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OceanLED Xtreme Series Underwater Lights

OceanLED Xtreme Series Underwater Lights

Description

The OceanLED Xtreme Series Underwater Lights create an impressive underwater lighting ambiance with OceanLED's XT Series underwater LED lights for boats up to 30'.

Features

  • Improved Rugged Plastic Bezel Design
  • Easy On/Off Control Feature
  • 9' Tinned Copper Cable Included For Easy Install
List Price
$220.00
Your Price
$187.50
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Details

Excellent solution for new installations as well as retrofit with its industry leading built-in driver, ultra-low power consumption and exceptionally easy-to-install mounting options. Effortless maintenance due to our propietary Tritonium coating; just wipe away marine growth. High-intensity LEDs produce superior light output of up to 3000 lumens. The smart and fault-sensing thermal fold-back protection and voltage drop shutdown protection ensure safety and product longevity. Backed by OceanLED's 2-Year Manufacturers Warranty.

Features:

  • 12/24V DC
  • Tritonium Marine Growth Protection




Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
OceanLED Xtreme Series Underwater Lights 011301W Xtreme Series Underwater Lights, XT4, Ultra White
$187.50
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OceanLED XT4 Xtreme Series Underwater Light - Midnight Blue 011302B Xtreme Series Underwater Lights, XT4, Midnight Blue
$187.50
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OceanLED XT4 Xtreme Series Underwater Light - Sea Green 011303G Xtreme Series Underwater Lights, XT4, Sea Green
$187.50
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OceanLED XT8 Xtreme Series Underwater Light - Midnight Blue 011305B Xtreme Series Underwater Light, XT8, Midnight Blue
$337.49
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OceanLED XT8 Xtreme Series Underwater Light - Sea Green 011306G Xtreme Series Underwater Lights, XT8, Sea Green
$337.49
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OceanLED XT8 Xtreme Series Underwater Light - Ultra White 011304W Xtreme Series Underwater Lights, XT8, Ultra White
$375.00
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