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is anyone aware of a specific catalog, free or otherwise, that contains single, rectangular wall-mounted flood lights?  the default catalog contains two variations of floodlights but they both have a round profile and it won't meet the needs of my presentation.

 

Thanks

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It can be, but might look funny, as it tilts up.  It looks like it is meant to be installed in the ground.  Sorry about that.  I found a free one in Sketchup's 3D warehouse.  I've attached here.  You can import it into Chief, size it to your liking, and change the color as well.

If you want it to light up, you can add a light source to it.

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