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Old 04 August 2008, 13:21   #1
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led deck lights again

seen these deck lights.... although they say they are perfectly sealed im curious to know if they are waterproof from the rear aswell as front?

http://www.hellamarine.com/?a=3&t=3&...ID=518&pcid=18

thankshttp://www.hellamarine.com/?a=3&t=3&...D=696&pcid=156
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Old 04 August 2008, 13:33   #2
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there is no IP rating shown but it does say they are completely sealed .......the courtesy lights are just what i'm looking for thanks for the link ........

complety sealed would be an ingress protection of 6 and 7 or IP67

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they are nice looking lights, the smaller single led units are about 15 but i could see what looked like joints from behind, unfortunately the chandler wouldnt let me open the pack
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Check out http://yachtlights.com/

I've haven't ordered anything from them yet but they seem to have a great selection of LED products.
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they are nice looking lights, the smaller single led units are about 15 but i could see what looked like joints from behind, unfortunately the chandler wouldnt let me open the pack
Well this chandler would

I have the red version fitted to my own boat and those are totally a sealed unit, aplastic moulding filled with potting compound - basically.

I like them a lot.
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Well this chandler would

I have the red version fitted to my own boat and those are totally a sealed unit, aplastic moulding filled with potting compound - basically.

I like them a lot.

sorry mate which ones. the single led hella with partial lens or twin one in rectangular fitting??
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sorry mate which ones. the single led hella with partial lens or twin one in rectangular fitting??
These are the ones I have, I have not tried out the blue version yet though...

http://shop.malthouse-marine.com/ind...=183&parent=43
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These are the ones I have, I have not tried out the blue version yet though...

http://shop.malthouse-marine.com/ind...=183&parent=43
They look like the ones we fit to the 770's - very good and we have them pointing down so that they just illuminate the deck and you don't get any glare directly from the light source.
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