PRLog - June 28, 2011 - ROWVILLE VIC, Australia -- Anglers and boaties, who fish at night, leave the dock before light or spend any time on the water after sunset, unfortunately know the problems of ripping through battery power, poor quality lighting and useless corroded lights after a season or two. Thankfully those days are in the past with RoadVision’s range of LED marine lighting products
SubAqua by RoadVision Pty Ltd
RoadVision’s latest product is the SubAqua series of underwater lights utilising ultra bright and long lasting LEDs. Fully submersible, sealed to an impressive IP68 rating and capable to depths of 30 meters. The SubAqua series is perfect for transom mounting, deck or overhead lighting, engine bay compartments or dock lighting.
Featuring hard-anodized marine grade aluminium housing the SubAqua is stylish, sleek and durable with 3 location points for simple surface mounting applications. Finished in a corrosion resistant powder coat and protected by a virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lens the SubAqua is available in wide or narrow beam patterns in a choice of Blue, White or Red LED light colours.
Designed for the harsh underwater and marine environments the SubAqua features a powerful quad-LED arrangement producing a potent 720 lumens whilst drawing only 1 amp. With multi-volt input from 9-32V DC, solid state technology and a rated 50,000 hour LED life span for added peace of mind.
Boat owners are increasingly finding that the addition of underwater lights changes the character of their vessel. Whether a comfortable dinner at the dock surrounded by a luminous aquarium, to illuminating the reef for a night dive or luring big game fish up from the depths of the ocean, the addition of underwater lights is one accessory that will take a long time to tire.
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RoadVision is an importer & distributor of high quality performance lighting for the automotive industry. Specialising in LED and HID technologies we have a lighting solution for every application from auto, marine, agriculture, industrial and transport.