5040R7

Attwood Pulsar 1-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Black Housing

Attwood Pulsar 1-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Black Housing
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Pulsar™ 1-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Black Housing
Part #: 5040R7

Twist/bayonet lock design secures lens and cover to base. Includes a 9-Watt (#906) wedge base lamp and 7" wire leads for connection to 12 VDC power supply. Installs directly to deck with two #10 fasteners. Cover and lens conceal installation fasteners and seal water out of lamp and hull. For use on boats up to 39.4 ft. (12 meters)

Features:
  • Smooth contour prevents lines from snagging on housing
  • Black Housing
  • Stainless Steel electrical contacts will not corrode
  • Includes 9-Watt wedge base bulb
  • 1-NM USCG , 112.5x light visibility
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Attwood Pulsar 1-Mile Deck Mount, Red Sidelight - 12V - Black Housing 5040R7 ATTWOOD PULSAR SIDELIGHT RED 12V W/ BLACK HOUSING ONE MILE
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