Bowtech Launches LED-S-Series Lamp

Bowtech Products Ltd, a global market leader in subsea vision systems, announces the arrival of the LED-S-Series lamp, a smaller, 10,000 lumen “baby” version of the 20,000 lumen LED-V-Series underwater floodlight.

The LED-S-Series lamp has been designed to offer a smaller, lighter and lower lumen output than the LED-V-Series using the same highly successful technology.

Outputting up to 10,000 lumens with a beam angle of 80 degrees in water (narrower angles are available) the lamp is ideal for illuminating large areas for HD viewing tasks.

Manufactured in corrosion resistant Hard Anodised Aluminium with an Acrylic window, the lamp is rated to operate at 6,000 metres ocean depth.

The LED-S-Series lamp is available as either 100-120Vac or 130-150Vdc, with a selection of connectors and connector positions available.

The LED-S-Series lamp is an ideal replacement for obsolete incandescent lamps which can no longer be supplied.

Benefits of LED lighting over Incandescent Bulbs:

• No Fragile Filaments,
• Rugged Construction,
• Highly Shock and Vibration Resistant,
• Average Lifetime greater than 50,000 hours,
• Enormous “In-Service” Cost Saving,
• Available in Various Colour Temperatures.

Press Release, September 01, 2014

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