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Underwater boat light Great White GW20
for yachtsLEDthrough-hull

underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats, for yachts
Light source
LED
Mounting
through-hull, flush
Hull material
for aluminum hulls, for fiberglass hulls, for steel hulls, for wooden hulls
Other characteristics
multi-color, bronze, aluminum

Description

Great White GW20 Overview Thru Hull Interchangeable LED Underwater Boat Light The Great White GW20 Underwater LED Light produces 14,600 fixture lumens and has almost unlimited mounting options thanks to a ultra low profile bezel (4mm) and internal driver system. Thru Hull mounting offers secure fixing with the additional benefit of a removable LED cartridge to eliminate the need for hauling. Suitable for transom and side mounting on all hull types. Simple installation thanks to our inbuilt driver technology, just two wires to connect. Reverse polarity protection with active thermal control, Guard X protective coating prevents marine growth. RINA Type Approved Specification Suitable for transom and side mounting Thru-Hull interchangeable requires 101mm entry hole Max Lamp Lumens 16000 / Fixture Lumens 14,600 Typical LED life expectancy 50,000 + hours Voltage 24v, Power Draw 5.1A For Main Voltage systems purchase our 110/240V PSU Over voltage, current, reverse polarity, active thermal protection Fixture profile 4mm Fixture diameter 140mm Fixture Length 170mm Lens: optical grade 8mm Borosilicate glass,65 degree beam angle Body AB2 Bronze throughout Weight 5.2kg/11.44lbs 2 years warranty Delrin Isolation Sleeve Kits must be used if fitting into Steel, Aluminium or Carbon hulls

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