The W3 Polar light is ideally to be used for but not limited to all expedition cruises and deep sea commercial sailing in any of the Arctic or Antarctica waters. W3 Polar light can withstand the extreme low temperatures of down to -52 degrees Celsius / -61.6 Fahrenheit This makes the Dan W3 Polar optimal for use on any expedition cruises or commercial bluewater sailing in Arctic or Antarctica waters. It is recommended to be installed as mandatory on any lifejacket onboard ships sailing in polar and cold waters.
All Daniamant Lifejacket lights are designed to deliver, as a minimum standard, the 0.75cd output specification and 8-hour duration required by IMO SOLAS regulations.
This fairly low proﬁle light is a single compact flashing unit. The light is emitted through an ultra-low proﬁle dome, making the light less susceptible to damage during evacuation. Easily ﬁtted with two different backing plates, one to go over a thin strap and one to go over a 5cm belt. The light activates automatically when in water and can be turned off manually if required.
Luminous intensity – operation at 25°C
Approvals – Classification Societies SOLAS/MED/USCG. Made in Denmark.
|Light Output||Min 0.75 cd|
|Light Duration||Min. of 8 hours|
|Light Type||USCG CERT (SOLAS) FOR DX0325D|
|Material||ABS Polycarbonate /TPE|
|Storage Temperature||-52°C to +65°C|
|Operating Temperature||-1°C to + 30°C|
|Storage Life||5 Years|
|Battery Type||Lithium Thionyl Chloride|
|Activation||Water / Manual|