These are square, recessed, and low-profile LED lights downlights that give your boat that same super-modern and stylish look as the the latest designer yachts. Featuring a polished stainless steel bezel with an integrated capacitive touch-switch to turn the lights on and off individually. Quickly fits into a 2" hole in the headliner and easily installed with the snap-in spring clips - no mounting screws needed!
The bezel is stamped and polished 316 stainless steel, and the lamp body is corrosion proof ABS plastic. Warm white 2900k diffused beam, and great color-rendering give a fantastic and inviting light without the annoying dazzle of typical LEDs. Featuring 14 LEDs, the light draws only 2.5 watts and puts out a 180 Lumen warm white beam that exceeds the output of a 15W halogen.
These lights have a super slim, and near zero-clearance design, so they so fit even the tightest headliner. They take up only 5/8" of space behind the panel, and run so cool that they can actually touch the hull or deck.
The handy capacitive touch-switch is completely hidden and requires only a slight touch of the polished stainless bezel to turn the lamp on or off. A great feature when you want to be able to control individual lamps.
100% satisfaction guaranteed. If these aren't the best LED lights for the money, we will take them back within 30 days, no questions asked.
Also available in a white plastic bezel with touch switch.
- 2-7/8" x 2-7/8" x 7/8"
- Integrated On/Off Touch Switch
- 180 Lumens
- 2.5 Watts
- 14 Warm-White LEDs
- 120° Beam
- Quiescent current 0.008A
- Integrated spring clips for quick snap-in fitment
- Polished Stainless Steel (316)Bezel
- ABS Plastic body
- Polycarbonate diffusing lens
- 12V/24VDC input
- IP54 Splashproof
- 2 Year Warranty
- CE Certified
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Ordered about 15 of these guys for accent lighting. light output is just right for their size. i'm spacing them about 24" appart and doubling up on some. finish of stainless is very good. build quality is also good. it does not feel or look like a cheap light. they would look good on any boat. have not installed all of them yet and only recently purchased so longevity is unknown but MarineBeam seems like good company. not worried.