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Lumitec Underwater Light




Lumitec continues to define the landscape in underwater LED lights, for performance, reliability and quality. Our SeaBlaze underwater light series offer the highest lumens per dollar on the market, are built using state of the art technology and the highest quality materials and are designed to run cooler, consume less power and last longer than other conventional underwater lighting technologies. 

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Lumitec Seablaze 3 White LED Under Water Light
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Lumitec Seablaze 3 Blue LED Under Water Light

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Lumitec Seablaze 3 Green LED Under Water Light
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Lumitec Seablaze 3 Dual Color White/Blue Under Water Light

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Lumitec Seablazex White Bronze Underwater Light
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Lumitec Seablazex White/Blue Bronze Underwater Light

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Lumitec SeaBlaze Mini Underwater Light - Pair - Brushed Finish - White Non Dimming
Lumitec SeaBlaze Mini - Underwater Light - Pair - Brushed Finish - Blue Non Dimming
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Lumitec SeaBlazeX Spectrum - Underwater Light - Bronze Housing - Full-Color Red, Blue, Green & White 101320
Lumitec SeaBlazeX Spectrum - Underwater Light - Bronze Housing - Full-Color Red, Blue, Green & White 101320

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FAQ

q. Why doesn’t Lumitec have any published Lumen information?

a. Our research indicates that lumen data as published by many lighting suppliers is grossly inaccurate, or at best misleading. To accurately ascertain this information one needs to conduct careful testing using sophisticated equipment.  In lieu of this, many companies generate lumen ‘approximations’ by simply adding the lumen output published by emitter manufacturers. Unfortunately, this data usually yields approximations which are significantly overstated.  The reason is that the initial emitter output data is generated in a laboratory, with a junction temp of 25C, at a pulse of about 20 mS. This emitter lumen output information is really only useful for comparing one emitter to another. Moreover, this ‘hypothetical’ lumen data is typically not derated for reduction of luminous efficiency due to heat, optics, windows, elevated drive currents, etc.

Naturally, it is not our policy to knowingly publish incorrect information. Therefore, we prefer to compare our lights to alternate light sources. For example, our SeaBlaze3 underwater light is brighter than most lights in its class, and usually outperforms lights priced 2 to 3 times more.  Our Caprera and Capri lights are excellent replacements for the typical 55W halogen flood lights.  These comparisons can be seen in our side-by-side photographic comparisons in the “products” section of our web site.

(or click here for photos of our lights in use)

 

q. What type of bottom paint should be used when mounting the SeaBlaze Underwater Lights to the transom?

a. We recommend using Trilux 33 Antifouling Aluminum Bottom Paint with your SeaBlaze Underwater Lights. Any pre-existing bottom paints on the transom with high copper content should be removed within a 1 inch border around the SeaBlaze housing. The removal area can then be coated with the Trilux 33 Antifouling Paint or other “Aluminum Safe” bottom paint.

 

q. What sealant is recommended for the underwater lights?

a. 5200 is not recommended as it is an very aggressive adhesive. 4200 is recommended as a proper sealant.

 

q. Do I need a DC transformer as the power of the original Halogen lights I am replacing is 110v 60hz?

a. Yes, you will need a power source of 12 to 24 VDC. 

 

q. Some of your lights are rated for 12VDC, but my boat only has 24VDC where I want to install the lights.  Is there any way to use your 12VDC on a vessel’s 24VDC power system?

a. Yes, by running 2 of our 12VDC lights in SERIES the lights can be operated on a 24VDC system.  See this wiring diagram (pdf) for more details:

 

q. Should I paint the underwater lights?

a. Performance will not be affected if you do not paint the lights.  However like any underwater fitting you may experience growth if the parts are not coated with an appropriate anti-fouling paint. You MUST use aluminum-safe bottom paint, and you should not use non-safe paints in close proximity to the SeaBlaze lights. 

