LED Anchor Light with Photocell Sensor
Marinebeam Navlight Series 1 Dusk-to-Dawn LED Anchor Light with Bracket
This stationary mount dusk-to-dawn all-around anchor light is USCG Certified for 3NM, while only drawing 0.09A. Mounts easily to your mast or any surface where you need an automatic light. Features a time-delay, anti-falsing circuit to allow continuous operation with stray lights present. Included 316 stainless steel bracket makes installation to any mast, wall or bulkhead simple. Custom mounting is possible via (3) screws securing the fixture to included bracket.
Includes 16" of marine grade lead wire for easy connection to your boat's 12VDC or 24VDC power. While this LED anchor light has automatic dusk-to-dawn operation, you will typically need to connect it to a circuit with an on/off switch (not included).
- USCG Certification: 3NM, ABYC A16, COLREG 72
- Voltage: 9-33VDC (12VDC or 24VDC) (12V / 24V)
- Amperage: 0.090A @ 12VDC, 0.045A @ 24VDC
- Wattage: 1W
- Cable: 16", 18AWG Tinned
- Visibility: 3NM
- Housing Color: Black
- Output Color: Cool White
- Ingress Protection: IP67 (fully sealed)
- Approvals: USCG 33CFR183.810, ABYC A-16, EMC EN55022, EN61547 & EN60945
Our LED anchor 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.
This light is a perfect solution for our boat's electrical system. Our boat uses lithium rechargeables, so its voltage is unusual at about 28.4 volts DC. This light runs flawlessly on 12 volts, 24 volts, and our system at 28.4. It's the brightest light in the marina, and requires no action on our part to turn it on. It also doesn't flicker like cheaper lights do in the dusk hours. It is either on or off. We tested it on a power supply, and it draws exactly one watt at all of the voltages above. Highly recommended if you want a bright, zero-maintenance anchor light!
Finally a reasonably priced LED anchor light that includes a side mounting bracket. Unfortunately, there is no time delay on the photo cell. So early am/late pm intermittent cloud cover may cause it to flicker on and off.
I love that I can now flip on my anchor light before leaving my boat in the afternoon and know that it will be on when I return after dark! Note: There's an approximate 3 second delay with the photosensor that keeps the light from flipping on and off inappropriately. That's a good thing. But I thought it wasn't working when I first wired it up.