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New lights change color

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Bluefin LED, a UK-based manufacturer of underwater lighting, has launched a range of color-changing underwater lights. Available in surface mount and thru-hull models, the powerful RGBW LED lights boast 2,500 to 10,000 fixture lumens. The new LEDs are offered in red, green, blue and white with various color-changing options that can be scrolled, dimmed, sequenced or strobed.

For more information, visit www.bluefinled.com. In the US, e-mail info@oceanmark.com.

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