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09 Feb

 AQUALUMA INTRODUCES ITS BIGGEST
THRU-HULL MODEL TO DATE

Designed to illuminate the world’s largest superyachts, Aqualuma Marine Lighting introduces its biggest and brightest underwater light yet.  The Gen 3, 12 Series delivers a tremendous light output at an affordable price and in a conveniently sized housing.

The Aqualuma Gen3, 12 Series is the company’s biggest offering to date.

This mega light is encased in Aqualuma’s 6 Series housing and gives 6 Series owners the ability to upgrade to the 12 Series from inside the boat with no haul-out.  Featuring 8x standard and 4x wide-angle elliptical optics, this light throws both a deep penetrating and wide flat beam of light from one unit.

This patented, high-tech housing is extremely durable and constructed from a chemically resistant polymer.  There’s no lens seal to deteriorate or leak.  The 12 Series is reverse-polarity and over-temp protected.

Internally serviceable and upgradable, the 12 Series doesn’t require any bonding to anodes.  It operates on 12 or 24V DC and has a current draw of less than 2 amps at 12V or less than 1 amp at 24V.

Featuring simple, 2-wire installation, only a 3-inch thru-hull fitting is needed.  Each light includes 12-feet of tinned marine cable. Aqualuma’s Gen 3, 12 Series is offered in Brilliant White, Ultra Blue and Ultra Green.  It comes with a 3-year warranty and is priced at $1,473.

A new dimension in underwater lighting is yours with the full line of Aqualuma products.

Contact Aqualuma Marine Lighting; US contact:  Alexandra Bader, alex@aqualuma.com, 610-772-0155.  3251 SW 13th Drive, Deerfield Beach, FL  33442;  954-234-2512.  info@aqualuma.com; www.aqualuma.com

 
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