TritonLED 20-Inch Waterproof HIGH OUTPUT
TritonLED LED 20-Inch Waterproof High Output Light Strip
The 20-Inch LED SeaStrip comes in various colors as in Blue, Red, Green, White, White/Blue(Dual Color) and make the perfect addition to any marine vessel. While producing 300 lumens per strip, the LED light is sure to bring out the best features of your yacht or boat. It's 20 Inches long and fully water-resistant. Multiple LED SeaStrips can be connected together to achieve longer runs. The TritonLED SeaStrips are suitable for mounting under gunnels or boats, hatch areas, engine rooms, docks, etc.
- Waterproof for Marine use
- Connect multiple strips inline or install just one strip
- Great for Under Gunnels, Storage Lockers, Bilge Area
- Single Color or Dual-Color
- Heavy Duty Plastic Casing
- 18" Marine Grade Cable from both ends of strip.
- 20" Long
- Available in Blue, Green, Cool White, Red or Blue/White Dual Color
- Voltage: 12VDC
- Watts: 7w
- 50,000 Life Hours
- IP68 Fully Waterproof
- 300 Lumens
What's in the Box:
- (1) 20" LED Strip
- (2) Clips
- (4) Stainless Steel Screws
The 20” TritonLED 12 volt led light strip are by far our best selling led strip light. They are the perfect length to install under the gunnels where you might have rod holders in the way of longer strips. The 20” led strips have cable leads on both ends, allowing you to daisy chain multiple strips inline with ease.
Mounting is easy with the two included U-Shaped clips and stainless-steel screws. We also highly recommend you use butt connectors with built-in heat shrink to keep the moisture out when making all your connections.
These boat led strip lights are available in many colors like White, Red, Blue, Green and there is also a Dual-Color model that can change from White to Blue. Using a 3-position On/Off switch, you can switch to Blue for a more relaxing atmosphere, or White when more light is needed to rig baits, wash the boat, etc.
The TritonLED strips are fully waterproof and very durable, so you don’t have to worry about stepping on them, hitting them with a gaf or hosing them down. Besides mounting them under the gunnels, they can be mounted inside hatches, bilge areas, engine rooms or under stairs.