Low-Profile LED Boat Light provides underwater illumination.

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Intended for mounting below waterline on boats, LEDUL12 underwater LED light produces 2,700 lm and draws 45 W @ 3.5 A from 12 V electrical system. Lamp housing measures 3.94 in. dia x 0.75 in. thick and houses 12 high intensity LEDs fully sealed against water intrusion to 6 ft of submersion, while intelligent microprocessor controls light function. Single- or dual-color modes are available, and ½ in. shaft on back acts as conduit for wiring while protecting against chafing and wire wear.

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Larson Electronics Releases Low Profile Underwater LED Boat Light

Larson Electronics has announced the release of a powerful new underwater LED light ideal for mounting on boats below the waterline. The LEDUL12 Underwater LED light provides high output combined with low power requirements and a small form factor to give boaters an excellent method of providing underwater illumination directly from the hull.

The LEDUL12 low profile underwater LED light from Larson Electronics is a powerful and compact lighting option for boaters who want hull mounted lighting without the hazards or complexity of traditional halogen hull lights. This high quality LED boat light produces 2,700 lumens of intense light output, yet pulls only 45 watts @ 3.5 amps from a standard 12 volt electrical system. This light is also available in single or dual color modes including only white, or white and blue, allowing operators to change lighting color with the flick of a switch if so desired. This dual color option is extremely popular among boaters and offers an exceptionally simple method for turning an everyday cruiser into a unique eye catcher at night. Unlike standard halogen hull lights which typically require a large hole be drilled through the hull for installation, this LED hull light has a simple ½ inch shaft on the back which acts as a conduit for wiring and three mounting holes in the body for screwing the fixture directly to the hull. This simplified mounting design is much less stressful on the hull and provides a more secure and straightforward attachment without the need for drilling large holes or the associated complex sealing methods required afterwards. The wiring is not exposed to water, and the built in wiring shaft protects against chafing and wire wear to provide extremely reliable and safe operation. The lamp housing itself measures only 3.94 inches in diameter by 0.75 inches thick and houses 12 high intensity LEDs which are fully sealed against water intrusion to 6 feet of submersion. The housing also contains an advanced intelligent microprocessor which controls light function, meaning this light does not require any additional drivers or hardware for installation. The LEDUL12 underwater LED light is ideal for boaters who want to add to the aesthetic value of their boat without the hassles or problems associated with installing standard halogen hull lights. These underwater LED lights are also popular among fishermen who find the ability to illuminate the water around the hull and effective way to attract gamefish as well as pleasure boaters who enjoy the ability to view seal life attracted to the illumination.

“This high power underwater LED boat light will seriously light up the water around your boat or watercraft,” said Robert Bresnahan of LarsonElectronics.com. “This LED light is also a perfect fit for anyone that requires a low voltage LED spreader or area illumination.”

Larson Electronics produces a full range of industrial and commercial lighting equipment, LED boat lights, high power spotlights and floodlights, LED light bars, and commercial LED boat lights. To view the entire Larson Electronics line of industrial grade lighting solutions, visit them on the web at LarsonElectronics.com. You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more about all of Larson Electronics’ lighting products or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquires.

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