Equipment: Compact Courtesy Light Provides Big Illumination

Courtesy Light Shadow-Caster

May 9, 2024

Adequate illumination is an important part of staying safe. The new CL10 Courtesy Light from Shadow-Caster features up to 250 lumens of RGBW light in a unique design that provides multiple mounting possibilities. And because it’s IP67 submersible, the compact fixture can be installed above or below decks.

The CL10 Courtesy Light can brighten onboard areas that are a bit too dark. At only 10.12″ x 1.01″ x 0.63″, the low-profile unit easily tucks into small, out of the way spaces. A five-conductor RGBW lead makes wiring the CL10 Courtesy Light simple. Operating on 12V DC, it draws a mere 240mA for each RGBW channel.

The true white channel of the Shadow-Caster CL10 is perfect for functional lighting, while red and green colors help maintain night vision. Just setting a mood is also easy. Whichever color is chosen, the even illumination is broad and without glare. The sleek modern design of the clean white lens and polished 316 stainless steel mounting covers complement almost any marine décor.

Suitable for both recreational and commercial vessels the CL10 Courtesy Light from Shadow-Caster comes with a three-year warranty and has an MSRP of US$79.

Available from GT Performance – Canada, Saskatoon; Marine Electric Technologies, Orillia, ON or Mobile Works Electronics. Kelowna, BC

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