Attwood 2-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Stainless Steel Housing

Attwood 2-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Stainless Steel Housing
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2-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Stainless Steel Housing
Part #: 3820R7

Attwood's 2-Mile Stainless Steel sidelights are made with a rugged 316 stainless steel cover for outstanding resistance to impact and corrosion. For use on boats up to 65.6 ft. (20 meters).

  • 2-NM USCG, 112.5 degree light visibility
  • Smooth contour prevent lines from snagging on housing
  • A single external stainless steel lock screw attaches cover to base, permits easy disassembly for servicing
  • Stainless steel electrical contacts will not corrode
  • Cover design and integral gasket seal out water; make installation and maintenance simple
  • Includes efficient, high-output 10-watt bayonet lamp
  • Tinned 7" wire leads make it easier to make a permanent, corrosion-resistant connection
  • Compact size allows installation on confined decks
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Attwood 2-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Stainless Steel Housing 3820R7 ATTWOOD SIDELIGHT RED 12V W/ STAINLESS HOUSING TWO MILE
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