Oceanic Led De-Ice Single and Double Deck Navigation Lights for Polar Areas
Unlike the !lament bulb navigation lights, the Led navigation lights do not emit IR radiation meaning this that they are, thermally speaking, cold lights. When a vessel with led navigation lights is sailing in circumpolar seas, snow or ice can be deposited on the light impairing its good performance. To prevent this undesired effect, this lights have to be heated for de-icing the window
surfaces as it is recommended by the DNV in its document “Class notation de-ice”. This is achieved in our Oceanic-Led lights by means of one radiant wire situated in the lower part inside the lantern and isolated thermally by means of technically superior ceramic isolators, emitting more than 200 wats of heat and controlled by a bi-metal thermostat.
For all sea going vessels with a length of 20 meters or more sailing in polar waters.
DNV-GL | MED/ Corticate. Light in compliance with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at
Sea 1972 (72 COLREGS – IMO72), EN-ISO 14744 and EN 60945 (2002).
Housing: Hard anodized sea water resistant aluminum-magnesium and painted under Ral customers request
Window: Uncolored transparent borosilicate 5mm thick
Fully resistant to sea environment
Integrated terminal box in every light
Operational temperature: From -62° C to +55° C
Lifetime: Approx. 50.000 hours for main plus 50.000 hours for spare light (main and spare light combined in the same module)
Weight: 4 Kg
Input voltage: 24V, 110V, 220V or current controlled
Power consumption: Heating 265W
Mounting and cable connection: – Two cable glands: PG21 – Four mounting holes ø11
Delivery of custom made lights upon request