HELLA Marine Sea Hawk XLR LED Floodlight Spread White


The Sea Hawk-XLR LED Floodlights deliver 1500 lumens of crisp, concentrated LED illumination with either spot or spread LEDs, and are ideal for a variety of applications.  They have significantly reduced power consumption, ultra long life and high tolerance to shock and vibration, an ideal choice for the harsh marine environment.

The spread lamps illuminate a wide, close-range spread over a cockpit, foredeck or working area, while the spot lamps provides a narrower, more concentrated illumination for tuna towers, masts or for forward facing lighting.

Manufactured in New Zealand from advanced marine grade materials, the Sea Hawk XL lamps feature an adjustable mounting bracket made from highly polished 316-grade stainless steel. Its XLR housing is made from thermally conductive ceramic polymer that draws heat from internal electronics for reliable long-term operation and eliminates the need for an aluminium housing. The high performance Grilamid Polyamide lens has superior strength and is also resistant to impact and UV.

The Sea Hawk-XLR also comes with the in-built convenience of being able to switch between high level full intensity and low level dimmed output. Additionally, its advanced multivolt 9-33V DC electronics ensure reliable illumination and lamp protection even under severe voltage fluctuations and low battery voltages.

Each light is completely sealed and comes pre-wired with 2.5m of tinned three core marine cable for absolute water tightness and reliable electrical connections.


  • White LED with Black or White housing
  • ‘Non-metal’ thermally conductive polymer housing
  • 316 marine grade steel bracket
  • Heavy duty Grilamid lens
  • A unique high/low light intensity function
  • Completely sealed (IP67 rating)
  • Supplied with 2.5m pre-wired cable
  • Multivolt 9-33V DC
  • Five-year warranty

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