LED Navigation Lights Offered by DHR

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
DHR60-series lights: Image courtesy of DHR

Den Haan Rotterdam (DHR)  has stepped into the field of LED-technology with the new DHR60-series LED navigation lights.

Den Haan Rotterdam (DHR) is a family-owned business, which has developed and produced lighting and signalling products for the marine market since 1922. The new DHR60-series LED navigation lights, are developed for seagoing vessels up to 50 metres in length and all types of inland navigation vessels.

With a robust design and operating lifetime of more than ten years, these lanterns offer a solution for ships operating in heavy conditions, say DHR. Other interesting features of the DHR60 are an integrated main and backup LED-module, standard base mounting, replaceability of defective components, power consumption of two to eight Watt.

 

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