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LITHIUM LIFEJACKET LIGHT AUTOMATIC

This low profile Leisure light is a single compact flashing unit, designed to be easily attached to a variety of webbing fitted to a wide range of Leisure Lifejackets. The light is emitted through a ultra low profile dome, making the light less susceptible to damage during evacuation. Easily fitted with a unique clip designed to go over a 5cm wide webbing.

The light activates automatically when in water and can be turned off manually if required.

Water Activation. “W”. The light will switch on Automatically when the water contacts are immersed in water. Please note it may take up to 20 seconds for the light to switch on. The light will remain on whilst the contacts are immersed in the water, but may well switch off if the contacts are removed from the water. In those circumstances, the light can be switched on and off manually as required via the switch.

Major Benefits

  • Exceeds the IMO SOLAS regualtions
  • Min. standard: 0.75cd output
  • Min. standard: 8 hour duration
  • Low profile, compact
  • Easily fitted

 

Description

More Information

All Daniamant Lifejacket lights are designed to deliver, as a minimum standard, the 0.75cd output specification and 8 hour duration required by IMO SOLAS regulations.

Brand

Daniamant

Daniamant designs and manufactures all of their products in line with the relevant worldwide approvals, technical specifications, current legislation and International directives. Daniamant is manufacturing in Denmark and the United Kingdom. The company is merger of several other companies who all relate to the marine Survivor Location Light business dating back to 1937. Daniamant hold all necessary approvals for the Company and products, including ISO 9001, MED, SOLAS, ATEX, IECEx and a number of International approvals.Daniamant products cover 12 key areas: • Lifejacket Lights • Liferaft Lights • Lifebuoy Lights • Intrinsically Safe Lights • Special Lights • LED Flares • Forward Looking Sonars (FLS) • Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) • Salinometers • Oil Level Alarm • Electronic Inclinometer