The Rigid Industries Deluxe Boat Docking Light Kit produces an intense, smooth beam with minimal wasted light.
The Deluxe Docking Light Kit features Rigid's SR-M2 LED Light with our patented Specter optics system. The SR-M2 LED light projects up to 263 meters with an output of 1,125 lumens per side. Drawing only 0.82 amps, the SR-M2 will operate at 100% with minimal power consumption. The A-Series light has been precisely placed to offer side projecting light to give you additional coverage for docking and securing your vessel. The small but powerful A-Series LED light projects an amazing 400 lumens per side, drawing a minimal 0.3 amps.
Specter Optics - Our patented Specter optics system features 50% more LED's than our Hybrid optics in the same footprint and is specifically designed to cover more area. By incorporating a reflector with no facets or orange peel, the Specter optics system produces an intense, smooth beam with minimal wasted light.
SR-M (Single Row Mini) - The Rigid Industries SR-M LED Light is one of the most versatile lighting products on the market today. This compact LED light can be used for virtually any lighting application - from off-road to agriculture. The SR-M utilizes the same technology as our D-Series, but is half the size and incorporates half the number of LED's. The size and shape of the SR-M LED Light allows it to fit almost anywhere. Its cast aluminum housing and polycarbonate lens are sealed against the elements for years of trouble-free operation.
A-Series - The A-Series LED Accessory Light might be small, but it packs a punch. Available in two options, high or low power, the A-Series is extremely versatile. Whether it's used as a dome light in your truck, a deck light on your boat, or driving lights on your trailer, the A-Series is the perfect solution. The A-Series includes multiple mounting options and is available in multiple LED colors - red, blue, green, and three shades of white - to suit your needs. The Triplex? coating resists corrosion from harsh elements, such as salt water.
Spreader Light - Bright lights that are designed to cover a wide area. Used on many types of marine applications from Sail boat masts and off shore fishing boat towers to light up the fishing area or deck. Power boats, fishing boats and other boating platforms also use spreader lights are used to light up decks, underneath gunnels and anywhere you need to light up a large area. Similar to the power of a flood light, the spreader lights provide more of a "cloud" of light to help give you more coverage using less power.
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