SPL-12B

Marinco Wireless Remote Spot Lights

Marinco Wireless Remote Spot Lights

Description

The Marinco Wireless Remote Spot Light features a universal snap-in mounting system and can be mounted upside down.

Features

  • Universal 12/24V Circuit With Bright 100W, H3 Halogen Bulb
  • UV Resistant, IP56 Weatherproof ABS Housing And Lexan Lens
  • O-Ring Sealed Housing, Designed For The Harsh Marine Environment- Moisture, Salt, Shock, And Vibration Tested
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Details

  • Super-quiet, all-weather motor with limit stops provides a full range of coverage
  • 370° sweep and 120° Tilt (75° up and 45° down)
  • One touch auto sweep and S.O.S. function
  • Wireless dash mount remote standard; (hard wired & handheld remotes are optional)
  • 3-Year limited warranty



Bulb: 100W, H3 Halogen
Power (Input voltage): 12/24V
Current draw (idle/in use): 0.03 amps / 7.0 amps
Peak Beam Intensity: 210,000 Cp
Peak Beam Distance: 917' (280M)
Lux @ 66' (20M): 525 Lux
Coverage at 66' (20M): 132 sq ft (12 sq m)
Rotation: 370° (built in limit stops)
Tilt: 120° Tilt (75° up & 45° down)
Wireless range: 200' (65M)
Dimensions: 7.5"W x 7.5"H x 9.25"D (19cm x19cm x 23.5cm)
Weight: 3.30lbs (1.5 kg)
Housing material: UV resistant PC/ASA
Lens material: UV resistant Lexan®
Operating temp range: 5°F - 113°F (-15°C -45°C)
IP Rating: IP56

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