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Georgia-based Hella Marine has introduced a new 5nm masthead LED lamp for vessels up to 164 feet.

 

The NaviLED PRO 5nm Masthead Lamp weighs 5 ounces and measures 3.43 inches wide by 3.54 inches high and 2.25 inches deep. It features a Grilamid optical nylon lens, an ultra-strong, Swiss-made polymer, that resists impact, chemicals and UV rays.

 

The sealed, IP 67-certified lamp remains corrosion-free and uses less than 4 watts.

 

To ensure the performance of each NaviLED PRO lamp, Hella Marine photometrically verifies precise horizontal and vertical cut-off angles. A unique serial number laser-engraved onto each lens refers back to test reports, ensuring compliance with international navigation lamp standards.

 

Hella’s Multivolt electronics protect from electrical spikes to more than 500 volts and reverse polarity to minus 700 volts. It is BSH, Wheelmark, COLREG, USCG, and ABYC A-16 approved.

 

Its shroud comes in white or black and a five-year warranty. The NaviLED PRO 5 nm Masthead Lamp retails for $325.

For more information, visit www.hellamarine.com.

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