LED Bow Navigation Lights, 2NM, Flush Mount, Red/Green - FO3840

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HIGH-PERFORMANCE LED: Feature 3 Super Bright LEDs with a Red and Green lens. Working Voltage: 12V DC. Wattage: 1.2W. LED Lifetime: 100,000 hours.

DURABLE MARINE GRADE MATERIALS: Design of Solid Marine Grade High-Impact Polished Stainless Steel Housing and Polycarbonate Lens. The Finish of this light makes this piece a great and luxurious addition to your boat.

WIDE APPLICATIONS & VISIBILITY: This Navigation Light help you and other boaters have secure night navigation. Vessels Visibility of 2 Nautical Miles. Bean Angle of 112.5 degrees each. Complies with the USCG rule for vessels up to 20 Meters - 65 foot.

WATERPROOF: IP Rating: 66. The circuit board of this navigation light comes completely sealed to resist water, corrosion, and vibration. Design avoid short circuit damage from moisture.

MEASUREMENTS: Overall Dimension: 7 3/4 inches (197mm), Distance Between Holes: 5 3/8 Inches (136mm). Pre-wired Red and Black Cord, Certificate CE, and RoHS. Flush Mount. Mounting Hardware Pre-drilled holes 4 Screws #4 included.


Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Robert Murphy

They worked perfectly as a replacement for the original lights. That's all I can say.

Brad Conner
As described, easy installation, EXCELLENT service.

Slipped right into existing hull opening, used the same screw holes too. Easy-Peasy. Arrived quickly. Smooth.

Mateo Larson
Nice upgrade

Work well. Installed on boat in minutes.

Gracie Fields

I love these lights. Simple drop in replacement for my Key West 1720, which has the lights mounted under the bow where you can't see them from inside the boat, so you never know if they are working or not. These lights are so bright I can see the water lit up on each side of the boat. More importantly, other boaters can see me now!

Helena Zhang
fit great! quality ok.

These fit perfectly in the spot where the old incandescent perkos were. gage wire is VERY small and not really crimpable. it doesn't need to be bigger with the low amp draw, but it's difficult to connect to the existing wire. i wound up soldering and covering with heatshrink tubing. also the waterproofing on the inside side could be better. i'd expect to see the boards potted in epoxy. i hosed it liberally with corrosion x and we will see how it lasts