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New Marine Lighting System


New Marine Lighting System
New Marine Lighting System

Lighting for maritime installations encounters some of the worst operating conditions in the world. Salt water immersion, ozone, sunlight, temperature extremes and rough handling, all place demands on sensitive lighting equipment. External lights, and in particular, navigation lights are continuously hammered by extreme conditions causing damage and failure. The Fondle system overcomes all these problems, by housing the bulb and all electrical connections, in the safe confines of a protected environment below decks.
Fondle (Fibre Optic Navigation and deck Lighting Equipment) features a range of lighting systems providing maritime lighting which uniquely overcomes the many problems and limitations of traditional lamp-based lighting. There is no degradation of light output over the life-time of the bulb. Light is transferred from the light source located below decks, via specially designed fibre-optic cables,connected to a range of emission heads placed externally. These emission heads are provided in several formats for navigation, deck and inspection lighting purposes. Bulb replacement is carried out in seconds below decks.

The Fondle system means there is no longer a need to risk the often hazardous conditions on deck, simply to replace a blown bulb. In addition, the Fondle fibre-optic cable features zero interference - it does not emit electromagnetic interference, and thus does not affect the capabilities of other electrical and electronic systems. All lighting can be run on the Fondle system, including navigation, compass,instrument, cabin and deck lighting. There are a total of five Fondle Systems available currently.


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