New Marine LED Boat Lights from Rigid Industries

Press Release
Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Rigid Industries announces the release of the Marine SR-M and Marine SR-M Flush Mount LED lights for leisure craft.

Rigid Industries is evolving once again by taking the already amazing Single Row Mini and transforming into the new Marine Single Row Mini. This small light packs a big punch in the form of output and has the same great characteristics as all other Rigid Industries Marine series lights. This Marine SR-M is encased in an aluminum housing, with a variety of optics and beam patterns that Rigid Industries are known for.

The Marine SR-M with a diffusion lens separates the beam of light outwards at a 60-degree angle providing a great amount of light for the deck of a boat or anywhere that a full spread of light is needed.

The SR-M is also available in a Flush Mount version bringing efficient lighting to applications where space or appearance is a concern. The flush mount option allows for a whole new look while also adding flexibility during installation. All you need is a flat surface and the ability to wire to it.

Brandon Palaniuk, Bass Master Elite Series Pro Angler says, “These are the brightest lights, the most durable lights that I've seen.” He uses the Marine SR-M flush mount version in the gunnel of his boat to have a bright light that he can use while searching through his tackle box, baiting his line, or to get ready. Marine SR-M’s are a great multipurpose light that are great for many universal applications.

With its aluminum housing, multiple 1200 MHz signal processors, over/under reverse voltage protection, patented optics, ASTMB117 Salt/Fog certifications, IP68 certifications, and 3 stage UV protected bright white powder coat, the Marine SR-M will offer a corrosion free application for any boat in fresh or salt water.

 

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