 x 165 mm|
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Prendeluz S.L. has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is to improve the competitiveness of SMEs and thanks to which it has launched an International Digital Marketing Plan with the aim of improving its online positioning in foreign markets during the year 2021. For this it has had the support of the XPANDE DIGITAL Program of the Chamber of Commerce of A Coruña.
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Prendeluz has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is to improve the use and quality of information and communication technologies and access to them and thanks to which it has been able to invest in integral management and web analytics for the improvement of competitiveness and productivity of the company. Process dates: 24/12/21 - 23/06/22. For this it has had the support of the TiCCámaras2021 of the Chamber of Commerce of A Coruña
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Financiado por la Unión Europea - NextGenerationUE