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Old 03-16-2014, 06:56 AM   #29
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Conrad, nice installation. (And cute dogs!)
Would you mind posting product info on the dual mount navigator's light, please?
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Old 03-16-2014, 07:23 AM   #30
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Here is the Nav light. I bought it several years ago, intended for my boat. When I decided I water a stealth mode light I installed it on the bulkhead between the galley facing the dinette. It can pivot towards the galley sink or moved to a second mount above the dinette. This app crashes on me so I'll upload that second, not do good picture separately.
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Thank you, Conrad. nifty idea. I'll look around and see if I can find one like it. We, too, are sailors.
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I think there are better and cheaper versions out now of the Nav light.
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Francene,

I like your cabinet lights. I put in two sub panels and since I seem to be working the there often, lights would be handy and easy to wire. I have been using 1 Amp fuses which are a bit delicate.

Nothing to do with lighting. This is a marine fan I installed to help circulate the heat. I have a number of these on my boat. Cost is $99. They have three fan speeds and a built in timer for 2,4,6, or 8 hours. Handy on hot nights that turn cool.


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Francene,

I like your cabinet lights. I put in two sub panels and since I seem to be working the there often, lights would be handy and easy to wire. I have been using 1 Amp fuses which are a bit delicate.

Nothing to do with lighting. This is a marine fan I installed to help circulate the heat. I have a number of these on my boat. Cost is $99. They have three fan speeds and a built in timer for 2,4,6, or 8 hours. Handy on hot nights that turn cool.


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Thanks, Night Sailor. The GE fluorescents I installed are typically used for under cabinets, but they are very low profile (flat) so they keep out of the way anywhere.

I like your fan idea; we have no AC onboard, and a 12v fan would be good to get air moving while sleeping, if necessary. I'll be camping in the Pacific Northwest, so just a little bit of cooling would be adequate. Usually we are wanting to run a heater, to dry out rain-soaked clothes and boots!:

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Ming, here's a shot inside my Burro. You can pretty much see all my lighting here. It's all LED: the disco strip down the middle (I have that on a dimmer switch that you can see above the front dinette & window), the over-dinette double light, the single light over the bed, and the under-cabinet light over the kitchen.
I like the disco strip. Nicely done. Very cozy looking.
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Navigators light on bright and lowest setting.

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