Underwater boat light 2LT 016 830-001

underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
underwater boat light
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Application domain
for boats, for yachts
Light source
Hull material
for aluminum hulls, for fiberglass hulls, for steel hulls, for wooden hulls
Other characteristics


Supercharged with 6000 lumen light output, the Apelo A3 is the ultimate in the Hella marine Apelo Underwater Light range. The A3 model has an improved formula with double the light output, maximizing the vibrant blue or intense white, or full spectrum RGBW* color. The RGBW version includes dedicated white light emitting LEDs, adding brighter and more intense white light to your RGB underwater lighting. Both versions sport the Edge Lighting Apelo is known for. Optical intelligence is at the heart of Hella marine lighting, and Apelo is no exception. Intelligent optics spread light across the water without losing light to the depths, projecting wide across the transom. With the addition of Nickel-silver to the extremely corrosion resistant housing, the Apelo A3 is perfect for permanently submerged installations on larger boats and ships. Suitable for fiberglass, timber, steel, and composite hulls. Only mount on aluminum hulled vessels with a suitable isolation spacer. Made in New Zealand and backed by Hella marine’s 5 year warranty, Apelo Underwater Lights are built to last. *Connect Apelo RGBW lights to an RGBW lighting controller for unlimited colour selection (Not supplied). Options and Part Numbers: White Lens - 2LT 016 830-001



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