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OceanLED Allure 250XFM HD Gen2 mk2 - 12/24V - Colours

OceanLED Allure 250XFM HD Gen2 mk2 - 12/24V - Colours
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Allure 250XFM HD Gen2 mk2 - 12/24V - Colours

The Allure Colours XFM HD gives smaller boat owners the ability to have full colour LED lighting in a flush aluminium bronze housing, without the bigger cut out sizes of the larger Pro Series range.
Colours utilize the very latest 4-channel RGBW (Red/Green/Blue/White) High Definition LEDs. Controlled via DMX-512 through the vessels onboard systems, or wirelessly via third party devices such as an iPad, iPhone or Android.
If used with the new OceanDMX Kit and App for Android or iOS, you have all the control and customization you need to create any scene or light display you wish, with full control over sensitivity, speed and brightness.
Use in conjunction with the DMX Wi-Fi touch panel controller, you can preprogram more than 40 static and dynamic colour scenes to set the mood, enhance an onboard event, strobe to attract fish, or even change colour with the time of day.
Xchangeable Flush Mount (XFM) is designed to be exchanged without hauling should servicing ever be needed. The Allure features an exceptionally low profile giving it virtually unlimited hull mounting options.
Suitable for Fiberglass, GRP and wooden hulls. Deutsch plug-and-play quick connectors make this light a quick fit. Also suitable for aluminium/steel hulls using the Delrin Isolation Sleeve accessory.

Features:
  • Improved locking ring for easy removal
  • Xchangeable from Inside the Hull
  • Equal to 150W HID/Metal Halide
  • 82.6mm (3-1/4") Hole
  • 24V DC
  • 110/240V AC
  • Aluminium Bronze AB2 Bezel / Hard Anodized Aluminium Body
  • Plug & Play
  • Factory Sealed Unit
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