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NAVIGATION


New Fully Featured SL-155 Gives You More! Satcom, GSM and GPS packaged with a choice of solar power options


The SL-155, 6-13NM marine lantern is the latest model to join the extensive list of satellite-enabled products by Sealite. It is supported by our partnership with Iridium®, the world's only truly global low earth orbit satellite communications network.


The SL-155 is a versatile mid-range marine lantern, available in:


• 2.5-degree, 5-degree and 10-degree lens options; with • A choice of Satcom, GSM, AIS Type 1 and 3 and GPS synchronisation; • In six product configurations including stand alone, self-contained or external solar power supply options.


The single tier SL-155 with multiple intensity adjustments offers high levels of efficiency, and minimal wind loading. This is a significant advantage over lens stack assembly designs.


The SL-155 series are programmed using Sealite’s advanced PC or IR Programming tools. GPS synchronisation, Satellite connectivity and GSM monitoring and control are offered as options on this model.


Premium monitoring and control functionality is offered via the Star2M portal.


The SL-155 lanterns are also available with a class-leading integrated, low powered Type 1 or Type 3 AIS. When fitted, the AIS is encapsulated within the body of the SL-155 to maintain the weatherproof integrity.


q +44 (0)1502 588026 E uk@sealite.com H www.sealite.com


26 www.dockyard-mag.com October 2021


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