Livorsi Introduces LED Navlights

press release
Friday, January 13, 2012

Livorsi has developed a navigation light with powerful LED lighting within a rugged low-profile housing. These popular LED Navigation Lights are used by performance, work boat and government boats a like.

 

LED lights outlast and out shine regular incandescent bulbs. LED lights use up to 90% less energy; these Livorsi nav lights only consume 1/10th of an amp at 14 volts. This means a longer life and less rigging time switching out lights. These lights are to be used on any vessel up to 65 feet and have a visibility of 2 nautical miles. These lights are designed to be mounted on a vertical surface, to allow the light pattern to be unobstructed from view. These LED Nav Lights flush mount onto the fiberglass surface for a seamless uniform  look. Made of 316 marine grade stainless steel, a highly anti-corrosive metal. This grade of steel has an increased resistance to corrosion, perfect for the marine environment.

  • Available for 12 or 24 volt system
  • For port or starboard
  • Measures 3 ¼ in. W x 1 ¾ in. L x 7/8 in.  D
  • Made of 316L stainless steel
  • Polish finish
  • ABYC & USCG certified
  • NMMA accepted
  • Optional adapter plate is available for White Industries & TH lights

 
LED Pop-Up Bow Light

 

The LED Pop-Up Bow Light houses both port and starboard navigation lights in one convenient housing. Folds down flush when closed, opens with the push of a button. LED lights draw very littler power and stay cool to the touch, approved for USCG approved for 2 nautical miles. Optional waterproof cup is available for water runoff.
 

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