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Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light - LED - 35 Watt - Extra Wide Flood Beam - 4" Round - Qty 1

Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light - LED - 35 Watt - Extra Wide Flood Beam - 4" Round - Qty 1

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Extremely bright, rugged LED utility light produces 3,696 raw lumens in a 60-degree flood beam. High light output and low power consumption make it an ideal OE upgrade for commercial or industrial vehicles. Lowest Prices for the best work lights from Vision X. Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light - LED - 35 Watt - Extra Wide Flood Beam - 4" Round - Qty 1 part number XIL-UMX4060 can be ordered online at or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Vision X Work Lights - XIL-UMX4060

  • LED Light
  • Pedestal Mount
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  • White
  • Round
  • Flood Lights
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  • Wide Flood Beam
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Extremely bright, rugged LED utility light produces 3,696 raw lumens in a 60-degree flood beam. High light output and low power consumption make it an ideal OE upgrade for commercial or industrial vehicles.


  • LED utility light produces a bright flood beam
    • Extra-wide 60-degree beam is ideal for low-speed industrial, commercial, and fleet applications
  • Superior light output from (7) 5-watt LEDs
  • Maximum efficiency with minimal heat
    • Premium LEDs with 50,000-hour life spans are driven to 90 percent of light-emitting potential
    • Electronic thermal management allows for highest potential light output at all times
    • Channeled fins on housing let heat quickly dissipate
  • Durable, weather-resistant construction
    • Rugged, black powder coated aluminum housing is lightweight and rustproof
    • High-tensile 304 stainless steel hardware withstands vibration
    • Impact-resistant polycarbonate lens has scratch-resistant coating
  • Easy installation with included components
    • Universal, single-bolt, pedestal-style bracket provides a sturdy mounting base and lets you adjust the angle
    • Pigtail wiring harness has an industry-standard, triple-sealed Deutsch connector


  • Quantity: 1 light
  • Diodes: 7
  • Wattage: 35 watts
  • Power draw: 3.8 amps
  • Input voltage: 11V - 65V DC
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Light Output:

  • Effective lumen output: 2,590 lumens
  • Raw lumen output: 3,696 lumens
  • Beam: extra-wide 60-degree flood


  • Approximate dimensions: 4-1/2" diameter x 5-1/2" tall x 3" deep
  • Mounting depth (center of mounting bolt to rearmost point of housing): 1.1"
  • Weight: 2.65 lbs

Vision X XIL-UMX4060 Dimensions

Upgrade your commercial or industrial vehicle's auxiliary halogen light to this Vision X LED utility light and never look back. This extremely bright, 35-watt light uses precision optics to shoot out an extra-wide 60-degree flood beam. It delivers more light output with less power consumption than a typical 100-watt halogen light, maximizing work time while minimizing downtime. In addition to delivering maximum usable light and stellar efficiency, this light also gives you the same look you've come to expect from similar, industry-standard halogen and HID commercial or industrial fleet lights. So you won't have to sacrifice the look that you want to get the visibility that you need.

Extra-Wide 60-Degree Flood Beam

The beam pattern of this light is great for seeing out in front of you as well as off to both sides, making it an excellent multi-purpose driving light. It is ideal for low-speed, off-road driving applications and industrial applications where being able to see what's ahead of you is important but being able to see in your periphery is vital.

Superior Light Output

Lumens are used to measure the amount of usable light that is put out by a light source. Raw lumens represent the number of lumens that the manufacturer claims the LED is capable of producing. It does not include the light's drive method or the amount of light lost from the lens or reflector. Effective lumens take these factors into account and represent the number of lumens that are actually produced by the complete light assembly, not just the amount of light that the diode is capable of producing. This utility light has a 3,696 raw lumen capacity and produces 2,590 effective lumens for ultra-bright light.

Maximum Efficiency, Minimum Heat

This LED light delivers maximum efficiency at all times and always activates immediately, giving you steady, powerful, and reliable light every time you hit the switch. You'll see the difference the first time you fire this light up. Unlike HID lights, this light doesn't need to warm up to achieve its full brightness. And unlike halogen lights, this utility light doesn't require that you change out the bulb due to a blown filament.

