Britmar Introduces New Range of LED Lights

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Monday, June 10, 2013
Photo: Britmar Marine

Britmar Marine in North Vancouver, Canada has developed a new range of LED light fixtures for the commercial marine industry. Its key component is an extremely efficient 130lm/W LED board, that does not require any additional thermal management, thus can operate even in tightly enclosed enclosures.

There is a selection of few models of luminaries available featuring these boards, which can be connected directly to 12 or 24V DC, to universal AC input via driver or to any combination of these three in one.

Three hour battery backup option is currently in development, as well as an option of using these boards as an easy-to-install retrofit kit for light fixtures currently in use on vessels.

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