High-Power LED Lights Meet Demanding Applications
Commercial vessels, marinas and boatyards require bright, even illumination for safety and security at night. New HypaLUME LED Floodlights from Hella marine are a powerful light source, constructed to withstand extreme conditions for dependable performance. Three lens options and a choice of AC or DC models suit a variety of demanding marine applications.
HypaLUME LED Floodlights deliver a wide-reaching beam of crisp, white, 5700K light that reduces fatigue and eye strain. The 110/230V AC model produces a net output of up to 28,000 lumens while consuming less than 300W; the 24/48V DC version generates up to 25,000 lumens at less than 260W. A video at bit.ly/2EPZ3Iv demonstrates the HypaLUME's impressive capabilities.
Each lamp features a rugged Grilamid HD lens that resists damage from impact, UV rays and commonly used chemicals. Close range, long range and extra wide lens choices accommodate a range of applications. The heavy-duty 316 stainless steel adjustable mounting bracket firmly grips the HypaLUME lamp to withstand harsh vibration while allowing easy vertical angle adjustment of up to 140°. Its corrosion-resistant bracket is further coated with a non-stick compound for easy cleaning.
The AC model HypaLUME lamp is fully sealed to IP 66/IP 67 and the DC model to IP 6K9K standards against dust and high pressure jet cleaning. Both carry CE, RCM, FCC, ISO 13766 and CISPR25 approvals.
Measuring 20.47" W x 14.96" H wide and just 6.54" (DC model) or 7.08" (AC model) deep, Hella marine HypaLUME Floodlights are designed to operate over an extreme temperature range from -40°F to +122°F.
Made in New Zealand and protected by a 5-year warranty, Hella marine HypaLUME LED Floodlights have suggested retail prices starting at $1,800.
See the rugged, powerful and versatile Hella marine HypaLUME at Pacific Marine Expo Nov. 18-20 in Fisheries Supply booth #1521, and at the International WorkBoat Show Nov 28-30 in Hella marine booth #3465.
The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.