Power: 55 W
ADJUSTABLE DECK MOUNT SPOT LIGHT Water resistant. With remote control. 420°/ up-down 120°. Spare remote control is available with code 1271.
Power: 200 W
DOUBLE ELECTRIC DEEP SPOT LIGHT Handling by remote control. Rotation 355˚, elevation 70˚.
Power: 100 W
Remote controlled swivel light beam for marine use, waterproof, with fibreglass reinforced nylon flat base with electrical pin and socket internal connection. 360° horizontal movement and 260° vertical ...
Power: 100 W
Remote controlled swivel light beam for marine use, waterproof, with fibreglass reinforced nylon base and Ø 24mm mounting bush. Support foot in stainless steel with electrical pin and socket internal ...
Power: 48 W
Professional LED waterproof search light in aluminium, PMMA and stainless steel. Supplied with remote command and its battery and with 3 meters cable. Power supply : 9-30 VDC Lighting power : 4.300 lm Colour : Neutral ...
Power: 27 W
... 5500-6300K • Effective Lumen: 1600LM • Wattage: 27W • Voltage: 10-30 VDC • Rotation: 355° & E 70° • With RF remote control, remote control distance: 50M • With 4M cable • IP67 • 4/CTN Item ...
Power: 21 W
... 5500-6300K • Effective Lumen: 545LM • Wattage: 20.5W • Voltage: 10-30 VDC • Rotation: 355° & E 70° • With RF remote control, remote control distance: 50M • With 4M cable • IP67 • 4/CTN Item ...
Power: 50 W
"LED Type" Portable Remote Control Spot Light ( Wireless) • Material: Water resistant plastic, PC lens • LED Type: 10 x 5W "CREE" Cool white LED • LED Lifetime: 50000hrs • Beam Angle: 8° • Color Temperature: 6000K • ...
Power: 110 W - 140 W
Designed for installations through cabin roofs. - Two reflectors and two halogen bulbs on separate switches - Two 12V / 55W or 24V / 70W bulbs - 360° rotation. 30° vertical adjustment - Extended front edge for protection of the glass lens
Power: 250, 1,000 W
The DHR350 searchlight is the largest searchlight manufactured by Den Haan Rotterdam. The silver plated mirror is superior compared to chrome plated or polished aluminium reflectors. Available with a ...
Power: 200 W
The DHR260 Metal Halide searchlight is the most powerful and has the longest range of 1800 meters. The housing comes with a silver plated parabolic mirror with adjustable focus giving it superb optics. The Remote ...
Power: 250 W
The DHR260 Halogen searchlight is fitted with superb optics; a silver plated parabolic mirror with adjustable focus giving it a range of 1100 meters with a very narrow beam. The Remote control RCN is ...
Power: 2,000, 1,600, 1,000 W
... 80uM. Ingress protection IP56 (DIN40050). Weight - searchlight 1000W 58 kg Weight - searchlight 16 W 58 kg Weight - searchlight 68 kg Weight - pedestal 14,5 kg Applications The ...
Power: 50 W
... or use as backup light. Model No.: 60020 Series 60020-0000135SL Remote Control Searchlight Voltage12 (Vdc) Amp Draw 3.6 (amp) 60020-0024135SL Remote Control Searchlight ...
Power: 1,000 W
... soda-lime glass lens // parabolically lead coated silver glass mirror // standard fitment: heater, thermostatically controlled // electric remote focus
Power: 50 W
... Durable Integrated Motor Black / White Color DC 12V & DC 24V Both Wired & Wireless remote control Automatically return to home position when searchlight is switched off. Housing : Acrylonitrile ...
Power: 55, 70 W
... small commercial vessels, this rugged searchlight features the same salt water resistant construction as pricier models, along with the feature-rich Point Pad™ fingertip remote control (one included, ...
Power: 1,600 W
... Optional Heater System * Quality Ball Bearings * 110 or 220 Volt Power Supply * Remote Control Pane XR Series Xenon Searchlights are designed and manufactured to meet the ...
Power: 250 W - 1,000 W
... C with cabin control, deck mounting Type D with cabin control, pedestal mounting Type F with electric remote-controlled pan and tilt gear SN2.1 and control unit STG1 for flush mounting optionally: ...
Power: 35 W
... military grade illuminating IP 69k joystick. 1MM Yacht Beam Searchlight 1 Million CD Remote-Controlled Searchlight (12/24V) Twin, 35-watt, Metal Halide HID lamps ...
Power: 3, 2, 1 kW
Application Bridge wing Chemical processing and industrial areas Protection degree IP56 Materials Body : Stainless steel Arm : Steel zinc coated Front glass : Heat and impact resistant glass Finish Body : White epoxy powder coat and ...
Power: 500 W - 1,000 W
Features Note: Remote Electric Control Units have all of the features listed above and also the following: Mounted on Rugged Motorized Base with Horizontal and Vertical Clutch Assemblies Anti-Condensation Heater ...
RADIORAY® MODEL 2000 (white) 2051 (black) with Programmable Wireless Remote Package Includes: • Programmable Wireless Remote • Mounting Hardware Unit Size: 7" x 7" x 6.5"
... directed upwards and also when it is oriented down. Easy mounting thanks to the fitted fast connections.Complete of water-proof remote control and quick lead 4 mt.
Power: 55 W
Search Light 24VDC for Searchlight Operating Panel AHD-SLP Sanshin searchlight HR1012 with 2 powerful halogen lamps and remote controllable positioning in horizontal and vertical axis. Product ...
How to choose this product
A remotely controlled floodlight is a powerful, directional spotlight for illuminating a vessel's deck and its surroundings. It is used for nighttime search or maneuvers, and can be operated via a portable remote control or remote control panel.
Such devices are found aboard merchant ships and professional boats of all sizes, as well as leisure craft, sailboats and powerboats, alike.
Large ships and recreational vessels use floodlights of different size, range and design. Ships models take the form of industrial gear, sturdy but not very attractive. Most are stainless steel or aluminum, watertight and impact-resistant.
Certain models used on the largest ships are explosion-proof. Small spots use halogen bulbs, while the most powerful versions have krypton or xenon bulbs. They can be controlled from a panel mounted on a partition or an instrument console, or via a wireless remote control.
How to choose
Some floodlights pivot through 360°, while others have a more limited range of movement. Ships spotlights are powered by 110 or 230 V alternating current, while those on leisure craft models use 12 or 24 V direct current.