SC110

Scanstrut SC110 PowerTower Port Mounted Light Bar

Scanstrut SC110 PowerTower Port Mounted Light Bar
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$199.00
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$139.93
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Mount light above the radar, clear of all obstructions for maximum performance and visibility.

Features
  • Fits all PowerTower models and all SC100 Poles and SC2 poles
  • Suitable for all 12" , 18" and 24" radomes
  • All mounting holes pre-drilled for easy retrofit installation
  • All cables run internally
  • Port mounted light bar fits all Perko series 200 and Aqua signal series 25 & 40 all round white lights
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Scanstrut SC110 PowerTower Port Mounted Light Bar SC110 SCANSTRUT POWERTOWER LIGHT BAR PORT SIDE MOUNT W/O LIGHT
$139.93
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