Premium LEDs

Vision X LED

Not all LEDs are created equal. Vision X uses only top-grade LEDs to ensure that their lights deliver maximum efficiency. Lower-grade LEDs, which make up a large portion of the market, produce more heat at the same wattage and have a much shorter life span.

Electronic Thermal Management

Although LED lights typically produce far less heat than halogen or HID lights, heat is still the biggest enemy of an LED. Because of this, many LED lights on the market are only driven to 60 percent of their potential to avoid overheating, electrical spikes, and premature failure. Vision X controls and combats heat with electronic thermal management (ETM). This allows the lights to be driven to 90 percent of their potential.

Vision X Circuitry

The ETM system monitors each LED's heat level to keep the light operating at a safe temperature, which maximizes its efficiency and life span. If the ETM senses that the LEDs are getting too hot, it dials back the current, lowering the light's output while still keeping the LEDs fully functional and protected against burnout.

Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light Heat Sink

This Vision X light is also built with an advanced heat sink to help dissipate heat. The heat sink has a channeled design that allows for convection-style cooling. The channels create a non-mechanical fan - outside air is sucked into the heat sink at one end and flows out of the other end, taking hot air produced by the light with it.

Rugged, Weatherproof Design

Vision X lights are incredibly durable, yet still lightweight. And they are thoroughly tested and protected against voltage spikes; damage from water, shock, or particulates; and interference with radio reception and vehicle wiring.

The Utility Market Xtreme has a rustproof, black powder coated aluminum housing and a tough, impact-resistant polycarbonate lens with a scratch-resistant coating for maximum strength and durability.

The 304 stainless steel mounting hardware resists vibration to keep the light firmly in place, and it won't rust or corrode.

And the included 2-wire harness has a triple-sealed, industry-standard Deutsch connector.

9118307 VisionX Utility Market Extreme Round LED Light - 35W - Wide Beam

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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Vision X Lights Utility Market Xtreme Light Installation - 1999 Hummer H1

Today on our 1999 Hummer H1, we'll be installing the Vision X Utility light. That's 4 inches round, and it's 35 watts. Part number XIL-UMX4060. These Vision X lights are extremely bright, and a rugged LED utility light that produces 3700 raw lumens in a 60 degree flood beam. They are a high light output and a low power consumption that makes it ideal for OE upgrades for commercial or industrial vehicles, or off road vehicles. These run at maximum efficiency with minimal heat, with the aluminum housing.

There are seven 5 watt LEDs in the housings. The premium LEDs that are installed in these lights are rated for 50,000 hour lifespans, and overall they're made out of a durable weather resistant construction. The lens is impact resistant polycarbonate that is scratch resistant. There is a rugged black powder coated aluminum housing that is lightweight and rustproof, and the high tensile stainless steel hardware withstands vibrations while going down the road. You can hard wire these lights, or use the Vision X wiring harness, as we're going to today. Now, the first step to installation, is actually installing the lights.

Since the Vision X lights do come with stainless steel hardware, we're going to use some Loctite Anti-Seize, part number LT37616. This will help the stainless hardware from getting dulled up when tightened. Now we're ready to mount our lights. Since these are universal utility lights, it's really up to you where you want to mount them. For this application, there we're some brackets welded on here, to the down tubes here on the Hummer.

Drill a couple holes on top, and then we can mount our lights through it. As you see, they'll be mounted in this orientation. They are adjustable, so as needed, you can loosen up the hardware and move them in the direction you need. Before we put our hardware on, again, we're going to use some Anti-Seize here on the stainless hardware. Bolt, through our hole we drilled. I'll install the washer, and the lock down that comes with the install kit for your light.

