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Price:$230.00 EachTypically Ships In 11 - 12 weeks
Offshore Series LED JBOX Light, 9-32vdc, 10W Alum Housing, PC Lens, Cool White LED, IP68
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Designed to outshine and outlast the competition, the LED Junction Box fixture features advanced electronic technology like Pulse Width Modulation, Electronic Thermal Management, and a Redundant Circuit Design that allows the fixture to function even if half the light should fail for unknown reasons. Mounted on a bulkhead or ceiling, the JBOX fixture with its 1000 fixture lumens is an ideal modern day replacement for legacy jelly jar lights.  
  • LED light and jbox all in one
  • Completely water tight to IP68
  • Matches light of 75W incandescent fixtures
  • Ultra wide 180° beam angle
  • Electronic thermal management system
  • Failsafe redundant circuit design
  • Thermal vent with liquid/particle repelling Gore® membrane
Housing Finish/MaterialGloss Grey/Die-Cast 6061 Aluminum
Certifications & ComplianceCE, ROHS, IEC TR 62778
Output ColorCool White
Lifetime Hours50,000 hrs
Halogen Equivalency75W (incandescent)
Manufacturers Part NoLSGSM40180DCF
Input Voltage9-32VDC
DimensionsSee dimensional drawing
Warranty5 years
Power Consumption0.83A @12VDC, 0.41A @24VDC
Lens MaterialPC
Base Dimensions4.41" (112mm) x 4.41" (112mm) x 3.94" (100mm)
Ingress ProtectionIP68
Mounting MethodAdjustable angle brackets
Max Operating Temperature60°C (140°F)
Light TechnologyLED
Beam Angle90°+
Luminous Flux1,000 lms (effective)
Efficiency100 lm/watt
Install LocationInterior/Exterior
Electrical ProtectionsConstant Current Limiting, Thermal
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT)5000K
Ingress Protection Rating (IP)IP65+
Approximate Ship Weight (lbs)2


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Marine Deck Lighting

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Our carefully curated selection of marine deck lights offers you the opportunity to transform your boat's deck into a well-lit oasis that not only ensures safety during nighttime activities but also sets the perfect ambiance for relaxation and enjoyment. Whether you seek energy-efficient LED options, a variety of colors, or dimmable solutions, we have a marine deck lighting solution to meet your needs.


Marine Deck Lighting Frequently Asked Questions


What Are Marine Deck Lights Used For?

Marine deck lights illuminate boat decks, improve visibility, and safety during nighttime activities, and create an inviting atmosphere.


Are LED Marine Deck Lights Energy-Efficient?

LED marine deck lights are highly energy-efficient and can extend the lifespan of your boat's battery.


Can Marine Deck Lights Withstand Harsh Weather Conditions?

Yes, marine deck lights are known for their long-lasting performance because they are engineered to endure challenging weather conditions, including rain, saltwater, and UV rays.

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How Do I Install Marine Deck Lights on My Boat?

Installing the product is usually simple but please refer to the owners manual for proper installation. This will typically involve mounting, wiring, and sealing to ensure a secure fit.


Can I Control the Brightness of Marine Deck Lights?

Some marine deck lights often have dimming options to adjust brightness for personal preferences and power conservation.


Do Marine Deck Lights Come in Different Colors?

Marine deck lights come in various colors, so you can customize your boat's lighting according to your preferences and needs.


Are Marine Deck Lights Legal to Use While Underway?

In general, marine deck lights are typically intended for use when a vessel is at anchor, moored, or in a marina. Using them while underway can potentially create confusion or safety hazards for other boaters, as these lights are not designed for navigation purposes. Please check your local regulations for further information.


How Long Do LED Marine Deck Lights Last?

LED marine deck lights outshine traditional bulbs with their impressive lifespan, often spanning tens of thousands of hours. This far surpasses the shorter lifespan of traditional incandescent or halogen lights.

Related: LED vs. Halogen: Should I Convert to LED Lighting on my Boat?


What Types of Marine Deck Lights Are Available?

There is a variety of marine deck lights, including recessed, surface-mounted, spreader lights, and more, each serving specific purposes on your boat