This is a standard 7" diameter dome light fixture which is fitted with our powerful 23-LED warm white LED module.
This fixture is available in Stainless Steel with a real glass lens.
The bulb inside is equal to 20W of incandescent light and throws a nice warm (2900k) white light with more than 190 real-world lumens, and a color rendering index of 85.
This fixture is a surface mount lamp, and comes pre-wired with a bezel-mounted heavy-duty on-off toggle switch. It is easily mounted using 3 screws along the outside flange. Like all Marinebeam products, this lamp is not polarity sensitive, and contains our integral Constant-Current chip-set for maximum light output, and 12V/24V capability.
NOTE: This fixture is now also available with our 15-LED "Switchable" Red/Warm White LED module option, which can be selected via the drop-down box above. It allows switching between Red mode and Warm White mode. To understand the specs for this option, and how it works, please CLICK HERE.
- Constant-Current design
- 10-30VDC multi-volt input
- 20W equivalent at 85% less power
- 2.75W (0.23A at 12VDC)
- 7" Overall Diameter x 2" Thick
- User replaceable 23-LED or 15-LED emitter module
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After years of struggling with the old dome lights on our 1988 Mason 44, we decided to replace them with these LED lights from Marinebeam. It turned out the new 6.75" lights are a perfect match to the old lamps. Even the mounting screw hole spacing is the same. The new LEDs seem brighter than the old incandescent lamps, and the light is a little "cooler". We placed red/white lamps in the nav station, galley and head. The red/white switches work great. It was a toss up whether to repair or replace the old lights. Marinebeam has the parts, so if you have the time, repair would be easy and less expensive.
I bought this light to replace a 5.5" incandescent one similar to it over my chart table. I had the extra space, so I bought the larger light. I thought the red/white option would be nice for night time sailing.
Fit and finish on the light is nice. It is solid and looks good.
The red light is nice. Exactly what I was looking for. The white light isn't quite as bright as I was hoping, but adequate.
Switching between red and white light is done with a single switch. Turn it on once = red. Turn it off and on quickly and it becomes white.
One switch sounds simple. But I don't find it that way. Everyone that comes onto the boat finds it frustrating.