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OceanLED XP8 Xtreme Colors DMX Underwater Light - Unlimited Colors

OceanLED XP8 Xtreme Colors DMX Underwater Light - Unlimited Colors
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XP8 Xtreme Colors DMX Underwater Light - Unlimited Colors

Amplify your boating experience with OceanLED's XP Series underwater LED lights offering hands-free limitless color-change ability with the addition of OceanLED's NEW XP Series DMX Mobile App and Controller Kit(#11704). Designed specifically for XP8 and XP16 Series controlling up to (4) fixtures seamlessly. The high-performance LED's deliver intense bursts of UNLIMITED color-changing effects to enhance your boating experience. Simple multi-function and customizable automated control, exceptionally easy-to-install, and improved rugged cast 316 marine grade stainless steel housing fully sealed for maximum fixture life. Effortless maintenance due to our propietary Tritonium™ coating: just wipe away marine growth. Offering up to 4500 lumens while providing a simple and easy solution to attracting fish. Industry leading built-in driver and ultra-low power draw. Backed by OceanLED's 2-Year Manufacturers Warranty.

Features:
  • Easy-to-Use DMX Mobile App Controls XP8 & XP16 from an Apple iPhone, iPad, or an Android device, Part # 11704
  • LIMITLESS Vibrant Color Changing LED's
  • High-Impact Strobe Effect Feature-Choose ANY Color
  • Improved Cast 316 Bezel Design
  • 1/2" Hole in Hull
  • Easy On/Off Control Feature
  • 9' Tinned Copper Cable Included for Easy Install
  • 12/24V DC
  • Tritonium Marine Growth Protection
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