|LEDs:||(6) 5630 SMD Emitters|
|Input Voltage:||10 - 15VDC|
|Amperage:||0.18A at 12VDC|
|Color Temperature:||3,000°K (Warm White)|
|Lumen Output:||100 Lumens, (LM79)|
|Dimensions:||77.2mm x 25mm x 48.7mm hole size|
|Dimmable:||Yes - with PWM Dimmer|
*Specifications listed for white only version*
Finally, a great looking and solidly constructed IP67 waterproof 3" LED puck light, which can be mounted flush (recessed) or surface-mounted for those that do not want to drill big holes in their boat.
Now available in 'White / Blue - 2 Channel' model with simple 3-wire operation. Both channels share a common ground (-) and have individual (+) wires for the white and blue channels - providing a color option without adding fixtures. Bright warm-white output, and subdued blue output for providing night-time ambiance while preserving night vision.
This light has a wonderful glare free lens, warm-white output, and plenty of light for use in the cockpit, arches, or in the cabin. It uses the latest Samsung LED chips, and has the output of a standard 10W halogen with only 2.2W.
This lamp is made of white polyethylene plastic, with an aluminum heat-sink back, and high-impact polycarbonate glare-free lens. 120 degree light distribution for good area lighting without halos or dark spots. It also has EN60945 approval for use by boatbuilders and OEMs, which helps ensure that the lamp won't interference with sensitive safety systems like GPS, AIS and VHF radios.
This lamp can be installed as a recessed unit by mounting in a 1-15/16" hole with the included o-ring seal, or as a surface mount puck light using the included 1" white plastic spacer ring (see pictures above).
This is a direct, but higher quality, replacement for EMCO and RT Marine LED puck lights used on most center console T-tops and hardtops (Sea Hunt, etc.)
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This product is everything that's explained, and a solid product. However, the plastic around the screws on the back prevents the product from properly flush-mounting against the ceiling. They stick down 1-2 mm, which becomes very obvious when the light is on and the "halo" around the lights appears. I used a Dremel to file down that spot so that they would flush-mount easily. It seemed like an annoying oversight or manufacturing defect, but it wasn't a huge deal. The lights are bright and warm, a huge improvement in our 13-year-old Lagoon.
Nice looking, fairly bright white light, Blue light isn't very bright. Seems to be a good quality light. The light sits mush taller than the picture would suggest.