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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Lights

Lumitec Andros Courtesy Lights

Description

The Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light is suitable for cockpits, hardtops, or illuminating helm stations.

Features

  • Completely Sealed
  • IP67 Compliant
  • Illuminate Counters, Stairs, Or Companionways
List Price
$19.95
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$18.95
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Details

Lumitec's Andros line of accent/courtesy lights are compact, attractive, surprisingly bright. With a housing of passivated, hand polished or powder coated 316 stainless steel, use inside or out. Choose white, red, or blue light output to illuminate counters, stairs, or companionways. Completely sealed and IP67 compliant, these lights are also suitable for cockpits, hardtops, or illuminating helm stations. 

Specifications:

  • Voltage: 10 - 16vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 45mA
  • 24vDC Amps: NA
  • Correlated Color Temperature: NA
  • Color Rendering Index: NA
  • Rated Watts: 2
  • Lumens (White):19
  • Operating Temp (°F): -31 to + 131 F
  • Operating Temp (°C): -35 to +55 C
  • Width: 1.00" (2.54cm)
  • Height: 1.00" (2.54cm)
  • Depth: 0.50" (1.27cm)

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lumitec Andros Courtesy Lights 101044 Andros Courtesy Light, Stainless Steel Housing, Blue Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - White Powerder Coat Housing - Warm White Light 101224 Andros Courtesy Light, White Powdered Coat Housing, Warm White Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - White Powder Coat Housing - Red Light 101048 Andros Courtesy Light, White Powdered Coat Housing, Red Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - White Powder Coat Housing - Blue Light 101047 Andros Courtesy Light, White Powdered Coat Housing, Blue Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - Stainless Steel Housing - Red Light 101045 Andros Courtesy Light, Stainless Steel Housing, Red Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - White Powder Coat Housing - White Light 101046 Andros Courtesy Light, White Powdered Coat Housing, White Light
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Lumitec Andros Courtesy Light - Stainless Steel Housing - White Light 101043 Andros Courtesy Light, Stainless Steel Housing, White Light
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