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Luminell marine searchlights and LED lights

Luminell CLITE 2

Maintenance free, energy efficient, powerful LED searchlight with a small installation footprint suitable for patrol, SAR and windfarm vessels, as well as workboats, superyachts and leisure vessels. A version with an onboard thermal imager, the CLITE 2 IR, is also available

Colorlight CLITE2 LED marine searchlight

The CLITE 2 is a game changer in the world of searchlights. Sharing the same footprint as the other compact CL2 series in Colorlight\’s range, this extremely durable and long-lasting LED searchlight offers 24V DC and 100-240V AC power options.

The twin 250W searchlight heads utilise LED modules developed by Luminell with a 5.7° beam width, single lamp operation and 75%, 50% and 25% dimming operation. They are energy efficient, highly reliable and mounted in Colorlight\’s brilliantly engineered, fully articulating stainless steel housing with unlimited pan and tilt.

The CLITE 2 is controlled by one or more remote stations which have a progressive joystick for the positioning of the light as well as a control display for settings and configurations.

CLITE 2 LED searchlight
Thermal image from a FLIR M500 used in tracking mode
Standard or thermal image options

The Colorlight CLITE 2 is offered in standard (above) and IR options (top picture). The latter contains a thermal imager that pans in common with the searchlight.

Colorlight CLITE 2 LED searchlight features

  • Light source – 2 x 250W LED modules developed by Luminell
  • Colour temperature – 6300K
  • Colour rendering index – 70 (minimum)
  • Light intensity – 2.4m candela
  • Range – 1500m (1 lux)
  • Beam width – 5.7°
  • Power consumption – 650W max load 24V DC or 850W max load 100-240V AC
  • Weight searchlight head – 28kg
  • Static size searchlight head – 26cm x 57cm x 50cm
  • Supplied with – an Ebox power supply and remote control


View FLIR thermal images on global leading Hatteland monitors

Be heard at sea and on inland navigations with Kahlenberg sound signals