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30-LED 44mm Dimple / Barrel End Festoon for Aqua Signal Navigation Lights (FS-44-30B)

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SKU:
FS-44-30B
  • Festoon LED for Aqua Signal Series 25
  • Aqua Signal Series 25 fixture uses the Marinebeam LED bulb
$20.00

Description

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This LED festoon bulb features 30 super-bright mini-SMD LEDs.  It uses the latest technology, giving the highest output per watt. Used as an anchor light, it is substantially brighter than the 10W incandescent it replaces.

This is a drop-in replacement LED bulb that replaces 44mm Festoons in Aqua Signal Series 25 anchor lamps, and navigation lamps.

NOTICE: BEGINNING IN 2011, AQUA SIGNAL SERIES 25 is using a Cone-End festoon bulb.  If you have a newer fixture (after Sept 2010) check your bulb first. 

This bulb features our constant-current circuit, so it can be used in 12V or 24VDC applications.

Warm white will render better colors behind bi-colored (red/green) combination lenses than will cool white.

How to choose LED Output Color: If the Red and Green are separate fixtures, use Red behind Red and Green behind Green.

  • Input Voltage: 10VDC - 30VDC Constant Current
  • Wattage: 3.2W
  • Amperage: 270 mA
  • Lumens: 175 CW, 160 WW
  • Color Temp: 6500k CW, 3300k WW
  • Beam Angle; 360°
  • Dimensions: 44mm x 22mm
  • Fitment: Fits 44mm (1 3/4") Dimple End (Barrel End) Nav Lights

 

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Simple upgrade for 30 year old stern light

    Posted by Matt Geiger on 11th May 2017

    Needed a 44mm dimpled bulb, and chose to try this since I was replacing my bow light bulb too. Looks well made. Size is right. Light output is impressive. Good price.

  • 5
    Excellent Product, Fast Shipment, Good Internet Transaction, Thank You.

    Posted by Don Murray on 21st Nov 2015

    Yabba dabba doo

  • 5
    Aqua Signal Masthead light LED upgrade

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2015

    It appears to be at least 2X brighter, maybe more. I didn't check the current consumption but it is stated to be less than 1/3 of the original bulb's 1-amp. And it should never need to be replaced, a great comfort knowing it won't quit when you need it most or necessitate climbing the mast to replace.

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