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    Conus MSR18240 highpower LED underwater light designed as sloped truncated cone

    €4.370,-* 0 In stock
    20 variations housing material: Aluminium Bronze, Colour of LED's: white, Isolation Layer: No

    Product description

    The Conus MSR18240 underwater light, designed as sloped truncated cone, uses highpower LEDs and can be installed under the water line on the stern of the hull of the yacht. Supported by the sloped truncated cone the Conus MSR18240 can be installed on the hull to light in different directions. The Conus MSR18240 is the only underwater light that can be positioned to light the sea ground (very helpful whilst mooring or anchoring).

    Construction

    • Innovative and Patented Design
    • Aluminium Bronze or Anodized Aluminium Casings
    • 18 Power LEDs Design
    • White-, Blue-, Green- Single-Color or WGB-, RGB Multi-Color Lighting
    • Tempered Glass Optical Window
    • High-Efficiency Lens
    • Simple Installation
    • Wide Range Power Supply with low Power Consumption is included
    • Remote control, DMX512 controller or dimmer is not included

     

    Technical Information

    NameValue
    Input voltage [VDC]24
    Power usage single-color [A]3 x 1
    Power usage multi-color [A]3 x 1,5
    Lens angle50°
    Optical window thickness [mm]6
    Luminous flux [lm]10.700 (White)
    White colour temperature [K]6.000 - 10.000
    Operating temperature [°C]-10 - +50
    HousingAluminium bronze (AB2) or anodized aluminium (ALN)
    Protection classIP 68
    Dimensions [mm]217 x 142 x 85
    Weight [kg]6,0 (bronze) / 2,3 (aluminium)

     

     

    Manufacturer information

    • Manufacturer: Astel
    • Partnumber: Conus-MSR18240-AB2W

    Specifications

    Article number
    1st18Conus-MSR18240-AB2W

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