Energy efficient 2-wire LED yacht lighting
A global lighting manufacturer has launched a range of two-wire LED lights designed to be easy to install and provide cost savings and energy efficiency.
Imtra says the new range will be Ideal for retrofits and boat builders. It is available in ten models to accent any décor.
“We originally designed our two-wire LED lights for the refit market, however with features such as smooth dimming and a variety of light colour tones, they have become extremely popular with boat builders too,” said Colby Chevalier, lighting specialist with Imtra.
“Whether new build or refit, we are confident our stylish new range of two-wire lights will be a welcome addition to any yacht interior.”
Featuring the signature high-quality Imtra design, the new two-wire LED lights offer smooth dimming using Vimar switches and the new Imtra dimmer module.
Imtra also offers LED choices in cool, neutral and warm colour temperatures to best illuminate and highlight the different living and work areas of a vessel.
With a simple two-wire design and trim rings that fit over many legacy lighting hole sizes, the company says the new lights can also reduce installation time.
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