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Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light

Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light

Description

The Sealite SL-70 solar marine light features a 3 nautical mile visible range.

Features

  • Reliable year-round operation in low sunlight conditions
  • 256 IALA flash patterns, user-adjustable without the need for external devices
  • NiMH battery for long service life & wide temperature range
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Made from tough, durable polycarbonate and using the latest high intensity LED's, the SL-70 lantern boasts dual high-performance solar modules incorporated into Sealite's world-first Solar Collection Lens. These solar modules are angled to obtain maximum sunlight capture, allowing the unit to operate reliably in a range of low sunlight environments.

The SL-70 can be installed in minutes, and requires no operator intervention. The flash-characters are easily adjusted on-site by the user, and the lantern has a permanent ON/OFF switch for easy storage.

The sealed battery compartment allows the battery to be replaced after years of service – don’t throw the light away at the end of the battery service life.

Sealite's SL-70 solar marine light has been awarded the prestigious Australian DesignMark® at the Australian Design Awards; a testament of Sealite's commitment to the ongoing development of state-of-the-art products.

Notable Specifications:

Light Characteristics

  • Light Source: 6 ultra-high intensity LEDs
  • Available Flash Colors: Red, Green, White, Yellow, Blue
  • Maximum Available Intensity: R- 11.4cd, G- 20.0cd, W- 26.0cd, Y- 10.0cd
  • Visible Range: 2-3nm+
  • Horizontal Output: 360 degrees
  • Vertical Divergence: 9 degrees
  • Reflector Type: Omnidirectional 360° LED Reflector (US Pat. No. 6,667,582. AU Pat. No. 778,918)
  • Available Flash Characteristics: Up to 256 IALA recommended (user adjustable)
  • Intensity Adjustments: Adjustable in 25% increments
  • LED Life Expectancy: >100,000 hours

Electrical Characteristics

  • Current Draw: Refer to Sealite Power Calculator
  • Circuit Protection: Integrated
  • Nominal Voltage: 3.6v
  • Autonomy: >30 days (14 hour darkness, 12.5% duty cycle)
  • Temperature Range: -40 to 80°C

Solar Characteristics

  • Solar Module Type: Multicrystalline
  • Output: 2.5watt (2x 1.25watt)
  • Solar Module Efficiency: 14%
  • Charging Regulation: Microprocessor controlled

Power Supply

  • Battery Type: High grade NiMH - Environment friendly
  • Battery Capacity: 8Ah
  • Nominal Voltage: 3.6v
  • Battery Service Life: Average 5 years

Physical Characteristics- Lights

  • Body Material: LEXAN® Polycarbonate - UV-stabilised
  • Lens Material: LEXAN® Polycarbonate - UV-stabilised
  • Lens Diameter (mm/inches): 150 / 5 7/8
  • Lens Design: External optics with interior flute design
  • Mounting: 200mm OD base pattern
  • Height (mm/inches): 240 / 9 1/2
  • Width (mm/inches): 231 / 9 1/8
  • Mass (Kg/lbs): 1.4 / 3 1/8

Certifications

  • CE EN61000-6-3:1997, EN61000-6-1:1997
  • Quality Assurance ISO9001:2008
  • Waterproof IP68

Intellectual Property

  • Patents US Pat. No. 6,667,582. AU Pat. No. 778,918
  • Trademarks SEALITE® is a registered trademark of Sealite Pty Ltd

Warranty

  • Full three years
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Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-70-Y Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, yellow
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Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-70-R Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, red
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Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-70-G Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, green
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Sealite SL-70 2-3NM+ Solar Marine Light SL-70-W Solar marine light, 2-3 nautical mile range, white
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Sealite SL-70 Replacement Battery SL-70-BAT Replacement battery for SL-70 solar marine light
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