The LED-BL-70W LED boat light from
Heavy duty aluminum housing construction and unbreakable polycarbonate lenses provide excellent durability that allows these LED lights to withstand the demanding condition of harsh and corrosive salt water environments without any reduction in performance. The CREE XLamp MC-E® LEDs used in these units offer the highest possible LED quality and are rated at 70% lumen maintenance after 50,000 hours of operation, making these units far longer lived than comparable halogen boat lights. An adjustable trunnion mounting design with a single mounting stud allows users to mount these LED lights to almost any surface that will accept a mounting hole and provides 90 degrees of vertical adjustment once mounted. These LED boat lights are ideal replacements for incandescent, halogen, and even metal halide boat lights, and offer durability, power, and longevity that none of these old lighting technologies can match.
“Good lighting is a must for boaters to navigate safely in the early morning and night hours; the LED-BL-70W meets the need with 6020 lumens of bright white light to guide boaters on their journey safely,” said
Larson Electronics’ LarsonElectronics.com carries an extensive inventory of LED boat lights, LED spreader lights, LED spotlights and 12/24 volt LED lights. Visit LarsonElectronics.com to view their entire inventory of LED lighting solutions or contact them for more information by calling 1-800-369-6671 or 1-903-498-3363 for international inquiries.
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