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    12 VDC Bi-Colour Light - horizontal mounting

    €72,-* 4 pcs on stock; working days: 2 Europe, 5 Worldwide
    12 VDC Bi-Colour Light - horizontal mounting, Certified For Use on Power Driven Vessels Under 20 Meters (65.6 ft.) in Length... Show more
    2 variations Housing: Chrome plated

    Product description

    This navigation light is certified for use on sail or power driven vessels under 20 meters (65,6 ft.) in length. 


    • Chrome Plated Zinc Alloy Top with Black Polymer Base or White PERKO KOTE Zinc Alloy Top with White Polymer Base
    • Red and Green Lenses
    • Gold Plated Contacts
    • 2-Mile (USCG 2nm) Certified
    • Bulb included

    Technical Information

    • Voltage [VDC]: 12
    • Wattage [W]: 10
    • Amperage [A]: 0,80
    • Length [inch]: 3 - 1 / 4
    • Width [inch]: 2 - 1 / 4
    • Height [inch]: 1 - 1 / 2
    • Screw Size: #6

    Product Notes

    One mile visibility light available for 0° to 20° declination mounting surfaces: 0225000CHR
    Product 1st010227 series lights meet the US Coast Guard requirements for 12 Volt applications. All the above can also be used as 24 Volt A.B.Y.C. A-16 certified lights on boats built prior to 11/1/03. To use as 24-volt lights while maintaining A-16 certification, replace the bulbs provided with Cat. No. 1st010072DP1CLR 24 Volt bulbs. Contact us for 24-volt applications on new construction.

    Spare Parts

    • Lens (Red/Green): 1st010227DP0LNS
    • Bulbs (2 per card): 1st010071DP0CLR
    • Black Base with Socket Assembly: 1st01022700099A

    Manufacturer information

    • Manufacturer: Perko Inc.
    • Partnumber: 0227DP0CHR


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