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Davis Instruments debuts Mega-Light

Davis Instruments debuts Mega-Light

HAYWARD, Calif. — LED lighting has changed how people enjoy the outdoors at night, a press release from Davis Instruments stated. Davis Instruments debuts its Mega-Light. Two models provide bright, clear light, while only drawing 1/50th of an amp.

With their advanced, easy-to-replace LED bulbs and high-output circuit boards, Mega-Lights will run for 2,000 hours—over 80 days—on a fully charged 12 volt car battery. They even feature a light sensor that turns them on automatically when it gets dark.

Mega-Lights are built for the outdoors. They’re 100 percent waterproof with an O-ring seal. The Fresnel lens projects light a 2 nm/2.3 mi., and an included 320 mA bulb provides the option for twice that illumination. While not USCG approved, Mega-Light is commonly used in addition to an anchor light. This allows dinghy operators looking forward in the dark to see its illumination.

Perfect for boaters, anglers, RVers or anyone with a 12V DC outlet, the Mega-Light Utility light comes with a UL-approved, 15-foot heavy-duty cord with fused plug and hanging bracket. An incandescent bulb is included for softer lighting.

The Mega-Light Masthead is perfect for use as a navigation, interior or security light. It comes with a stainless steel bracket to mount to a mast or bulkhead, or inside an engine compartment. With six #10 holes and two key-way slots, it offers a wide variety of installation options, and even comes ready for use with a Davis Windex. It’s pre-wired with a 12-inch lead.

Davis Instruments’ Mega-Light Utility is $49.99 and its Mega-Light Masthead is $52.99.
Contact Davis Instruments at 510.732.9229, or visit www.davisnet.com.

SOURCE: Davis Instruments press release

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