Ship signalling light

ship signalling light
ship signalling light
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Application domain
for ships
Light source
white, red, green, yellow
Other characteristics

470 mm (19 in)


PMAPI manufactures five models of running lights: Types I, II, III, IV and VI. These lights meet the technical requirements of the 72 colregs for barges. Key Features All running lights include an on/off switch, photocell, battery, lamp and required sector screening as standard equipment Solar Powered versions are available Available to project Red, Green, Yellow or White light Types I, II, III and IV are portable and can be easily moved from one barge to another as the tow configuration changes (Type VI should be permanently attached to the barge) Type I Highly portable (10 lbs.) Best suited for short haul operations Will operate for one night and then battery, mounted inside, must be recharged for approximately 8 hours Battery will last for 200-300 charge/recharge cycles Lamp will operate approximately 60 nights before needing replacement Optional self-limiting battery charger with 110V, 50 or 60 cycle AC current can be left indefinitely charging the battery Type III Consists of a lantern and separate battery box to provide a longer service period Unit requires 5 battery cells which are housed in a fiberglass box Standard 5 ft. interconnecting cable with waterproof connector Longer cable lengths can be provided if specified Type IV Identical to Type III except that a four place lampchanger replaces the single lamp and support Lampchanger automatically replaces a burned out lamp with a new one, extending the lamp service period Type VI Heavy duty, non-portable Designed to be permanently mounted on barge deck Steel fabricated battery box is hot dipped galvanized Lantern and screen mount directly atop battery box


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