OceanLED Allure 150XFM HD Gen2 MK2 Underwater Light - Midnight Blue

OceanLED Allure 150XFM HD Gen2 MK2 Underwater Light - Midnight Blue
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Allure 150XFM HD Gen2 MK2 Underwater Light - Midnight Blue

Xchangeable Flush Mount is the latest body style within the Pro Series HD range, designed to be exchanged without hauling should servicing ever be needed. XFM features an exceptionally low profile giving it virtually unlimited hull mounting options and can be retrofitted into most existing underwater lighting hole cutsouts, offering immediate benefits of no startup power surge, low heat, minimal maintenance and improved light output.

The Allure 150XFM HD with the brightness equivalent to 150w HID/Metal Halide
using the lastest High Definition LEDs.

Suitable for Fiberglass, GRP and wooden hulls over or above 65' (20m) using
4 or more lights with spacing of 3-6' (1-1.8m). Deutsche plug-and-play quick
connectors make this light a quick fit.

Also suitable for aluminum/steel hulls using the Delrin Isolation Sleeve accessory.

  • Xchangeable from Inside the Hull
  • Equal to 150W HID/Metal Halide
  • 3-1/4" Hole
  • 110/240V AC
  • 12/24V DC
  • 6500 Fixture Lumens
  • 36/110° Dual Bean
  • 40,000+ Hour Life
  • Aluminium Bronze AB2 Bezel/Hard Anodized Aluminium Body
  • Plug & Play
  • Factory Sealed Unit

Mounting Recommendations:
Boat Size: up to 65' (20m)
Transom/Hull Spacing: 3-5'(1-1.5m)
Maximnum Hull Thickness: 2-3/4"

Minimum-Maximum operating voltage DC: 9-32V DC
Minimum-Maximum operating voltage AC: 110-240V AC
Current / Amp draw (DC): 12V DC 5.5 AMP, 24V DC 2.75 AMP
Current / Amp draw (AC): 600mA @ 110V AC
Approx. light penetration (avg. water quality): 36' (11m)
Approx. Light penetration (perfect water quality) up to 85' (26+m)
Driver type: External
Driver size V DC (L x W x H): 6" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/2"

Diameter of fixture: 4-7/50" (105mm)
Length of fixture: 6-9/20" (164mm)
Profile (height) of fixture: 4/26" (4mm)
Total weight including electrical driver: 3.52lbs (1.6kgs)
Extension cable length (standard-hard wired to light) 6-1/2' (2m)
Hole cut-out for cable entry: 3-1/4" (82.6mm)
Material: Aluminium Bronze AB2
Lens: Tritonium™ Optical Lens

Package Includes:
  • 12/24V DC Driver w/Power Cable
  • 2m/6' Connection Cable
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