July 9, 2018

Hella Marine Dual Colour LampsUsing red lighting onboard at night has significant practical and safety attributes, providing illumination without destroying one's ability to see out into the dark. More economical than separate single-color white and red lamps, Hella marine offers a variety of space-saving combination LED lights.

For use on deck and other areas requiring powerful illumination, the Hella marine Sea Hawk-XL floodlight houses 30 LEDs behind its roughly 6.5" W x 2" H durable HD Grilamid lens. Users can power up two rows of white light, or a single row of red for night use.

From bulkheads to baitboards, the Hella marine LED Surface Mount Strip Lamp makes the most of narrow spaces at roughly 11" L x 1" H, yet boasts an exceptional output of 250 lumens from 12 LEDs. Changing from red to white light is simple thanks to the built-in switch on the end cap.

Equally suited for interior or exterior use, Hella marine EuroLED 95 Down Lights are available in 3.7" round or 3.1" square designs. Stainless steel spring clips enable easy mounting. These dimmable lamps include white or warm white LED options with red as a secondary color.

Hella marine EuroLED 130 Touch and 150 Touch interior lamps bring the sophistication of fingertip control lighting to any size boat, effortlessly changing from white to red LEDs and cycling through four dimming levels. The EuroLED 130 measures just over 5" in diameter, while the EuroLED 150 covers larger areas at just under 6".

The Hella marine LED Flexi-spot Chart Lamp features an adjustable neck and is equally ideal for a navigation station or berth reading light. A rotary switch built into the lamp head enables easy dimming and alternating between red and white light. It's available with shafts of either 6" or 15.75".

For those who wonder why red is such an effective nighttime lighting color: The human eye contains both rods and cones, each with sensitivity to frequency bands at opposite ends of the visual spectrum. While rods are largely responsible for daytime and color vision, cones assist with night vision capability and are less sensitive to the red band of the spectrum.

Hella marine LED lighting solutions are completely sealed and utilize UV, impact and chemical resistant materials combined with a robust design and production process to ensure a long life in harsh marine environments. All are backed by a 5-year warranty.

Visit www.hellamarine.com

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