Then I'm going to take 11/16ths socket, and snug those down. There are tabs here, on our bracket, that'll hold your bolt in place. If those won't hold, you can just take a wrench, put it on top to hold that in place as you tighten it down. Now we're going to go ahead and tighten down this bolt. Just take a 1/2 inch socket and a 1/2 inch wrench, and we can snug that one down. Now it's nice and secure, and for this application, we're going to be installing two of these lights. I'll go over to the post on the other side, and do the same thing. Now that we have our lights installed on our Hummer, we can now start with the wiring. The wiring harness we'll be using is the Vision X Wiring Harness for Dual Vision X lights, 10 feet long, part number P-HARNESS2XIL. This to run two Vision X lights. Now, here we have our new wiring harness. You have your wire coming out of the relay, that's your 12 volt power that has a fuse on the end, another wire that extends out that has your switch on it, also with a fuse, a ground wire, and then the two plugs for your lights. For this application, the relays are kind of close to the plugs, and we want to put the relay underneath the dash, so we're going to trim the two power wires for our lights, and extend this with one wire back up to our relay. Now this will get run underneath our dash, and once we get our wires ran for our lights and the plugs, we can wire them back into our relay. We'll set that aside for right now, and work with our light and our plugs that go into the back. The nice thing about these Vision X harnesses, and the lights, is they are universal. You can go ahead and switch out your lights to different Vision X lights if you want to, and use the same harness. All you have to do is unplug it and plug it into your new light, and they work. I'm going to take my wire and our plug and route it through the soft top here. You can see the roll bar that the lights mounted to, and run your light plug through. Now that we have our wiring harness, with our plug ran to the outside, we can plug it into the back of our light. Now we'll go to the other side, route our wiring harness to the outside and plug it into our light, and then we can start splicing our wires and making our connections. First, we do the ground. Since it is a Hummer, it is made out of aluminum, so we're just going to go ahead and go to this panel right here that was behind the seats. The seats have been removed on this application, and a couple of the panels. Take a self-tapping screw, go through the metal right here, and it's grounded. Now I'm going to extend our red wire over to the driver's side so we can make our connections. Strip it back, add a butt connector, take some 14 gauge black wire, and run it with some factory wiring underneath our panels to the driver's side, giving us a nice, clean install look. Just unroll our spool a little bit, throw it to the driver's side just so we can gauge our length, strip it back, and add it in to our butt connector. Now I'm just going to take some electrical tape, to protect our connection. Now that that connection is made, we're going to run it to the driver's side. We're going to take a couple of these plastic appearance panels off so we can get access, so we can ground our wire to the metal behind it, and so we can run our wire from the passenger side to our driver's side. Near the top, there's two Phillips head screws we'll remove. Once you get those two removed, this panel will come off. Then there's two plastic flat head fasteners here, at the bottom. Just take a flat head screw driver, unscrew those. Unscrew those two, pull them off, and then you pull this panel off. Then you get in the bottom panel here, just has two Phillips heads that we can remove. Slide that panel out of the way. Now, you have a couple options running your one wire from the passenger side to the driver's side. You can try to go behind the appearance panels here, you can take the screws off and go all the way. We're just going to go ahead underneath the edge of the carpet right here, which goes underneath the appearance panels, and once we get it ran across, we can just tuck it up underneath here to give us a nice clean look. Again, we just use a piece of airline tubing. I can put my wire in there, use some electrical tape to hold it in there as we pull it through, and then go to the driver's side and pull our wire out. Now we have our wire ran from our passenger side light, and we can now hook it into our driver's side light so we can make our junction to go to the front, towards the relay. I'm just going to use a zip tie here, and tie it off to our factory wiring, just to secure it. Once we get everything buttoned up, I'll come back and trim off our excess zip ties, to clean up our install look. Again, take our wire coming out of our light plug that has a ring terminal on it, and ground it to the metal behind our seat using a self-tapping screw. Then I'm going to strip back this wire, which will be our power wire, then add our two power wires into a butt connector coming from the back, and then run a wire from the butt connector up to the front, back into our relays. There's some sheathing here over our wire. I'm just going to trim that back so we can get access to our red wire coming from the driver's side light, and strip that wire back so we can add our butt connector. I'm going to take