Marine hazard marking signalling light M650H
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marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
marine hazard marking signalling light
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Characteristics

Application domain
port, for marine hazard marking
Light source
LED
Color
white, red, green, blue, yellow
Applications
dock, for buoys
Other characteristics
solar
Weight

1.6 kg (3.5 lb)

Width

176 mm (7 in)

Height

169 mm (7 in)

Description

Self-contained LED lantern for buoys and minor beacons, 2 to 4 NM range. The M650H is a cost effective, self-contained, high-performance, low maintenance and easy-to-install solar LED marine lantern. The M650H features a replaceable battery pack that extends the service life beyond five years, reducing the total cost of ownership. Applications include: marine aids-to-navigation marking, marina lighting, dock lighting, and port lighting. M650H features: Standard IALA colours red, green, white, yellow, blue High-efficiency solar cells with bypass and blocking diode function. Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) for optimal energy collection Premium grade UV resistant, polycarbonate/polysiloxane co-polymer body and lens material Colour-specific temperature corrected LED drivers provide consistent intensity under all operating conditions IP 68 rated. Double O-ring sealing with waterproof vent SLA battery Ventilated battery compartment Adjustable intensity and range Vertical divergence > 8º (FWHM) Programmable with On-Board User Interface, USB port, or optional wireless IR-Programmer Integrated event-log Optional ON/OFF switch Optional external charger Optional integrated GPS synchronization

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