- The Masthead Light not only meets the requirements of the
COLREGS for vessels of over 50m as a stand alone part, but the LED
light source also provides the advantage of low power consumption.
- The critical COLREG angular cut-off requirements are met entirely
within the housing of the sidelights, removing the need for
fitted sidescreens. All other requirements of the COLREGs for vessels
over 50m are met with the added advantages provided by LED light
sources. LEDs are carefully binned to guarantee lifetime compliance
to the regulations.
- As well as meeting all the COLREG requirements for any vessel over 50m in
length the Stern Light provides a particular advantage to any vessel
handling the approach of an NVG aided aircraft due to the LED light source
and dimming capability. A non-standard red variant is also available.
- The position of the LEDs in the anchor light have been calculated
to provide an even light output over the full required 360°. They are
carefully binned to confirm full compliance to the COLREGs over the
lifetime of the product.
- These lights have been designed to meet all the signalling requirements
detailed in the COLREGs for vessels over 50m in length. The NUC/RAM/CBD Lights are designed to be used in tandem with one light mounted in front of the mast and a second mounted to the rear with the required 360° distribution split between the two. The lights are available in red only or red/white with the red modes able to flash in order to cover all possible signalling variations required by the COLREGs.
- We also provides a selection of subsidury lights which are also
suitable for vessels of 50m or more in length but may be implemented
at the users discretion. These include Masthead and Hull Contour
lights which provide outline information for those viewing the vessel.
The Hull Contour Light is intended to be mounted in an inverted
position pointing at the hull. An LED optic provides a light output
specifically designed to give an even distribution over the surface.
The Manoeuvring and Warning Signal Light is designed to meet the
requirements of the optional visual signalling as prescribed in Rule 34
of the COLREGs.
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