New Navigation Lamps from Hella

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Photo: Hella

Hella Marine launched the NaviLED PRO series, a 2nm bicolor navigation lamp. The completely sealed light features a rugged, UV-resistant, high-impact housing and a long-lasting LED.

This LED lamp draws less than two watts, provides long service and never requires maintenance, the manufacturer claims, adding, Multivolt electronics ensure steady, reliable illumination even under severe voltage fluctuations or low battery voltages.

The Hella marine NaviLED PRO Bi-Color Navigation Lamp utilizes a heavy-duty Grilamid optical nylon lens for strength and resistance to shock and vibration. Hella ensures the IP 67 certified light remains completely sealed against dust or corrosion. It meets IMO COLREG, USCG, BSH, Wheelmark and ABYC standards.

The lamp comes prewired with 8.2' of twin core marine cable. Hella marine NaviLED PRO lamps, used worldwide on commercial, military and recreational vessels, have a five-year warranty.

www.hellamarine.com
 

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