Compact NaviLED navigation lamps

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Hella Marine has introduced the second generation of its Compact NaviLED navigation lamps. The port and starboard lights provide convenient horizontal surface mounting and are visible within two nautical miles, according to the company.

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Using a combined 2 watts, the Compact NaviLEDs consume less than 10 percent of the power required to run a bulb navigation lamp providing the same visible distance. The footprint is very similar to the original Compact lights, so owners with originals should have no mounting issues, says Hella customer service representative Kevin Watkiss. "The housing is also more robust, and the performance has been improved," he says. The company backs the lights with a five-year warranty, and the product carries all the necessary certifications. They measure 3.5 by 2 by 1.5 inches and have an MSRP of $199 for a twin pack. Contact: Hella Marine, (770) 631-7500. www.hellamarine.com

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