Range: 1 - 10 NM Depending on Application
Ideal for: offshore platforms, buoys, docks, piers, jetties, marinas.
The FA‐249 Marine Lantern is a rugged, compact and lightweight signal lantern particularly suited for buoys, fixed platforms, bridges, barges, low‐powered warning lights and others.
Adapted from the original FA‐249 marine lantern due to its widespread use and excellent reputation as a buoy lantern, this state of the art LED system is constructed to withstand the mechanical stresses of service on buoys and includes a number of features designed to endure harsh marine elements while maintaining structural integrity and reducing the need for maintenance.
- A Qualified Product to U. S. Coast Guard Specification 205
- Extremely high flux LEDs mounted on a STABRITE LED array system, driven by specially designed electronics
- LED array available in 1X6, 1X4, 1x8, 3X4 configurations
- Proven lantern design with the flexibility to use the same housing and lens system for both LED and lamp changer systems, and ability to retrofit LED’s into existing installations
- A 3‐piece lens mounting system of molded Lexan with stainless steel thumb screws that fully compresses the lens gasket and provides strong positive closure of the lantern
- Ability to accommodate an external photocell, solar array cable and battery cable
- Factory‐preset flash characteristics to customer specifications
- 15+1 special programmable position (AM‐8 LED Flasher/Controller Unit)
- 255+1 special programmable position (AM‐6 LED Flasher/Controller Unit)
- High‐efficiency TracSwitcher current controls; 82% of the battery current reaches the LED array on flash; 2 mA idle current between flashes
- Software programmable: Photocell, low voltage disconnect, special flash rhythm, specialized current settings and solar charge control voltage setting
- Optional 365 day timer (AM‐6)
- Optional Uniflash®‐series GPS synchronizing system, terminal strips, etc
- Optional remote monitoring
- NI/I/2/ABCD/T6 Ta = +54°C; T5 Ta = +65°C; T4A Ta = +85°C
- NI/I/2/IIC/T6 Ta = +54°C; T5 Ta = +65°C
- Coding: II 3 G T3; Ta ‐20°C to +40°C (Zone 2)
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