Designed and built for the military in 2005, OGM's LX2 Series of LED Running Lights are currently used by several military branches (including the Navy Seals), RIBs, Pilot and Patrol Boats, Fireboats, Fishing Vessels and power and sailboats up to 50M (164'). The unique design and rugged construction of the LX2 Series has expanded their use outside of their intended USCG approved navigation light purposes. Some unique applications include firehouse entry/exit light indicators in harsh marine locations and cruise ship pier lighting in hurricane-prone areas like Mexico and the Caribbean. All OGM Lights are built with solid, rugged construction using hard anodized aluminum and cast acrylic lenses to ensure years of clear visibility, worry-free operation and safety in all types of weather. Sealed with 3M VHB adhesive commonly used for airplanes and underwater cameras, the two areas that have openings to the outside area are then reinforced with epoxy, and the marine-grade 18 awg sheathed wire is epoxied within a loop to ensure no moisture wicks. These are solidly tested in the most unforgiving ocean environments across the globe since 2005. At 0.17 amps at 12VDC, the LX2 Series (Port, Starboard, Stern and Towing) lights use a fraction of the energy required by incandescent lights. Visibility: 2nm
Boat Type: Sail and power boats up to 164'.
Bracket: Not Required. Mounted directly to transom or Rail Plate
Voltage Range: 10-30VDC (tested 9-32VDC)
Current Draw: 0.17 amp at 12VDC
Construction: Black hard coated anodized aluminum, cast acrylic lens.
Wiring: 2-conductor 18- AWG marine grade (2.5' cable supplied)
Size: 3.3 x 2.75 x 0.75"
Weight: 9 oz.
Environment: Harsh marine: Waterproof, submersible
Light Source: Single LED, 50,000 hour full-brightness life
Horizontal Viewing Angle: 112.5 degrees
Vertical Viewing Angle: >70 degrees
Warranty: 3 years standard (10 years with product registration ---and optional 25 years with OrcaCare Preferred Upgrade Program available for additional fee)
Certifications: USCG 2NM, ABYC-A16, IMO COLREGS ’72