Boat navigation light 301-011
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boat navigation light
boat navigation light
boat navigation light
boat navigation light
boat navigation light
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats, for ships
Light source
LED
Color
white
Applications
masthead
Mounting
horizontal, vertical
Boat length (in meters)
<50 m, >20 m
Material
anodized aluminum

Description

Technical details about 301-011 225° Masthead light, single, vertically mounted No image New generation. LED (Light Emitting Diode) navigation light. Unique and precise definition of light angles. Rugged and unbreakable: Precision machined anodised aluminium housing protects the LED’s and electronics. Completely waterproof and vibrationproof: Interior is fully filled and sealed with special potting resin. Waterproof to IP 68+ (submersible). Low power consumption – 70 to 90% less than traditional navigation lights. Full brightness with input voltages ranging from 10 to 32 Volts. All Lopolights have been tested several times during production, a total of more than 24 hours. Easy to install, adaptor and screws included (when applicable). Approvals - Worldwide typeapproval (please refer to certificates on Lopolight.com) Included in - 1 Navigation light, Installation instructions and package - with cable glands and blinding caps as appropriate. Measurements - See drawing Materials - Anodised aluminum 25p, PMMA lens, A4 stainless steel screws, Epoxy, Polyurethane. Supply voltage - 10,0-32,0 VDC Power - 5,7 Watt, Current @ 12 VDC: 465 mA: Current @ consumption - 24 VDC: 243 mA Light colors - White 225° Intensity - >65cd Visibility (@K=0.8) - 5 nm Number of LED's - 1/1 Suggested feed cables Expected life - 12 VDC: 2 x 0,50 mm2 24 VDC: 2 x 0,50 mm2 Vessel size - 20 - 50 meters (65,6 -164 feet) Mounting - Vertical

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