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Old 11-23-2011, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by INTEGRA Works Lighting View Post
Steve. The best thing you can do is to check with your local electrical safety inspectors and see what they will and will not allow. Then, before you go installing underwater lights around a dock, check with your local, regional and possibly federal environmental and fisheries regulators. Around here you are not allowed to permanently place lights in water bodies as it affects the natural habitat and behaviour of aquatic species.
Precisely why they want the lighting around the dock. It is quite common place around here for dock owners to have underwater lighting or lighting just above the water level. All driven to attract "aquatic species".

Can anyone suggest a nice line voltage fixture?
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