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Perko Steaming Light 1331 Installation



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Cat Nos 1331 Series Masthead LightCat Nos 1332Series Stern LightThe above lights are designed for use on sail or power driven vessels under 20 meters 656 ftoperating on a nominal 12 volt or 24 volt system PERKOseries 1332 Stern Lights are not certifiedin accordance with 33 CFR 183810 as this light is intended for replacement use onlyon appropriate vessels constructed prior to 11103 All previous certifications apply In order to comply with the 72 COLREGS and theUS Inland Navigation Rules the following must be adhered to1For proper light selection positioning and configuration refer to ABYC Standard A16 the 72COLREGS and the US Inland Navigation Rules These lights are supplied complete with 12 voltbulb Cat No 0071DP0CLR 12V 10WCat No 0072DP1CLRPERKO Series 1331 lights used with a 24V Bulb CatNo 0072DP1CLRnot certifiedin accordance with 33 CFR 183810 as these lights are intended for replacement use onlypriate vessels constructed prior to 11103 All previous certifications apply2These lights are designed to be mounted on a vertical surface that is perpendicular to the centerline of3The light without black side shields Cat No 1331 SeriesThe light with black side shields Cat No 1332 Series4Draw a 7 inch long verticalreference line through the center of the selected mounting location andperpendicular to the centerline of the boat Note Masthead lights must be mounted at least one meterabove sidelights or bicolor light5Cut out the mounting template below Tape it on the mounting surface such that the reference linedrawn abovetemplate points vertically upward6Drill 2 holes through the template to accommodate 4 oval head mounting screws Either drill two 14inch supply connection holes or one 38 inch supply connection hole per templatethrough notch in base7Attach supply connections to the light making sure to wire in accordance with both ABYC StandardE9 and US Coast Guard Safety Standards for Boat Electrical Systems 33 CFR 1838Mount the light in accordance with the template9For final accuracy of mounting orientation make sure the reference line drawn in 4 abovewith the thin reference marks on the top and bottom edges of the black base1American Boat  Yacht Council Inc2US Coast Guard3069 Solomons Island RoadWashington DC 20593Edgewater Maryland 21037or your local CG officeMOUNTING TEMPLATEUSCG AFig 1331 12 Volt OnlyCat Nos 1331 Series Masthead LightCat Nos 1332Series Stern LightThe above lights are designed for use on sail or power driven vessels under 20 meters 656 ftoperating on a nominal 12 volt or 24 volt system PERKOseries 1332 Stern Lights are not certifiedin accordance with 33 CFR 183810 as this light is intended for replacement use onlyon appropriate vessels constructed prior to 11103 All previous certifications apply In order to comply with the 72 COLREGS and theUS Inland Navigation Rules the following must be adhered to1For proper light selection positioning and configuration refer to ABYC Standard A16 the 72COLREGS and the US Inland Navigation Rules These lights are supplied complete with 12 voltbulb Cat No 0071DP0CLR 12V 10WCat No 0072DP1CLRPERKO Series 1331 lights used with a 24V Bulb CatNo 0072DP1CLRnot certifiedin accordance with 33 CFR 183810 as these lights are intended for replacement use onlyon appropriate vessels constructed prior to 11103 All previous certifications apply2These lights are designed to be mounted on a vertical surface that is perpendicular to the centerline of3The light without black side shields Cat No 1331 SeriesThe light with black side shields Cat No 1332 Series4Draw a 7 inch long verticalreference line through the center of the selected mounting location andperpendicular to the centerline of the boat Note Masthead lights must be mounted at least one meterabove sidelights or bicolor light5Cut out the mounting template below Tape it on the mounting surface such that the reference linedrawn abovetemplate points vertically upward6Drill 2 holes through the template to accommodate 4 oval head mounting screws Either drill two 14inch supply connection holes or one 38 inch supply connection hole per templatethrough notch in base7Attach supply connections to the light making sure to wire in accordance with both ABYC StandardE9 and US Coast Guard Safety Standards for Boat Electrical Systems 33 CFR 1838Mount the light in accordance with the template9For final accuracy of mounting orientation make sure the reference line drawn in 4 abovewith the thin reference marks on the top and bottom edges of the black base1American Boat  Yacht Council Inc2US Coast Guard3069 Solomons Island RoadWashington DC 20593Edgewater Maryland 21037or your local CG officeMOUNTING TEMPLATEUSCG APPROVAL Date 2403Fig 1331 12 Volt OnlyOY grGzQGmiAIKRYakryFcO6TzPey3xkGfLNw5rCjLmQZpJkCy9nYkYOgnOHofebU xTkvrrHvvL8ddL0ZCF20T1UVPWvpKpbvbwPbb wAbbababH0vNbb2MFPpmbbbyDuWvvbwAbbA GAdobeCommon10AdobeInDesign40AdobeCreativeSuite20

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