LED Lighting, It Just Keeps Getting Better

Hella announced today a new, wide angle LED lighting fixture to its already impressive selection. I can't emphasize enough the significance of retro-fitting LED's wherever you can on your boat. They are a huge energy saver that go a long way toward mak...

27th August 2010.
By Ed Sherman

Hella announced today a new, wide angle LED lighting fixture to its already impressive selection. I can’t emphasize enough the significance of retro-fitting LED’s wherever you can on your boat. They are a huge energy saver that go a long way toward making a small battery bank look bigger in terms of how long the lights stay on!

Hella’s press release follows:

 

NEW MULTI-PURPOSE LED LAMP PROVIDES ULTRA-WIDE LIGHT SPREAD

 

 

        Now there’s a versatile LED light that is suitable for a variety of applications, interior or exterior, wet or dry.  The advanced 12 LED DuraLed lamp from Hella marine offers class-leading efficiency, a rugged construction and unmatched illumination. 

        Offering substantial power savings onboard compared to incandescent lighting, the economical 12 LED DuraLed draws less than 2.5W or less than 0.2A at 12V.  Hella marine optics ensure a wide spread of intense white light without glare or eye strain.

        Employing maintenance-free, fit-and-forget technology, the durable 12 LED DuraLed features a UV-resistant, acrylic housing and comes pre-wired with 20″ of twin core marine cable.  Completely sealed to IP 67 standards, it’s highly resistant to vibration, saltwater and impact. 

        For a secure installation, the robust 12 LED DuraLed includes a proven surface mounting system with no external fastenings required.  The compact lamp measures 5.5″ L x 2.6″ W x 1.3″ H. 

        The state-of-the-art 12 LED DuraLed lamp from Hella marine has a suggested retail price of $110.99. 

Contact Hella marine Inc., 201 Kelly Dr., Peachtree City, GA  30269.  770-631-7500; Fax: 770-631-7560.  SOE.sales@hella.com; www.hellamarine.com.

 


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Ed Sherman is a regular contributor to boats.com, as well as to Professional Boatbuilder and Cruising World, where he previously was electronics editor. He also is the curriculum director for the American Boat and Yacht Council. Previously, Ed was chairman of the Marine Technology Department at the New England Institute of Technology. Ed’s blog posts appear courtesy of his website, EdsBoatTips.
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