Dual Colour LED Floodlights

Aug 25, 2020

Hella marine’s Sea Hawk-XL Dual Color LED Floodlight provides optimal illumination no matter the conditions and deck requirements. Easily switched between two colors, it delivers a wide, even swath of light from a single, compact housing.

Available in three color combinations, white/warm white, white/red and white/blue, the Sea Hawk-XL Dual Color LED Floodlight puts out a massive 750 lumens with a 76° spread when mounted at 6.5′. That’s enough to cover a 10′ wide space with the light needed for detailed jobs like tying knots in fishing line or docking maneuvers. A video is atbit.ly/SeaHawkXL.

The white or black Sea Hawk-XL Dual Color LED Floodlight housing is made from a corrosion-resistant polymer that’s thermally-conductive to keep the elements cool. A UV- and impact-resistant Grilamid lens ensures even illumination. Waterproof and sealed to IP67 standards, the floodlamp mounts on a rugged stainless steel bracket for unchanging, pinpoint accuracy. Extremely compact, it’s only 6.7″ L x 2.7″ W x 2.3″ D.

Hella’s marine’s Sea Hawk-XL Dual Color LED Floodlight exceeds international maritime EMI standards and carries CE approval. It utilizes Multivolt circuitry to deliver bright, even lighting from 9–33V DC with low power consumption. Pre-wired with an 8′ marine cable, it’s easy to install. It comes with a five-year warranty and has an MSRP in the USA of $299–320 USD.


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