Really don't recommend this, since it is likely that the LED bulb and fixture will not be USCG certified. Currently, the only replacement LED bulb/fixture combination that is USCG certified is the Dr. LED White PolarStar 40 and the AquaSignal Series 40 anchor light.
If you get hit and you're using non-certified fixtures... the chances of getting into trouble in a civil suit is very high.
Originally Posted by scottyt
dont bother changing bulbs put in a led light. the standard wattage is 20 watts, or in 10 hours about 18 amp hours of battery gone. if you go led it will be closer to 1/2 amp an hour or 5 amp hours a night
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