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Lumitec SeaBlazeX Underwater Lights

Lumitec SeaBlazeX Underwater Lights

Description

The Lumitec SeaBlazeX Underwater Light is constructed of a carefully formulated bronze alloy with a designed underwater service life of more than 50 years.

Features

  • Circuitry Is Completely Self-Contained And Tested To Rigorous Military Standards For EMI, Transient Voltages, Temperature Extremes And Mechanical Shock
  • Exclusive Thermal Technology Ensures The Light Can Operate Above Water Indefinitely Without Damage
  • No Longer Limited To Wide Flat Transom Areas
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Ever since the SeaBlaze line of underwater lights has established the industry benchmark for performance, quality, and value. Introducing the new standard: SeaBlazeX. Completely surface mount, the SeaBlazeX housing is constructed of carefully formulated bronze alloy with a designed underwater service life of more than 50 years. The circuitry is completely self-contained and tested to rigorous military standards for EMI, transient voltages, temperature extremes, and mechanical shock and vibration. Exclusive thermal foldback technology ensures the light can operate above water indefinitely without damage. And with a lower profile and smaller footprint than most other lights, mounting options are no longer limited to wide flat transom areas.

  • Voltage: 10 - 30vDC
  • 12vDC Amps: 3.6A
  • 24vDC Amps: 1.7A
  • Correlated Color Temperature: 6500
  • Color Rendering Index: NA



CE Certified
IP67 Certified
USCG Certified

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