62040-4002

Jabsco Remote Control Searchlights

Jabsco Remote Control Searchlights

Description

The Jabsco Remote Control Searchlight is a complete drive unit enclosed in light housing.

Features

  • Single Control Lever for Vertical and Horizontal Movement
  • Internal Brake System Holds Beam Firmly on Target
  • Dual Speed Control for Precise Beam Movement
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Features: 

  • On-off and spot beam selection from a single switch.
  • Exclusive Clutch-A-Matic feature protects drive unit against overload. Can operate for extended periods against limit stops without harm. Light head may be moved manually without damage to the drive unit.
  • Includes control with on-off, dual speed control, and single control for vertical and horizontal movement.
  • Head: Brass
  • Base: Brass 
  • CandlePower: 230,000
  • Range @ 1 Lux: 2431 ft
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