OceanLED X-Series is a superb underwater LED light range for small and medium sized fishing and cruising boats
Combining brightness with affordability, whether cruising or fishing, the X8 gives stunning performance allowing you to enjoy more time on the water with family and friends.
Compact and simple design
Slim design makes is simple to install on small and medium sized boats. Made from a chemically resistant optical polymer with a built in driver, there is a lot packed into this compact light.
Catch More Fish
Fantastic for fishing or having fun with family and friends. Switch on the Fish-Strobe mode and the light emits a random strobe pattern that is proven to attract extra bait fish and help catch more fish.
60° Circular Beam Angle
True 60° beam angle with no fading at the edge giving better illumination allowing for a variety of mounting orientations while maintaining light spread.
Easy to Clean
Thanks to its Tritonium coating, a simple wipe of the lens removes any underwater growth saving hours of scrubbing each time you use it.
Active Thermal Control
ATC prevents overheating. In the event of overheating the ATC system will reduce the LED power level in order to protect the LEDs, or in extreme cases, turn off the fixture completely.
Above Water Mounting
The X Series can also be used as an exterior light for your cockpit, deck or trailer. This is achieved with the advanced built in driver that will dim the LEDs if out of the water. This keeps the temperature down and protects the LEDs from any damage as well as giving you the correct amount of light above or below water.
What's In The Box?
- 60° Side Beam Angle
- 60° Top Beam Angle
- Up to 2300 Fixture Lumens
- Circular Beam Angle
- Compact and simple design
- Simple to install
- Easy to clean
- Fish-Strobe Mode
- Active Thermal Control
- X8 Ultra White Unit hard-wired with 3 Metres of Marine Tinned Cable
- White Plastic Bezel (Stainless Bezel Available - See Accessories)
- Waterproof Glass Fuse Holder with 2A Fuse
- Stainless Steel Fixing Screws
- Quick Installation Guide