Versatile Chart Table Lamp is Easy on the eyes

(Press Release)
Friday, June 22, 2012

The White/Red LED Flexi Chart Table Lamp from Hella marine provides crisp, energy-efficient illumination for day or night vision conditions. 

It also doubles as an attractive supplemental light.Available in white, red, and white/red LED models, the sleek and adjustable lamps are excellent for navigation areas, berths or anywhere a reading light is needed.  The dual color white/red version lamps feature precise dimming via an integrated rotary switch in the lamp head. With a current draw of less than 2W, or less than 0.2A at 12V, these LED lamps are cool to the touch—important in close quarters.  For an ultra-long service life, Hella marine Multivolt electronics ensure consistent illumination and circuit protection across a range of inputs from 9-31V DC.


Completely sealed, the LED Flexi Chart Table Lamp features a rugged, UV-resistant black plastic housing.  White LED and Red LED models are also available with a white housing.  The lamp head measures 4" L x 1.8" W x 1.4" H, with flexible 316 stainless steel arm choices of 6" or 16" lengths.  The lamp comes pre-wired with 5" of twin-core marine cable.  CE-approved, the White/Red LED Flexi Chart Table Lamp from Hella marine has a suggested retail price of $180 for the 6" arm model.
 

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