For all sea going vessels with a length of 20 meters or more and occasionally sailing in polar waters.
Light in compliance with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, COLREGSIMO72.
Though the filament bulbs used in our navigation lights make these not be affected by low temperatures as they emit a considerable amount of infrared heat, in certain conditions of circumpolar navigation, it is needed to provide extra-heating for deicing the lens surfaces as it is recommended by the DNV, "Class notation de-ice".
This is achieved in pur Oceanic lights by means of a radiant wire situated in the lower part inside the lantern and isolated from the base by four technically superior ceramic columns, emitting up to 60 watts of heat and controlled by a bimetal themostat.
Fully resistant to sea environment, Non magnetic and Integrated terminal box in every light.
Delivery of custom made lights upon request
|Height||26 cm (single) and 49 cm (double)|
|Weight||2 kg (single) - 4 kg (double)|
|Housing||Polycarbonate reinforced with fiberglass|
|Operational temperature||Better than 40º centigrade below zero|
|Power Supply||24V 110V 220V|
|Power consumption||40W 60W 65W|
|Approvals||Det Norske V eritas (DNV), accor ding to EN-ISO 14744|
|Lens||Polycarbonate reinforced with fiberglass|
|Vessels Lenght||20 meters to 50 meters or more|