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AL35X

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BEST MOUNTING SURFACE: Fiberglass hull REPLACING BULB: Can be done from within vessel BULB USED: 35 watt Xenon bulb LIGHT LIFE: Approx.6000+ hours. LENS TYPE: Borosilicate glass lens is 0.5" / 15mm HOUSING: Naval bronze POWER SUPPLY: Our light is 12 volt start up current 18 amps for about 25 second & 3.5 amps continuous INSTALLATION: 6" to 48" below water line (Lenses tested to a depth of 300ft) Spacing between lights is 6ft to 8ft

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Underwater Hull Light

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This underwater light has been carefully designed to provide a versatile product of the highest quality, suitable for a wide range of underwater applications such as marine, industrial and domestic. WARNING! Sections in this manual identify safe practice. It is of the utmost importance that this manual is carefully read and understood. Failure to do so may result in electric shock, injury, fire, or equipment damage. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY and, if in doubt, seek professional advice. Light source: The light has been carefully designed to take a 35-watt ballast driven HID (Xenon Short Arc Lamp)...

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Water Ingress Protection Rating: IP66 Lamp Details: The light has been carefully designed to take a 50-watt ballast driver HID ( Xenon lamp). Color temp: 10000K. Lumens 5700 _ Specifications (Ballast/Control Gear) ELECTRICAL Mains input voltage: input voltage 9 to 17 volts DC Mains current draw: start up 8.25 amps running 3.5 amps Lamp output starting (ignition) voltage: 21Kv Ballast housing: UL-approved cast aluminum (epoxy coated) Cable entries: Glanded WARNING: Never operate the light out of water as the water provides necessary cooling. The lens bezel must be completely submerged at all...

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socket. IMPORTANT! Ensure the new lamp is wiped totally clean of any dirt or fingerprints. Failure to do so will result in premature lamp burn-out. Refit the Aluminum reflector. It is recommended to wipe a thin layer of Lanolin based grease only around the edge of the lamp base . Inspect the housing to ensure it is completely clean and dry. The lens may be cleaned if neces- sary using a soft cloth on the end of a wooden dowel or similar. Re inspect after cleaning to en- sure no cloth or other cleaning fibers remain inside the housing. NEVER! Spray lubricants, degreasing agents or other...

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If the housing shows signs of excessive corrosion (other than surface contamination) or physical damage, the vessel should be hauled so a complete assessment can be performed. Any signs of water ingress must be addressed immediately. Do not store flammable materials near light fixtures and always evacuate and gasoline fumes. Cabling between the ballast/Control gear must be located away from wet areas and well pro- tected against damage. Any suspect equipment must be repaired or replace. The Lens and Bezel have been carefully designed with a smooth, flush surface to allow easy Never operate...

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Installation Instructions The following tools and supplies are required Variable speed drill 1.25-inch hole for the AL35 watt mini-light 2.5-inch hole for our AL75 lower series and 4.25-inch hole for our AL100 and higher series Tape measure Sand paper 180 grit Phillips screw driver 3M 5200 Marine adhesive white or black de pending on your hull color. Optional two part epoxy for filling cored fiberglass Optional stir stick for epoxy. 1. Drill hole with hole saw The hole for the Aqua Light should be located a minimum of 6 inches below the water line for the The Aqua Cam should be located as...

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Trim core to allow room for two-part epoxy or vessel manufacturer recommended material allow set. Apply epoxy to dry. Clean core material, leaving no visible core. Fill it to an even level amount. Sand clean and inspect for bubbles or pin holes. There is an O-ring supplied with the light to be used when installing on smooth level surfaces of fiberglass or metal. If the surface is irregular, disgard the 0- The surface should be clean of debris and moisture at this time, and you should use the 180-grit sand paper to rough the adhesion points. Apply a generous amount of 3M 5200 Marine Adhesive...

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Tighten the locking nut. On some vessels, if the hull is thin like a solid glass boat or aluminum vessel, make a spacer out of teak, Delron, Starboard to fill the gap. Tighten the leveling bolts so that the fixture is locked into position. Torque bolts to 30 ft lbs. Tighten SS locking bolts lock nuts. Attach bulb to base.

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Insert bulb into reflector allowing for electrode Check o-ring seal for proper seeding. Insert lamp and reflector housing into socket.

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Run cabling to power source for halogen lights they will require seven amps for each light AL50 and AL75. Then attach red wire to positive and black to Front side. Attach bulb power couplers to ballast

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AL35 Xenon - Customer Assembly Drawing - External Ballast Model -

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