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The SL-125 LED marine lantern is maintenance-free and used by many of the world’s
busiest ports. The lantern is available with up to 4 tiers of 36 LEDs (144 LEDs in total), for
complete flexibility to suit varying applications.
The SL-125 is ideal to fit on existing structures, or can be supplied as a complete unit with external solar modules and battery
The large industry standard base, and 1 metre of included cable allows the SL-125 to be readily fitted to any 12 volt power supply.
Once installed, the SL-125 requires no operator intervention. The flash characters are easily adjusted onsite by the user, and the
lantern will automatically begin operation at dusk – once the ambient light threshold drops sufficiently.
Up to 4 tiers of 36 LEDs are available to increase the light intensity of the SL-125 unit.
The SL-125-2, SL-125-3 and SL-125-4 have 72, 108 and 144 LEDs respectively.
Each LED tier utilises the Sealite Omnidirectional LED Reflector (US Pat. No. 6,667,582. AU Pat. No. 778,918) to increase the intensity
and uniformity of the horizontal output.
Multiple focal points on the lens then create superior divergence specifications to suit regulations worldwide.
Optional GPS Synchronisation
For flash synchronisation of lanterns a GPS module may be fitted.
When lanterns flash in synchronisation they can be clearly distinguished from other navaids and confusing background lighting –
ideal for rivers and channel marking.
Optional GSM Monitoring & Control
The SL-C125 lantern series may also be fitted with GSM Remote Monitoring and Control capabilities – enabling users to access real-time
diagnostics data and change lantern settings via cell-phone.
Optional AIS Remote Monitoring
AIS integration enables remote monitoring of the SL-125 lantern as well as crucial message 21 information to be broadcast to
mariners within the region.