- Beam Intensity: 1.05 Million Candela
(1 Lux at 3362 ft)
- LED Emitter Life: 20,000+ hours
- Power Consumption: 120 Watts
- Color Temperature: 5700 Kelvin
- Beam Spread: 8.5 Degrees
- Aiming Options: Electric Joystick, Remote Lever and Local Handle
- Redundancy: Multiple LED Pods each with separate electronics provide redundancy if a failure occurs
- Voltage: 12VDC, 24VDC, 115VAC or 230VAC
- Materials: Brass and Stainless Steel with Salt-Resistant Powder Coat Finish
- Lower Power Consumption: LED’s consume 75% or more less power than Halogen lamps.
- Longer Life: LED’s last tens-of-thousands of hours compared to approximately 250 to 750 hours depending upon the Halogen lamp. This reduces lamp replacement costs, increases reliability, and reduces the chance of injury due to far fewer lamp replacements high up on the Pilothouse or Guard Tower rooftops.
- More Effective Color Temperature: Halogen beams appear yellow at 3200 Kelvin, whereas a LED beam at 5700 Kelvin appears “pure white” to the human eye, making it much more effective in seeing objects in total darkness.
- Higher Reliability: Due to lamp-life alone, a LED searchlight will fail far fewer times compared to a Halogen searchlight. If a BTR (the most popular Halogen lamp in North America) lasts 250 hours, and LED’s last a minimum of 20,000 hours, there will be 80 Halogen searchlight failures for every LED searchlight due to lamp-life failures alone. And since the LED design includes “modular redundancy”; the reliability of a Carlisle & Finch LED Searchlight is simply amazing.