Using LEDs – especially multicolor LEDs – to light up boats has become increasingly popular for lots of owners. When done right, they're fun, festive, and in many cases, actually useful. A combination of LEDs and a lighting controller let you pick a single accent color for a cool glow, cycle automatically through a series of colors, and, often, even set the lights to pulse and dance to the beat of the music you’re playing. The neat thing about LEDs on a boat is that they can be as dazzling or as refined as you’d like them to be.
Light-emitting diode (LED) lights became popular in the early 2000s. Today, more boat owners are switching over to LED lighting “As simple as lighting sounds, it really is what you cannot see powering and controlling the lights that make every boat different There are multiple factors to consider when selecting LED lighting. Those include light color temperature desired light output and dimming options.
What are the Advantages of Led Lightings
Cooler than incandescent bulbs in operation.
Instant on, unlike compact fluorescent bulbs.
Broad range of color possibilities.
Customizable lights can be controlled through a Bluetooth connection.
The bulbs can work for 50000 hours