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MARINE LED LIGHTING

Source: BRIGHT LIGHTNav LEDs must meet USCG requirements.

CLEARLY BETTER

LED lighting uses significantly less battery juice. Let’s take the recent conversion to LED lighting aboard my 2006 Edge- Water 228CC, for example.

The existing lights all used the same incandescent bulb rated to consume 10 watts and 0.8 amps per hour at 12 volts. Noting the specs

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