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Not entirely sure how the technician did it as I had it done at the Marina. But he basically hooked up the rearl lights to the Auxiliary function in Connext...this means that I control the rear lights with the Aux button (on / off). The internal color lights where hooked up to the “Interior” light function in connext. So I can control the light switch and it’s intensity directly from the screen.
I have the quattros as well, just two for now (they are not inexpensive). The newer boats with the larger connext displays have a factory auxillary control behind the helm. I have mine on a separate switch mounted in the port storage near the batteries as I haven't found a dash location I want to commit to an infrequently used switch.
These are my two lights in some seriously murky water - if you're in a nice lake or in the gulf where the water is clean, these lights are killer.
Just installed Lumitec Seablaze lights on the 242x. 3 underwater lights and 5 inside, and 2 under the rear cushions. Will put the boat in the water tonight, will share photos in action View attachment 102951View attachment 102953