Hella marine launches â€˜fit and forgetâ€™ LED navigation lamps for vessels up to 50M.
13 May 2013 in News
Expanding the NaviLED PRO series, Hella marine introduces 5 Nautical Mile Masthead models for commercial and recreational vessels up to 50m (164ft) in length. The new addition compliments existing lamps to provide a complete package of LED navigation lamps for large craft. Hella marine LED lighting represents proven ‘fit and forget’ durability, outstanding efficiency and carries a 5 year warranty.
Designed and manufactured in New Zealand, the new 5NM Masthead is the most energy efficient, most compact, and lightest in its class at a mere 150g (5 oz). Hella’s state-of-the-art high efficacy LED technology combined with exact optical engineering achieves the 5 mile visibility requirements with a low power consumption of less than 4W. (<0.167A@24V)
Like all Hella marine LED navigation lamps, NaviLED PRO’s are completely sealed (IP 67) for reliable performance in the harshest conditions. 2.5m of twin core marine cable is pre-wired into each lamp for waterproof electrical connections.
Advanced Hella Multivolt™ electronics ensure reliability and consistent illumination across a range of inputs from 9-33V DC. Spike protected to +500 volts and reverse polarity protected to -700 volts, the lamps are equipped with serious electronic protection.
Resistance to harsh vibration, impact and shock loads is outstanding and already thoroughly proven with tens of thousands of lamps in service around the world. The lens of the new 5 mile Masthead is precision moulded from Grilamid ‘optical nylon’ for added durability. This ultra-strong, Swiss-made polymer offers superior resistance to impact, chemicals and harsh UV that may yellow inferior materials.
NaviLED PRO lamps carry BSH, Wheelmark, COLREG, USCG, and ABYC approvals. Every lamp is photometrically verified in production for highly accurate horizontal and vertical cut-off angles. A unique serial number is laser engraved onto each lens referring to a test report that ensures compliance with international standards.
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