DeepSea Improves SeaLite Sphere LED Light

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Photo: DeepSea

The SeaLite Sphere has evolved to offer field-serviceable connector replacement for a quick and easy repair in the field. The ability to change the connector without any special tools or the need to send the light back to the manufacturer has reduced downtime to a matter of minutes, saving users time and money.

The SeaLite Sphere advances beyond other LED lights by separating the connector from other internal electronic components to avoid downtime and costly repairs due to connector failures. The 8,700 psi pressure resistant compartment separates the connector and the rest of the light; which will make flooding due to a connector failure a thing of the past.

DeepSea Power & Light further enhanced the new SeaLite Sphere by widening its dimming range. The light allows users to smoothly transition within a dimming range similar to a halogen light. Pushing the edges of innovative engineering, DeepSea Power & Light has created a perfect LED replacement for a halogen light.

Expanding on the goal of making the SeaLite Sphere even more versatile and rugged, DeepSea Power & Light has introduced a new and improved mounting bracket. The new bracket consists of two halves that make installing and uninstalling a breeze, while incorporating Titanium inserts to prolong bracket longevity in salt water. Recognizing the global usage of this light, the mounting bracket is now being offered in either Metric or Imperial thread sizes to accommodate the universal usage of this popular light.

The SeaLite Sphere continues to operate around the world, serving thousands of users in their applications from splash zones to depths of 6,000 meters and beyond.

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