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Old 05-13-2008, 12:46 AM
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I just found one that screws into the drain plug. I will get more details soon.

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Looks cool. just dont know about drilling holes in my boat.
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Looks cool. just dont know about drilling holes in my boat.
It still floats.
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:47 PM
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Anyone using transom mounted leds.

I have seen the advertisments for Ocean Led and they are bad azzz.

Any other known companies??

I havent see any other marinized cree led's yet.

For the exterior (beach lighting) Im going with the Ocean LED A6 sized Amphibians expenseive as he(( but worth it.

For the interior Im using 20 of the the Ibex award winning Apeirons LED's that cycle through 3 colors.

I feel like Im building the worlds most expensive 28 ft boat.


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Old 09-25-2008, 08:09 PM
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Has anyone seen any under the water line Red LEDs?
I suppose Red wouldn't be good under power for Navigational reasons. But I think it would look cool at the marina docks. for a boat with a red theme.
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Old 09-26-2008, 12:48 AM
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Has anyone seen any under the water line Red LEDs?
I suppose Red wouldn't be good under power for Navigational reasons. But I think it would look cool at the marina docks. for a boat with a red theme.

You know..........I think the wave length of the red color gets filtered by the water a lot. I really don't think red would be good at all underwater.
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I just found one that screws into the drain plug. I will get more details soon.
I found this one, very affordable. But the housing is made of PVC. Seems kinda cheap. I could just imagine that breaking off. Thats alot of mass being supported by a 1/2" Piece of plastic NPT.

http://www.hurleymarine.com/Drain_Lights.html
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I just installed one Ocean LED A6 (other one on the UPS truck still)

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Use Ocean LED Amphibian A6's - awesome!


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I just installed two Lumitec Sea Blaze 3's. Our company has benchmarked these against the Ocean LED A12's and they are very close in light output, and the Lumitec are approximately 1/2 the price.

The Sea Blase 3's have three color modes Blue, White, and Blue/White Combo.

http://www.lumiteclighting.com/seablaze3dualcolor.html
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