ACR RCL-85 Black LED Searchlight w/Wireless Remote Control - 12/24V
ACR RCL-85 Black LED Searchlight with Wireless Remote Control - 12/24V
Easy to install and control, the weatherproof RCL-85 offers outstanding brightness and beam distance combined with exceptional value to fulfill a variety of uses, such as aiding night-time navigation, signaling other vessels, illuminating landmarks, assisting docking maneuvers and man overboard searches, or facilitating night-fishing expeditions.
The RCL-85 LED searchlight was designed for the boater who wants to ditch the hassle of halogen searchlights, but still wants their affordability. With an impressive 240,000 candelas using 6 High Flux (30W) LEDs, you have visibility over ½ of a nautical mile to light the way to your destination. The simple installation only requires running your 12 to 24 volt power to the searchlight, all operations are completely wireless.
The RCL-85 LED’s sleek design makes it an attractive and cost-effective choice for small to medium sized recreational powerboats as well as light commercial vessels. This searchlight comes with a wireless handheld remote to rotate the light 350 degrees. With an 8 degree beam angle, the light can tilt an impressive 90 degrees to make lighting draw bridges, buoys and docks a breeze. Need to get some assistance, use the Strobe function to signal for help. The RCL-85 is weather resistant with the electronics located in the IP68 water-resistant light head instead of the base for increased protection. The ASA housing and lens are sealed against the elements for years of troublefree operation.
- 6 High Flux LEDs (OSRAM)
- 240,000 Candela, Max Beam Distance 3,215 Feet (980 m)
- Wireless Handheld Remote (Included)
- 350° Rotation and 90° Tilt
- 2 Amps (12V) to 1.1 Amps (24V)
- Efficient, long life LED’s - 50,000 operating hours
- UV & Weather Resistant
- Offers wireless control options
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.