The OceanLED 2010XFM Pro Series HD Gen2 LED Underwater Lighting is exchangeable without hauling should servicing ever be needed.
Their exceptionally low profile head offers virtually unlimited hull mounting
options, including retrofitting into most existing underwater lighting hole
cut-outs, yielding immediate benefits of no startup power surge, low heat,
minimal maintenance, and improved light output.
At 7,000-fixture lumen brightness the 2010XFM HD Gen2 model is 67%
brighter than its predecessor by exploiting the next generation of High
Definition LEDs from Cree.
Suitable for all hull types up to and over 65' (20m) using 2-6 lights with
spacing of 3-5' (1-1.5m) - for metal hulls, add the Delrin Isolation Sleeve
accessory. Deutsch plug-and-play quick connectors make this light a quick
fit. Maintenance is easy; just wipe away marine growth from its scratch
resistant Tritonium glass lens. Three super bright LED color options.
For an even brighter light choose 3010XFM HD Gen2. For a light with a
smaller hole cut-out better suited for transom mount applications choose
2010TH. For a light with color-change capabilities choose from our Colours
Boat Size:up to 65' (20M)
Transom Spacing:3-5' (1.0-1.5M)
Transom Quantity: 2-6
Hull Spacing:3-6' (1.0-1.8M)
Installation Depth (to top of fixture): 8-10" (200-250mm)
Light Output Equivalent To: 250W HID Metal Halides
Fixture Lumens (total light output from a finished fixture): 7,000
Current/Amp Draw (DC) (AC Upgrade Available): 12VDC 5.8A / 24VDC 2.9A
Current/Amp Draw (AC): 110VAC 50/60HZ 0.76 / 240VAC 50/60HZ 0.35A
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