Three New Lumitec Products to Debut at IBEX

MarineElectronics.com
Monday, September 09, 2013

Lumitec, a designer and manufacturer of marine LED lighting solutions, is set to premier three new products at IBEX September 17-19 at booth 2155. Lumitec will also reveal technology updates for some of their most popular lights.

Leading the launch is Lumitec’s new Cayman line of spreader/floodlights with a measured output of up to 2,400 lumens, (integrating sphere measurement). The Cayman family offers: dual-color output, Monolithic solid metal construction, dimming, and DeckSweep optical technology. Color options include: single color (5,000k dimming Neutral white), or dual color (Neutral white dimming with blue dimming, or neutral white dimming with red dimming).

Lumitec will also premier the SeaBlaze Mini and the Shadow surface mount utility light. The newest member of the SeaBlaze family, the diminutive SeaBlaze Mini, leverages many of the technologies utilized in Lumitec’s most popular underwater light the SeaBlaze3, to ensure years of trouble free service. With an actual measured output of more than 700 lumens, the SeaBlaze Mini is perfect for smaller trailer boats, skiffs, or dinghies. It’s available in blue or white output.

Lumitec’s new Shadow surface mount utility lights are both versatile and tough with output greater than a 20W halogen. The Shadow features Lumitec’s Time Toggle Protocol technology enabling dimming and color change with a standard two-wire hookup and any on/off switch.

The Shadow is also compatible with third party controllers including dimmers, flashers, and scene controllers. The light includes a wide range of available output colors and features, including dimming, color change, flashing, and synchronized flashing.

In addition to their newest products, Lumitec will also reveal details on their latest product updates. The SeaBlaze3, Courtesy lights, Mirage down light, Rail2 and Mini Rail2, are among some of the lights that have been updated for 2014.

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