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LED SeaStrip 20-Inch Waterproof HIGH OUTPUT

LED SeaStrip 20-Inch Waterproof HIGH OUTPUT

12 Review(s)
Part Number:TL-SS2012
Manufacturer: TritonLED

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On sale$49.95

TritonLED SeaStrip Waterproof 20" LED Strip - High Output 7W
20" Long
Available Colors
Blue, Green, White, Red, White/Blue (dual color)
30 LEDs per strip.
Life Hours
Operating Temp
-13F to 176F
IP Rating
IP68 (fully water-resistant)
300 Lumens per strip.
  • Comes with two clips for easy installation. 
  • Can be installed inline or stand alone.
  • 120 Degree Beam Angle
  • Place below deck for storage or bilge lighting or mount on a top for great night time boating use.
  • The Dual Color (White/Blue) uses 3 wires and requires a 3-position switch to change from color to color.

Rating 5-Blue/White Dual Lights in 18' Crestliner
Went with the dual Blue/White Lights. Looks like a quality fixture. If you go with one solid color it may be twice as bright being half the light is blue, the other half white. I really like the blue. Might add two more lights in the bow. Having dual color is pretty cool. Very satisfied.
  Reviewed by:   from WI 54751. on 2/7/2015
Rating Boat Owner
Outstanding Product I installed six(6) blue LED 20" SeaStrip on my 220 Bay Champ .
  Reviewed by:   from Houston, Texas. on 9/17/2013
Rating nice and bright
i installed these lights on the outside of my boat where they get constant water spray while underway, they've been ther for about 10hrs of running , so far so good.
  Reviewed by:   from Arizona. on 8/17/2013
Rating Nice product!
Product looks great downlighting my deck on my Wellcraft Coastal 232 from up under the gunnels. Great brilliance of "red, dispersed, even light". Already did red downlights from my hardtop, and now ordering 2 additional small single red courtacy LED's to compliment the rear swim off deck from the sides!
  Reviewed by:   from Kingston Mass. on 8/21/2012
Rating Very Happy
Very Happy with the light I purchased..
  Reviewed by:   from CT. on 7/30/2012
I have 3 20" strips in my boat now and getting ready to ad 4 more. AWSOME
  Reviewed by:   from washington state. on 8/11/2011

Questions and Answers
Q: I would like to know what three way position switch I should use? I just purchased 4 triton 20 inch dual lights blue-and-white. I have some knowledge of wiring but can you direct me to the wiring diagram just to be safe on line? Thanks Steve
Asked by: Steve - 4/2/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: You will need a 3-Position switch such as our "On-Off-On Single Pole Single Throw" switch listed below, or any other 3 position switch. The Negative from the LED Strips will go to your battery's Negative and the other two Positives from the LED Strips will go to the Switche's 2 terminals. The 3rd terminal on the switch gets wired to a fused 12VDC Positive source.


Answer provided by:  YachtLights (4/3/2014)
Q: Can a dimmer be used with this style of LED? Also with the dual blue/white?
Asked by: Dan - 4/4/2015 (Submit an answer)
A: The 20" LED SeaStrip is not dimmable.
Answer provided by:  YachtLights (4/9/2015)
Q: How do you change the color of the leds if they are hard wired ?
Asked by: Ted Martin - 6/3/2015 (Submit an answer)
A: The Dual-Color model (White/Blue) has 3 wires coming out of it which get connected to a 3-Position switch. So UP would be Blue, MIDDLE would be OFF, and DOWN would be White.
Answer provided by:  YachtLights (6/3/2015)

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