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Durable Anchor Pole Light Built to Last

Photo: Hella Marine

Posted by Michelle Howard

With their finicky filament bulbs and lightweight construction, traditional anchor pole lights seldom last more than a few seasons before needing to be replaced. NaviLED 360 Anchor Pole Mount Lamps from Hella marine are built with heavy-duty components for years of dependable, energy-efficient service. A new 8" fold-down model further rounds out the available lighting options.
Consuming less than 1W of power, these lamps use LED technology and sophisticated MultivoltTM 9-33V DC advanced electronics to ensure reliable illumination. They are internationally-approved to a range of 2 nm. The advanced circuitry also provides reverse polarity, spike and over-voltage protection for long life, even during severe voltage fluctuations and low battery operation.

NaviLED 360 Anchor Pole Mount Lamps are available with a variety of installation options and pole lengths. They include a compact surface mount lamp; 6" and 8" fixed pole versions; and 8", 12", 24" and 40" fold-down models. Each comes pre-wired with twin-core marine cable.

Fully sealed and IP 67-certified, NaviLED lamps use an impact-resistant, ultra-heavy duty Grilamid lens for enhanced clarity and durability. UV and corrosion resistant, Hella marine NaviLED 360 Anchor Pole Mount Lamps meet the requirements of COLREG, USCG, ABYC A-16, Wheelmark, RCD, CE and RCM.

Dec 22, 2017

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