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LED Work Lamp
Equipped with 4 high-performance LEDs
(6500°K), high-sheen metallised free-form
(FF) reflector and clear glass lens for a
consistent close-range illumination.
Multivolt (12-24V DC)
Wattage 7Watt, Available in black or white
Stainless steel pedestal bracket for upright,
side or pendant mounting.
Reverse Polarity and Transient Voltage
Suppressor (TVS). Fully sealed against dust
and moisture to IP6K7 and IP6K9K.
Lead Length2 metres
Temperature Range -40°C to +50°C
White LI-LED -WL-WHT
Black LI-LED -WL-BLK
25 MM TUBE MOUNT LI-LED -WL-M $15.90
25 MM TUBE MOUNT ROTATING LI-LED -WL-M $23.90
Hella LED Courtesy Lamps
Ultra compact, Light is radiated downward at a
angle of 30 degrees making these lamps ideal for
illuminating onboard areas such as steps, toe kicks,
deck fittings, signs, switches etc. Multi voltage
12->24 Volts DC Draws 0.5 Watts. H31mm X W45mm
Chrome LI-LEDC-W/C $34.90
ALSO AVAILABLE WITH
AMBER, BLUE OR RED LED TO ORDER
The New “Rakino” series downlights are a viable alternative to
10Watt incandescent lamps and offer substantial power savings
on board. Less than 0.8watt at 12 volt.Available in 15 degree spot
or 32 degree spread. The spot lamp is ideal for installations where
the first surface requiring illumination is one metre or more from
the lamp. The spread lamp are ideal for softer light where the first
surface to be illuminated is less than one
metre from lamp. With a completely sealed
lamp body of only 18.5mm. Rakino downlights
can be installed almost anywhere on board.
Interior or exterior, wet or dry.
Approx diameter is 75mm
Available all white or with Stainless Steel Rim.
White Spot LI-LED -DLWH/SPT $44.90
LI-LED -DLSS/SPT $49.90
White Spread LI-LED -DLWH/SPD $44.90
LI-LED -DLSS/SPD $49.90
Also available in 24 volt to order
LED Sea Hawk Series
Efficient, completely sealed and lightweight
at only 250grams. Low power
comsumption of less than 3 watt yet offers
240 lumens of white light. The lens is
manufactured from heavy duty polyamide
“optical nylon” for superior durability.
Precision optics provide two light pattern
options. Spread lamps are ideal for illuminating
cockpits and transoms with a close range and wide spread of light.
Spot lamps are suitable for applications such as mounting
underneath spreaders on a yacht, 9-33 volts
LI-LED -SH/W $199.00
LI-LED -SH/B $199.00
Hella LED Floodlight
The LED Mega Beam is a close range
deck floodlight providing all the reliability
and power saving advantages of Hella
marine LED technology. Comes pre-wired
with 2 metres of twin core marine cable.
Multi voltage 9->30 Volts DC
Draws 7 Watts. Black or White Surround
H145mm X W110mm
LI-LED -MB/W $199.90
LI-LED -MB/BK $199.90
LED 360 Nav Light Bulb
LED bulbs to replace standard 10 watt navigation light bulbs.
Low power consumption with a life expectancy of approx 50,000
hours. Replaces a 10 watt navigation light bulb - suitable for
clear lens nav lights. Dual voltage - suits both 12v and 24v
systems. 2 styles - bayonet style with parallel or staggered
LED 360 Nav Light Bulb
12 volt LED 360 degree nav light bulb. 2 pin parallel
bayonet style. Replaces standard 10 watt bulbs in the
majority of 360 deg anchor riding lights used in smaller
powerboats. Suits Eastern, AAA, RWB and many other
DISCOUNT PRICE LIG-LED/S $23.90
10 x LED Spot / Flood Combination Light
Very compact size with ultra bright LED
combination of spot light and wide angle
flood light in one unit.
Power - 21 watts. Light output 922 lumens
90mm wide x 70mm deep x 115mm height
LI-LED -FL/S VALUE AT $159.90
Suitable for all brands of
approved nav lights
with offset pins.
50 LED, Replaces a
25 watt globe
3.5 watt power consumption
Multivolt 10 - 30 volt
Perfect for small craft navigation
lights, exterior courtesy and
some interior fittings. 18 LED
Available in White, Red or Green.
19mm X 44mm
12 volts, draws 40mA.
Suits Hella and Lalizas style
LED Globe Replacements
used in Series 25
has dimpled ends
Tamar Marine 6-8 West Tamar Road, Launceston. Tasmania 7250 Phone (03)63316188 Fax (03) 63342681
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