Battery Operated LED Navigation Lamp Coast Guard Approved

Press Release
Sunday, December 09, 2012
Navi Lights: Photo credit Navisafe

Norwegian lighting manufacturer Navisafe has achieved US Coastguard (USCG) approval for its award-winning Navi light.

Scrupulous tests by industry specialists IMANNA Laboratory Inc . and adherence to International COLREG RULE 22, Visibility of Lights, means that Navi light is now approved for all vessels of less than 12 meters as a navigation light.

Features of the lamps:

  • US Coastguard approves Navi light 360° 2NM and Navi light TriColor 2NM for two nautical miles
  • First battery operated LED Navigation light to receive this approval
  • Waterproof, floatable, easy to mount and use
  • No wires – use as a dedicated light or backup navigation for any size vessel up to 12 meter

Navi light has a unique design: it combines a waterproof, floatable; super bright LED light with a double magnetic fixing system.  Its compact shape fits easily into a pocket, while its design enables it to be attached to almost anything.  

Navi light is available either as a TriColor (red, green, white) light or 360° all white light.
The Navi light TriColor 2NM can be used as TriColor Masthead, BiColor, Port, Starboard or Stern navigation light – the modes are easily selected using the simple push button on top.
The ultra bright Navi light 360° 2NM has 5 modes including all-round light and emergency flash. It is designed to continue to shine for 15 hours on all-round light and 4 days on emergency blink.

Both models are powered by 3 x AAA batteries.


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