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Michigan-based TecNiq has launched P10 and P11 LED boat spreader lights that deliver up to 1,450 lumens with lower power draws. Offered in recessed and surface-mounted versions, they are available with all white LEDs, or in a red/white combination.

Boat Spreader Lights are built with anodized and white powder coated aluminum bodies and impact-resistant polycarbonate flood projection lenses for durability. Both TecNiq models are available with four high-performance white LEDs, or two white and two night-vision friendly red. They’re waterproof and sealed to IP68 standards.

The four white LED model produces 1,300 lumens, or 700 lumens white and 160 red in the combo version. Both draw a maximum 1.2 amps at 12V DC or 0.6 amps with 24V DC.

TecNiq’s P10 Boat Spreader Light costs $145; the P11 model $154. For more information, visit www.tecniqinc.com.

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