Houseboat Lights and Fixtures - dual voltage marine lighting, 12 or 120 volts
Dual Voltage Marine Lights and Fixtures for Houseboats
Looking at houseboat lights and fixtures, especially dual voltage marine lighting, the 12 and 120 volt kind, and wonder where to go? Reply - Answer
Where can I find dual-voltage (12v/110v) marine light fixtures to replace old ones on my 1971 houseboat? No marine parts catalogues seem to have them.
If you have a catalogue that includes them, please let me know.
Well Niser, welcome to the houseboat forums, and sorry to hear about your difficulty in finding dual voltage marine lighting. I know that they used to be very popular in older houseboats, yet are rare in many of the newer ones.
The lights that are commonly used as replacement fixtures are the
Dual Voltage Marine Lights.
But I warn you, they are not cheap, however they are practical when you want to use 120 volt power, or 12 volt battery power to light up certain areas.
If I find other models, I'll post some more information for you.Lastly
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Thanks again for sharing, IAN from all-about-houseboats
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