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ACR Remote Controlled Searchlights

ACR Remote Controlled Searchlights

Description

The ACR Remote Controlled Searchlights are designed for small pleasure craft to large commercial vessels.

Features

  • Includes a fingertip remote control Point Pad; up to three remote Point Pad units may be installed on system; surface/flush mount options included
  • Salt water-resistant construction with nylon and phenolic washers, aluminized stainless steel screws with insulating lubricant
  • Wiring harness Included
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$1357.00
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$866.17
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