our wire that came from the passenger side, measure it out, trim it up, and then we can put our two wires together into a yellow butt connector. Now, we have our new length of wire that we'll run up to our relay for our two lights. Strip it back, put in our butt connector that connected the two lights together, and crimp it down. Use some electrical tape to cover up that connection point, just to protect it from dust, debris, and moisture. Now, we're going to run the jumper wire. I'm going to do it underneath here, of our kick panels, just to give it a nice, clean install look, so we can run it behind it. There are a couple of Phillips head plastic fasteners that we can undo to loosen it up, and run our wires a little easier. Now, to get our wire past our column here, and our seat belt pull down, I'm going to undo a couple of these Phillips head screws on each side of the pillar. That'll let us move the panel back a little bit to run our wire and our pull wire. Now I'll go to the other side, and do the same thing. You start running your wire, and once we have it where we want it over here, we can just tuck it behind our trim panels going down. You can just take a flat blade screwdriver to help you back behind there, to clean up your install look. This will just help you hide the wire as you run it. Now we can reinstall the fasteners that held down these hold down points here, and that'll keep our wire nice and tucked away here, in the back seat compartment. Now we can continue running our wire here, around our seat belt, and down into the driver's side kick panel and scuff panel, and up to underneath the dash. Now for our light wiring harness. There's two 12 volt sources we have to hook up, one coming from the switch, and one coming from the relay that powers the lights. Since they are already connected into the wiring harness, the only ground we have to get into the engine compartment from the inside is right here, and that opening's not big enough for our fuses. I'm actually going to take a length of wire, and add a ring terminal on it, to our 12 volt source, run it through the grommet to the inside, cut the ring terminals off of our two 12 volt sources that need to go into the relay, and put them into a butt connector onto this one wire, going to our 12 volt source underneath the hood. There's two studs here, and those both get inaudible 00:11:08 12 volt power, and that's where we're going to go to. We'll have our wire going from there to the inside, into our two fuse holders. If you use your pull wire, and you push it through this grommet, it should come out right along the kick panel on the inside. I'm going to then take my piece of black wire, that'll be our 12 volt source wire, put it into my pull wire, and then pull it to the inside. You just want to make sure you leave enough out here that when you put your ring terminal on it, you can go to your 12 volt stud right here. Now our very last step will be actually hooking up to our 12 volt power source, but I'm going to put a ring terminal on this right now, just to get that out of the way. Then we can run it over to our power source, kind of gauge where we need to be, and then zip tie it off. Set it aside for right now, and then hook it up with the bigger unit. Now we can pull the rest of the slack out to the inside. Bam. Now we need to bring in our wiring harness, and install our switch and start making our electrical connections. Right here, we have a switch that we have some Vision X lights installed on the front of it. We're actually going to put our new switch right next to it. To gain access to the inside of the dash, there's four screws holding this gauge cluster right here, and when you take that out, you can get your hand in there. Screws out, and hold onto those so we can reinstall it once we get our wiring harness installed here, underneath the dash. Just set that up on the dash, out of the way, and that'll give you access here to the inside. Now we'll go to our knee bolster underneath here, and there's an access panel. You just undo, twist it. You can take that off, and that way we can bundle up our wires underneath here, and run the wires that we need to for our wiring harness. Next, I'm going to drill a hole in our dash for our switch. We mounted it right here, next to the other switch we have in our dash. Take a 1/2 inch drill bit, and make our hole. You want to start out slow, because this a hard plastic, so it doesn't like to drill real easy. It likes to tear, so just start out slow and work your way to 1/2 inch. Take the nut and the star washer, and our other washer off our switch, and check to see if it'll fit, and it will. Before we put it in there, our 12 volt power off our relay has a fuse in it to protect it, and a ring terminal. In most applications, this will be underneath the hood, and you connect your ring terminal right to your 12 volt source. For this application we ran the wire so we could hook everything underneath the dash, so I'm going cut this ring terminal off and put in a butt connector with our other fuse, in coming off the switch. If needed, just trim this one back here, just a little bit more, so you have more wire to wrap around the other one. Next, I'm going to take our black wire that we ran from underneath the hood and put a ring terminal on. That'll be our 12 volt power source. As you see, it's along the kick panel right