NavLight™ Series 1 USCG-Certified LED Anchor Light.
This elegant, super bright, and efficient 3NM all-around anchor lamp meets the requirements for vessels up to 50 Meters in length.
This lamp is simple to install on the mast-top with the included hardware. It is a super-solid lamp with a tripod footprint, so it can take abuse at the mast-top or in the yard.
Like all Marinebeam products, our LED all-around anchor lights have our integrated internal Constant-Current chipset, so they can operate at voltages from 9-33VDC. This means they are great for both 12VDC and 24VDC applications. This also provides protection from over-voltage conditions, transient surges, and provides for consistent output and safety even at very low battery levels.
Our navigation lamps do not emit RF harmful interference, and are EMC certified to EN55022, EN61547, and EN60945 so they will not interfere with radios, sensitive electronics, or GPS signals. Currently only available in black UV-resistant housing.
Includes three (3) stainless steel mounting screws, and 8' of duplex 18AWG tinned wiring to allow power connection to be made within the mast or below decks, if desirable.
- Voltage: 9-33VDC
- Power: 1 Watt (0.09A at 12V)
- Visibility: 3NM
- Housing Color: Black
- Output Color: Cool White (6,500K)
- Ingress Protection: IP67 (fully sealed)
- Approvals: USCG 33CFR183.810, ABYC A-16, EMC EN55022, EN61547 & EN60945
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I am disappointed that the first one only lasted 2years and is not serviceable ( sealed unit) hopefully the second one lasts longer.
Marinebeam: Jeff - we typically see a much longer lifespan and carry a two year warranty on all products. If you still have the fixture we would like to take a look at it to see how the unit failed.
Light is very bright but the top cap with company logo came off during first trip. The light appears to be sealed well I think the cap was purely cosmetic. For the price I wish it would have been attached better.
Just installed this. Very bright LED. Looks sturdy enough to stay maintenanceless at the top of the mast. Only time will tell if LED does last.