Slim LED Strip

Oct 13, 2020

With sonar, radar, GPS and a growing range of electrical equipment onboard, today’s boats require unprecedented levels of DC power. Efficient and durable LED Surface Strip Lamps from Hella marine deliver 250 lumens of bright, even illumination while consuming less than 3W. They’re the answer to providing safe, dependable lighting with minimal power draw.

Made from UV- and impact-resistant polymers that won’t yellow or degrade in harsh marine environments, Hella marine LED Surface Strip Lamps are completely sealed to IP67 standard, making them ideal for interior or exterior use. Their low-profile, surface-mount design and integrated power switch allows the lamps to be mounted in either vertical or horizontal orientation, without requiring additional wiring for a separate wall-mounted switch.

Each lamp measures 11″ L x 1″ W with a depth of just 0.55″ including the switch. An accessory bracket for 45-degree mounting is also available, giving the lamps even greater versatility.
Hella marine LED Surface Strip Lamps come in a choice of 5,000K white or 2,700K warm white models, each with a CRI 85 rating for high color accuracy. Dual-color options with a secondary red or blue output are also offered, all backed by Hella marine’s full 5-year warranty. MSRP starts at $65. USD.

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