now, but I'm going to route it back underneath the dash and up through this open compartment. That's where our fuse holders will sit, if we ever need to change our fuses, and so we can mount our light to the dash up here. This is the wire that's coming from underneath the hood, that'll be our 12 volt source. I'm going to trim it to length, strip it back, and then add it to the butt connector that we just connected our two inline fuses from our wiring harness to, and then crimp it down. Then I'm going to take some electrical tape, wrap that up, just to protect it from dirt, debris, and moisture. Now that we have those connected, I'm going to actually unplug the two wires from the back of our switch, and then route it up here to the top and make our connections back again, just so I don't have to try to route our switch all the way up underneath the dash. I can just make it right here, and put in another access hole. I can then take a pull wire, route it here through the dash, and underneath, and pull our two wires up. Plug our spade terminals back into our switch, and then install our switch into the dash. Now all we've got to do is reinstall the star washer and the nut, and we've got our switch right here, next to the switch we already had installed. Nice, clean, out of the way, and easy to get to. Now we only have a couple more connections that we need to connect. We'll take the two red wires coming off our relay, those we're originally attached to the light connectors that we cut so we could mount our relay underneath the dash. We'll go ahead and strip both these back, and put them into a butt connector. Now I'm going to take our wire that we ran from the back of the vehicle that connected the two lights, that we ran along the threshold, and run it here underneath the dash, so we can make our connections and then bundle everything up underneath the dash. Hide the rest of our wire underneath our kick panel, and clean up our install look all the way around. Now that I have it ran underneath the dash, I'm going to trim it off, strip it back, and then we can add it into our butt connector that we just put on our two wires coming out of our relay. Again, take some electrical tape, wrap that connection up. Our last connection we need to make is the ground coming off our relay, so I'll find a nice spot underneath the dash to do that, take it to the firewall, and just use a self-tapping screw and attach it. Now that our ground's attached, we can take our relay and all our extra wires, bundle them up, and then zip tie them underneath the dash. If you want to, you can trim this wire down to fit it to your application. If you don't want to put any more splices on it, all you've got to do is bundle it up. Trim off our excess zip tie just to clean up our install look. Now I'm going to tuck our wires underneath our dash, and then use a zip tie to secure. Trim up our excess, and we can reinstall our fuse panel cover. If you ever need to change the fuse, you have access underneath the dash here, and at the top we already took our gauge cluster out, so it is a nice place to put all your excess wiring. We're going to also reinstall our gauge cluster. The last step is to hook up our 12 volt power. Now, do the nut here, install our ring terminal, and reinstall the nut. With our 12 volt power hooked up, we can go ahead and test our new lights. Just flip the switch, and you can check out your new utility lights. As you can see, they are a super bright LED light that'll allow you to see behind you in a utility situation. Of course, you don't want to use these while you're driving, but if you're having an off road situation where you need to see behind you, or need extra light out on the trail, these will definitely do the job. Now, with our new Vision X lights installed, we can go ahead and hit the road. That'll do it for our look at the Vision X Utility Market Extreme light LED with a 35 watt capacity, part number XIL-UMX4060, on our 1999 Hummer H1. .

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Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light - LED - 35 Watt - Extra Wide Flood Beam - 4" Round - Qty 1 - XIL-UMX4060

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Extremely bright, rugged LED utility light produces 3,696 raw lumens in a 60-degree flood beam. High light output and low power consumption make it an ideal OE upgrade for commercial or industrial vehicles.

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Good quality. Mounted these on the front of my boat for night running, and they work well. eTrailer was great to order from.

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Good quality. Mounted these on the front of my boat for night running, and they work well. eTrailer was great to order from.


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    There are LED lights similar to the incandescent round utility light # TL10CB though the lights are designed to be either flood beams or spot beams and not a combination of the two. For a spot beam I recommend taking a look at the Vision X Utility Market Xtreme Light - Wide Spot Beam # XIL-UMX4025, which gives you a LED spot beam with a 25-degree width, has an effective lumen output of 2,590 lumens and measures 4-1/2" diameter x 5-1/2" tall x 3" deep. The flood beam I recommend checking...
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