Sealite SL-60 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light

The Sealite SL-60 solar marine light features a 2-3 nautical mile visible range.

Features

  • 4 user adjustable intensity settings
  • 6 ultra high intensity LEDs
  • 3 year fix or replace warranty
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Sealite SL-60 2-3NM+ Solar Marine LightSL-60-Y Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, yellow
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Sealite SL-60 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-60-R Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, red
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Sealite SL-60 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-60-G Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, green
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Sealite SL-60 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-60-W Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, white
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Sealite SL-60 Replacement Battery SL-60-BAT Replacement battery for SL-60 solar marine light
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The Sealite SL-60 is the most popular and versatile 2 nautical mile solar marine light available. Made from tough, durable polycarbonate and using the latest high-intensity LEDs, no expense has been spared in the design and development of this lantern. The SL-60 can be installed in minutes, and requires no operator intervention.

The flash sequences are easily adjusted on site by the user, and the lantern has a permanent ON/OFF switch for easy storage. During daylight hours the solar module will charge the battery, and the lantern will automatically begin operation at dusk.

The SL-60 features a sealed battery compartment, allowing the battery to be replaced after years of service dont throw the light away at the end of the battery service life. The unit is sealed using polycarbonate bonding compounds similar to those used by major automobile manufacturing companies.

 

  • Bird deterrent built in
  • Life expectancy up to 12 years with battery replacement every 5 years (approx)
  • Light Characteristics
  • Light Source: 6 ultra-high intensity LEDs
  • Range: 2 nautical miles
  • Flash Color: Red, White, Yellow, Blue, Green
  • Intensity:> 8.3cd
  • Horizontal Output (degrees): 360 degrees
  • Vertical Divergence: 9 degrees
  • Flash Settings: Up to 256 IALA recommended (user adjustable)
  • Lamp Life: 100,000 hours
  • Electrical Characteristics
  • Current Draw: Minimal
  • Circuit Protection: Integrated
  • Operating Voltage: 3.6v
  • Autonomy:> 20 days (14 hour darkness, 12.5% duty cycle)
  • Solar Module Type: Multicrystalline
  • Output: 1.4watt
  • Battery Type: High grade NiMH -replaceable
  • Battery Capacity: 4Ah
  • Battery Voltage: 3.6v
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Body Material: LEXAN Polycarbonate - UV stabilized
  • Lens Material: LEXAN Polycarbonate - UV stabilized
  • Mounting: 4x4.5mm mounting holes
  • Height: 20.5cm
  • Width: 17.7cm
  • Mass: 1.1kg
  • Certifications
  • CE: EN61000-6-3:1997, EN61000-6-1:1997
  • Quality Assurance: ISO9001:2000
  • Waterproof: IP68
  • Patents: US Pat. No. 6,667,582. AU Pat. No. 778,918
  • Trademark: BargeSafe is a registered trademark of Sealite Pty Ltd
  • Warranty: 3 years
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