 

q. What is the material of the underwater lights?

a. The housing is Marine Grade aluminum, with a Hardcoat finish tested to 3,000 hours in a 117 salt spray chamber. The majority of our lights are made from this material.

 

q. What is the wattage?

a The wattage isn’t quoted but can be found by multiplying the current by the operating voltage.

 

q. How far does the SeaBlaze3 shine underwater?  SeaBlaze2?

a. Approximately 50 feet in clear water conditions
b. Approximately 25 feet in clear water conditions

 

q. How many hours will our lights burn?

a. Approximately 30,000 hours

LED Lighting Selection and Design

Q - What is the recommended spacing and/or depth for underwater lights?
A - Many factors will govern the placement or your underwater lights, including the location of a flat mounting surface, the ability to safely run power to the location, and the location of engines, struts, trim tabs, etc. which may obstruct the light output.  Although Lumitec underwater lights can be run above water, they perform best when completely submerged 8" to 16" below the water.  For inboard boats: generally speaking 1 light for every 2.5 to 5 feet of beam provides good results.  For outboard and stern dive vessels, good results are generally acheived by installing lights outboard of engines, and between engines.  For example, a twin engine vessel would use 3 lights, a triple engine vessel would use 4 lights, etc.
Q - What are the modes of operation for the SeaBlazeX products?
A -    Dual Colored Lights:
  • Mode 1: Cross-Fade - randomly cycles between blue and white
  • Mode 2: 6 white emitters illuminated at full power
  • Mode 3: 6 blue emitters illuminated  at full power
  • Mode 4: All 12 emitters illuminated at full power
  • Mode 5: Strobe - random strobe pattern using blue and white separately

Single Colored Lights: 

  • Mode 1: All 12 emitters illuminated at full power
  • Mode 2: Cross-Fade - dims and intensifies the light level intermittently
  • Mode 3: Strobe - random strobe pattern
Q - What are the modes of operation for the SeaBlaze 3 products?
A -    Dual Colored Lights:
  • Mode 1:        4 white emitters illuminated at full power
  • Mode 2:        4 blue emitters illuminated at full power
  • Mode 3:        All 8 emitters illuminated at full power
Q - Can I run the SeaBlaze underwater lights out of water?
A - Yes. All of our SeaBlaze lights incorporate a thermal foldback protection mechanism which will ensure the sophisticated internal circuitry does not overheat. Note however that the lights are designed for underwater operation. In some instances the thermal foldback circuitry may reduce the power (heat) of the device, therby reducing the light output. The light will return to full intensity once it is again operated underwater

 

Q - Do I need to bond the SeaBlaze lights?
A - Lumitec does not recommend bonding of the SeaBlaze underwater lights.

 

Q - What sealant is recommended for the underwater lights?
A - A high quality sealant designed for below waterline applications is recommended.  3M 4200 is one such sealant.

 

Q - What type of paint do I use if I am going to paint my underwater lights? What is the process I should follow if I am going to paint?
A -    While painting your underwater lights is not necessary, there are a few guidelines to follow if you choose to do so:
  • Ensure that your existing bottom paint is compatible with the light's housing (aluminum for SeaBlaze2, SeaBlaze3, SeaBlaze Mini and bronze for SeaBlazeX);
  • If the existing paint is NOT compatible, take measures to isolate the bottom paint from the light to prevent electrolysis and corrosion.  Non-compatible paints should not be applied within 1" of the light housing.
  • Do NOT sand the housing prior to applying paint. Sanding will strip the protective finish from the surface and increase the likelihood of corrosion.
Q - Where can I see the difference between the underwater lights?
A - Please visit www.underwaterlightcomparison.com for technical data and side-by-side comparison photos of the SeaBlaze family of lights.

Installation & Maintenance

 

Q - Do the Lumitec lights come with everything you need to install?
A - Mounting hardware is included with all Lumitec lights.  Electrical connections are unique to each installation and as such butt connectors, bus bars, fuses, switches are not included.

