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UK- and U.S.-based Lumishore, a manufacturer of LED underwater lights, has launched the new Lumishore EOS Thru-Hull Colour Change system. The new range of compact units have nearly three times the brightness of existing lights, have a 110-foot-wide beam angle, and are individually controlled by one EOS controller.



The controller screen enables individual control of each light’s color and intensity in a wireless integration with smartphones and tablets. Standard features include integrated sound-to-light and 12 preset light colors and groups with multiple fish attraction variations.



For more information, visit www.lumishore.com.

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