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225° LED Navigation Light, Masthead/Steaming with Red Deck Light


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Model # 13836283 | Mfg # SM3NMMHDKR
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Signal Mate's 225° LED Masthead/Steaming with Red Deck Light is used powerboats, sailboats and commercial vessels up to 65' (20m).

This light is small but robust, featuring latest technology high-brightness LEDs. It is USCG-certified, satisfies requirements of COL REG 72, and is RoHs compliant. It reflects unique innovations in design and fabrication that limit or eliminate substances dangerous to the environment without sacrificing performance or durability. Constant brightness over the full operating range of 10V to 30V DC ensures the light will meet or exceed nautical mile requirements if the battery voltage drops. Active & passive RF filtering to prevent radio interference. Reverse polarity-protected, surge-protected, waterproof and vibration-proof. Includes bracket.


  • Visibility: 3 NM
  • Voltage range: 10 to 30 VDC
  • Current draw: 0.160A @ 12V
  • Wiring: 2-1/2' UV outdoor 20 AWG wire
  • Dimensions: 3-3/4'"H x 1-1/2" Dia.
  • Construction: Hard anodized aluminum, polycarbonate lens
  • Mounting: 1/4- 20 female threads at bottom of light for mounting (optional brackets)
  • Environment: Waterproof, submersible
  • Weight: 8.0 oz.
  • Certifications: USCG 3NM, ABYC-A16, COLREGS '72
  • Warranty: 5 years

225° LED Navigation Light, Masthead/Steaming with Red Deck Light

Amperage 0.16/0.27 Amp Draw
Color White/Red with Black Housing
Compatibility For Sail/Power/Commercial Up To 20 Meters
Dimensions 7 3/4" Height x 2" Depth
Material Anodized Aluminum
Polycarbonate Lens
Mounting Hardware Included
Mount Type Mastheads
Type Masthead
Visibility 3 Nautical Mile
Voltage 10-30 Volts DC
Warranty Details Five Year Limited Warranty Covering Materials & Workmanship
Wattage 3 watts

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