F38-6600-1

Taco Rub Rail Mounted Navigation Lights - For Boats Up To 30' - Port & Starboard Included

Taco Rub Rail Mounted Navigation Lights - For Boats Up To 30' - Port & Starboard Included
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Rub Rail Mounted Navigation Lights - For Boats Up To 30' - Port & Starboard Included

Stainless Steel Type 304
High Polish

Taco Marine's latest addition to it's Rub Rail offering is the Rub Rail mounted LED Navigation Light. These sleek, low-profile lights are mounted onto a heavy gauge Stainless Steel cover designed to fit several of Taco Marine's most popular Rigid Vinyl Rub Rail profiles that are ideal for 18' to 30' boats.

Features and Benefits:
  • 3-Watt Port (Red) and Starboard (Green) LEDs
  • Low-draw, less than 0.25 Amperes
  • Enables more deck space
  • Easy installation
  • Reliable long-life LEDs will increase hours of maintenance-free service
  • Designed to fit the popular Taco Marine V21-9659, V21-9904, V21-9909 and V21-9959 Rub Rail profiles
  • For use on up to 30' boats
  • 120° unobstructed view, with less glare
  • Meets ABYC-USCG requirements
  • Low-voltage 12-14VDC
  • Anodized aluminum heat sink for maximum heat dissipation
  • LED lights are mounted in a heavy gauge polished Stainless Steel joiner cover
  • Water-resistant, IP68 rating
  • Takes a 1" - #8 Stainless Steel fastener (not included)


Kit Includes
  • Set of two LED navigation light assemblies, Port (Red) and Starboard (Green)
  • Installation Instructions
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Taco Rub Rail Mounted Navigation Lights - For Boats Up To 30' - Port & Starboard Included F38-6600-1 TACO RUB RAIL MOUNTED NAVIGATION LIGHTS
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