- Voltage: 10-30VDC
- Wattage: 6W
- Amperage: 0.04A to 0.40A @ 12VDC, 0.02A night light
- Lumens: 350
- Color temperature: 2,950K
- CRI: >80
- Dimensions: 8.5" x 4.37" x 0.5"
Less than 1/2" thick for subtle surface mounting with 2 included screws. Features sleek styling, built-in blue or red night light, and touch-switch dimming with memory.
This LED fixture works great for ceiling or wall mount applications in boats, RVs, and other 12VDC / 24VDC applictations. At only 6W it produces 350 lumens, rivaling incandescent fixtures with up to 40W of consumption.
The aluminum center panel provides even heat dissipation with Lexan panels on either side for protection, simple cleaning, and soft edge light dispersion. This fixture features a memory function which allows for the light to be controlled by an external switch. When using an external switch, the light will return the same setting (color / dimming) as before power was cut.
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Finally found a suitable light for a fair price for the salon for my 1977 Buddy Davis express.
This light is very modern and sleek looking. It is incredibly bright but can be dimmed to the appropriate level for any activity. Our boat is much brighter and more attractive now. The LED puts out a very soft and pleasing color.
Put this light in the head. Easy installation using existing wires from the 12 inch flouresent fixture. The light is much brighter than the old light. The dimming feature is great and the blue night light feature is fantastic. We liked it so much we bought a second one for the galley. The lights shipped right away and arrived in two days by postal service.
If you want a lot of light, this is the light. I had strip LED's but they looked sort of "Ghetto", My kids called them Limo lights, they worked, but looked cheap. I have a classic boat full of beautiful dark teak, it's gorgeous, but hard to brighten the Salon. These panel lights are if anything too bright, but dim nicely. Best use is really lighting up the dining area at night if you want to really see what your eating, but can dim down if you rather it be Romantic.
Downside is at full brightness, they really pull the power, Physics is like that, no free lunch, however dim them and light output seems to drop by half, but apparent power drain by a factor of ten and dim is where you want them most of the time anyway.