 

Q - Is there a way to open up my lights to do repairs or change components?
A - No, your Lumitec lights are sealed at the factory. 

 

Q - What do I use to clean my lights?
A - Solvents, harsh chemicals, or abrasive/scouring pads should not be used for cleaning.  Mild soap and water is generally sufficient to remove grime and salt spray. Underwater lights may be cleaned with a nylon brush and flexible straightedge to remove growth on the lens surface and housing as necessary.

Light Color, Control & Dimming Function (TTP)

 

Q - How do I change the output color on multi-color lights?
A - Multi-color or multi-output lights may Lumitec's TTP technology.  To change the output color or output mode of a light, briefly toggle the light OFF then immediately back ON.  The light will cycle to the alternate or next output color.

 

Q - How do I know that the color of my lights will match?
A - Lumitec carefully selects LED's with tightly controlled color outputs to ensure color consistency from product to product, and even from product family to product family. The human eye can detect about 10 million different colors. This means that even minor variations in output hue across a group of lights can be detected, and may be unappealing in some situations. Lumitec carefully selects "Bins" of LED's (batches of LED's that have been grouped together by the manufacturer because they have extremely similar output) so that output hue is consistent from light to light and product family to product family. In many instances Lumitec's LED suppliers such as Cree and Phillips Lumileds will design and maintain Bins exclusively to Lumitec's exacting specifications.

In 2012 Lumitec introduced "ColorMatch": a way to ensure that all of the lights for a given application have the same output hue. The ColorMatch system ensures that output hues (e.g. warm white, neutral white, blue, red, etc.) are consistent between individual lights within a family, and between different product families.

 

Q - What is color temperature, or Corrected Color Temperature?
A - The output hue of white LED lights is often described in terms of "Color Temperature" or "Corrected Color Temperature", expressed in units of Kelvin. In short, CCT approximates the surface temperature of an "ideal" heated light-emitting body- for example the tungsten filament of an incandescent light bulb. Typical color temperatures for white LED's range from about 10,000 K, which is distinctly blue, to a natural daylight white at 5000 K, down to the yellower color of a traditional incandescent light at about 2700.
 
Q- What is "TTP"?
A - TTP is Timed Toggle Protocol.  It is a technology developed and refined by Lumitec which enables sophisticated features like dimming and/or color change with no external control boxes or specialized switches.  The light is installed like any 12 or 24VDC light: using a positive and negative power wire controlled by any standard ON/OFF switch. 

 

Q - How do I Dim TTP-Equipped Lumitec lights?
Lumitec Lights with dimming functionality ramp up in intensity over a period of about 4 seconds when initially turned on.  A brief "Off/On" toggle of the switch during the ramp phase will interrupt the ramp and hold the light at that intensity

 

Q - How do I change colors or change output modes of TTP-Equipped Lumitec lights?
A - Multi-color or multi-output lights may Lumitec's TTP technology.  To change the output color or output mode of a light, briefly toggle the light OFF then immediately back ON.  The light will cycle to the alternate or next output color.

Power & Electrical Systems

Q - Do I need a DC transformer as the power of the original Halogen lights I am replacing is 110v 60hz?
A -    Yes, you will need a power source of 12 to 24 VDC

 

Q - How do I know the correct wire diameter, switch and fuse to use?
A - Electrical components should always be installed by a knowledgeable and qualified individual. Wire gauge and fusing requirements are based on circuit load and configuration and therefore will vary by installation. In all instances the wire gauge should be large enough to accommodate the total circuit load, and fusing should prevent overcurrent events on the circuit. Lumitec lights do not require additional components such as dimmers and proprietary switches. Complete installation instructions for each product are included in each package.

 

Q - Some of your lights are rated for 12VDC, but my boat only has 24VDC where I want to install the lights. Is there any way to use your 12VDC on a vessel’s 24VDC power system?
A - Yes, by running 2 of our 12VDC lights in SERIES the lights can be operated on a 24VDC system.

 

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