LLB-53BA-81-00

Lunasea LED Anchor Light

Lunasea LED Anchor Light

Description

The Lunasea LED Anchor Light features an emergency strobe, auto daylight turnoff for anchor, and a removable bird spike.

Features

  • Miniature Waterproof Connector
  • Maintains Full Brightness as low as 10VDC
  • Removable Anti-Bird Spike
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$173.08
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Details

Lunasea's Anchor/Strobe LED navigation model has the added features that you asked for, and more.
This lightweight fixture, made of machined aluminum weighs just 140 grams (4.9 ounces). The waterproof connector is only 0.38 inch wide for easier cable routing.
The glass lens assures excellent light transmission for the life off the product. With state-of-the-art EMI circuitry this light will not affect your VHF equipment. And last but not least, we hard anodized the unit to withstand harsh saltwater environments.

  • Anodized Machined Aluminum
  • Ultra-light Weight, only 4.9 Ounces
  • Glass Lens
  • Two Wire Hookup



Voltage Range: 10-40VDC
Power Consumption: 4 Watt
Light Output: 2NM
Enclosure: Machined Aluminum - Removable Aluminum Bird-Spike
Wiring: 2 Wire
Infrared Light Sensor Daylight Auto-off for Anchor (does not effect running or strobe)

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Lunasea LED Anchor Light LLB-53BA-81-00 LED Anchor Light
$173.08
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