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High Performance Underwater Light


High Performance Underwater Light

DeepSea Power & Light (San Diego, USA) released its latest high performance underwater light, the LED Multi-SeaLite®. Years of R&D and rigorous component testing have produced a robust and brilliant deep ocean light rated to 6,000m. The LED Multi-SeaLite utilizes proprietary reflectors and driver circuitry to complement 18 LEDs. The LED Multi-SeaLite draws a mere 45W of power while producing more light than a 250W halogen lamp, projecting over 2,500 lumens of brilliant white light into the water.

Blue or green LEDs can be specified to increase ocean penetration, or reduce apparent backscatter, as the single colors closely match the maximum transmittance window of seawater. LED technology offers a number of advantages over conventional halogen and even gas discharge lights such as HIDs and HMIs. LED advantages include: a projected 50,000 hour lifespan, inherent vibration and shock resistance, and instant on-off. Full range dimming is possible with LEDs and will be an option in future DSPL models.


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