NaviLED

Published in the August 2008 Issue Published online: Aug 26, 2008
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Hella Marine offers a new, compact, power-saving NaviLED navigation lamps that can be seen for miles. For safety, they must be visible from specific distances, have accurate light output and be highly reliable. With valuable power savings and an attractive appearance, these navigation lights shine brightly even in adverse conditions.

Easily seen from two nautical miles away, the lamps offer all the energy-saving and dependability benefits of LED technology. NaviLED lamps draw less than two watts each, 10 percent of the power of a comparable incandescent bulb and with no filaments to break, these little lights are highly shock and vibration resistant for reliability and safety in extreme conditions. They are a complete "fit and forget" electronic device, fully sealed to protect against the harmful effects of saltwater corrosion. The new lamps are also UV resistant. Hella marine Multivolt circuitry ensures consistent illumination from 8 to 28 volts DC, even under low battery voltages and high charging loads. The lamp is reverse polarity and spike-protected for reliable operation and an ultra-long service life.

With a choice of clear or colored lens and black or white shroud, NaviLED lamps have a starting retail price of $99 for the port and starboard models and $115 for the stern lamps.

For more information, visit www.hellamarine.com or call 770-631-7500.

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