OceanLED launches new sport series

Oct 15, 2016 by Guest Writer

UK-based OceanLED, a manufacturer of marine LED lighting, has introduced its new Sport Series, with the debut of the Sport S3116s, engineered for sport fishing and active cruising. The light has 9,800 lumens in an Ultra White or Midnight Blue option.

Ideal for small to medium-sized boats, the light has a diameter of 100mm.

From above, the 90-degree beam angle gives a wide spread. Below the water, the 20-degree side beam, along with the 5,000 fixture lumens, makes the light 20 percent brighter than the other lights in its class, the company said in a statement.

The S3116s can also switch on to fish-strobe mode to emit a random strobe pattern that attracts bait-fish.

The new lights will be available in November starting at $499. For more information, visit www.oceanled.com.


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