Underwater LED Boat Light - High Intensity LED Underwater Lights - 12 Watts - 1080 Lumen
Part # LEDUL4 Price: $289.00
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The LEDUL4 Underwater LED Light from Larson Electronics produces 1,080 lumens of light while drawing only 12 watts @950mA on a 12 volt electrical system. This rugged and compact underwater LED light is designed as a powerful and more efficient, more durable and more versatile alternative to traditional 55 watt underwater halogen lights.
The LEDUL4 Underwater LED light is designed to replace traditional 55 watt halogen underwater lights and outperforms them by producing 20% more light while using only 1/4 as many watts of power. This unit contains four LEDs and produces 1,080 lumens of pure white light while drawing only 12 watts at slightly less than one amp from a 12 volt electrical system. Available in blue and white colors, this underwater LED light is submersible to 6 feet and unlike most halogen lamps designed for submersion, will not be damaged by operation out of the water.
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The housing on this light is constructed of aluminum hard coated with clear anodize and designed to be surface mounted to the hull while a small 1/2 inch protrusion containing the power wires extends through the hull, allowing the unit to be wired from the other side. This mounting method protects the wires from abrasion and intrusion from water while also greatly reducing the size and or amount of holes that must be drilled in the hull for installation. The wiring connections are made with an included 4 foot wire ending in a female 2 pin Deutsch connector. This underwater LED light can be operated on voltages ranging from 10 to 30 volts DC without any modifications, external drivers or device hardware necessary. USCG certified for use in demanding marine environments, this lamp is ideal as an underwater boat hull light while its ability to operate out of the water without damage gives it the versatility to be used as a dock light, deck light, cabin light or anywhere above the waterline the user deems appropriate.
Mounting: Mounting is accomplished with three through holes and screws for securing the light to the hull. A 1/2 inch base extension in the center of the light containing the wiring connections passes through the hull for secure through surface wiring. In boating applications the operator can drill a 1/2 inch hole in the hull and insert the base mount, passing the base extension through the hull. The wire connections can then be done inside the hull. The wires or points of ingress around the wire are thus not exposed to the water and protected against chafing or damage from rubbing against the edges of the mounting hole. We also carry an alternative underwater LED Boat Light that is submersible to 60 meters you can view here.
Specifications / Additional Information
|LEDUL4 Underwater LED Boat Light
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|Lamp Type: LED
||Brighter than a 55w halogen |
|Dimensions: 3.91 "-Diameter 1.17"-Depth
||Versatile, no damage from dry use |
||Anodize coated aluminum housing |
Voltage: 10-30 VDC
Spot Beam: 18L x 11`W
|Low 950mA amp draw |
|Mounting: Surface Mount
||Waterproof to 6 feet|
|Wiring: Female 2 pin Deutsch Connector
||USCG certified for marine environments|
|Amps: 950mA (on 12 volts) 475mA (on 24 volts)
|LED Life Expectancy: 50,000 hours
|Materials: Aluminum Housing- Anodized Finish
||Special Orders- Requirements|
||Contact us for special requirements |
||Toll Free: 1-800-369-6671|
3 year warranty replacement on this LED light. After 30 days, the customer ships the failed LED light and/or LED bulb to Larson Electronics at their expense. If the failure is a manufacturer defect, we will ship a new replacement to the customer. If failure occurs within 30 days of receipt, Larson Electronics will provide a return label via email to the customer. When the failed light is returned, Larson Electronics will ship a new replacement.
|Part #:||LEDUL4 (1793)|
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