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Beam spread configurations range from the narrow spot to the vertical wide flood, combined with three inserts (two oriented horizontal or vertical) for providing 12 different light distributions.
An electric start located at the operator's station is standard on the RTX150 and the narrow footprint allows the unit to fit into narrow spots and through backyard gates with a footprint that measure only 35 inches wide.
It will provide high-data rate internet services for public and private users in the Middle East, Africa and South West Asia with state-of-the-art Ka-band multi spot-beam technology, achieving cost-effective bandwidth supply through 61 narrow spot beams.
Adams went through a narrow spot and was out of her kayak when she came up against a log and became stuck underwater.
Try Au Naturale's tall and narrow spot and leaf detail vases, both pounds 8, Kelly Hoppen at BHS's embossed wave vase, pounds 21, or Jane Packer's rose orchid relief vase, pounds 25 at Debenhams.
The width of beam depends on the design of the lamp and can vary from a narrow spot beam to a wider flood beam.
Can be retracted to allow movement in narrow spots.
Imagine traversing a giant maze whose sharp turns and dead ends affect not your feet but your head, whose quirky narrow spots bring the wall to within inches of your face.