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ACR RCL-75 Searchlight

ACR RCL-75 Searchlight

Description

The RCL-75 searchlight dual lamp design provides reliability when you need it.

Features

  • Dual lamp design
  • Heavy-Duty gear teeth and electric motors
  • Desiccated filter
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$380.00
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$252.66
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  • Dual lamp design provides redundancy, reliability-works when you need it
  • Bright, powerful halogen beam with 3 h x 5 w beam spread
  • Easy-to-install Point Pad-style joystick control
  • Robust, function-and feature-rich searchlight is easy to install
  • 7-wire wiring harness, 17' length
  • Electronics located in water-resistant light head, instead of traditional light base location, for protection from water accumulation
  • 45° down pitch ocular design provides enhanced visibility when docking
  • 18° up pitch to illuminate draw bridge towers, etc.
  • Lamps easily replaced by removing top cap to access rear light assembly
  • Desiccated filter dries air; protects reflector and light assembly
  • Innovative "direct drive" system eliminates uncontrolled light movement in choppy conditions
  • Heavy-duty gear teeth and electric motors

ACCESSORIES:

  • Recessed/Surface mount Point Pad remote control; replacement bulb Product No. 9403;
  • Replacement light assembly Product No. 9404
  • Secondary Point Pad™ (P/N 9428)
  • Stackable 1" riser (P/N 9427)
  • 2nd station cable harness (P/N 9426)
  • Second station harness adapter(P/N 9442)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
ACR RCL-75 Searchlight 1946 RCL-75 searchlight with point pad, 12v
$252.66
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
ACR 55W Replacement Bulbs 9403 55W Replacement bulb for RCL-75 searchlight, 12v
$22.87
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ACR 2nd Station Point Pad Control 9428 2nd Station point pad control for RCL-75
$70.63
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ACR Cable Harness 9426 17 Foot cable harness for RCL-75 with waterproof connector
$72.19
In Stock
ACR 2nd Station Harness Adapter 9442 2nd station harness adapter for RCL-75, splitter
$126.48
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