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Beacon signalling lights
The MCL100 is a mini LED marine lantern, solar self-contained, which uses one only high-power LED, giving a nominal range up to 5 nautical miles. It is characterized by its excellent optical system performance, minimizing consumption ...
Mediterráneo Señales Marítimas, S.L.
1-2NM+ Solar Marine Lantern (SL-15) This compact 1-2NM+ solar LED short range marine lantern is exceptional value and incorporates some of the most advanced technology available. The SL-15 is designed to be maintenance-free, installed ...
Power consumption: 23 W - 91 W
Service temperature: -35 °C - 60 °C
Rotating beacon, 25NM @ 0.74T. The VRB-25 LED is a high intensity rotating beacon suitable for ranges up to 25 nautical miles. Being an LED beacon, it is extremely energy efficient and ...
Weight: 12 kg
Width: 430 mm
Height: 366 mm
This LED beacon capable of ranges up to 18 NM (Tc = 0,74) and is designed to substitute rotating beacons with a considerably smaller power consumption. Integrated flasher with day light ...
Please contact with us to find out the most suitable type of beacon for your needs.
... can also be provided with safety spot lights for identification of the decking surface at night-time. The lights are made using optoelectronics, with high intensity, low consumption and low voltage power ...
Tideland Signal has combined its proven solar module and battery self-contained package with the rugged and optically superior Nova-65 LED Lantern. This combination provides a low maintenance and longer range signal lantern, called ...
Flashing beacon alarm Suitable to use in noisy areas like engine room,etc. Material: ABS polymer Technical specification Operating voltage. 24 VDC Power consumption. 21 W Flash frequency. Approx. 60-80 flash/min Operating ...
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