Arctic Rays, LLC will be showcasing three new ultra-high output LED lights along with a compact pan & tilt for the underwater market at the Oceans 2018 conference in Charleston.

The new LED lights are part of the Arctic Rays’ proven Dragonfish line and include the following:

Dragonfish II – a high output 30,000 lm dual-channel continuous dimmable torch rated for 6,000 meters.

Fusion-4 – an ultra-high output 120,000 lm strobe with a fast 2Hz repetition rate rated for 6,000 meters.

Fusion 6 – an ultra-high output 180,000 lm strobe with a fast 2 Hz repetition rate rated for 6,000 meters.

Dragonfish LightIn addition to the new Dragonfish lights, Arctic Rays will have the new Hammerhead ultra-compact Pan & Tilt on display. The Hammerhead offers unlimited rotation in both axes with a torque of 6.8 N-m (5 ft-lb) and absolute position feedback in a 316 S.S. housing. The air-filled housing is rated for 1,000 meters or 6,000 meters if PBOF.

OCEANS is the bi-annual event for global marine technologists, engineers, students, government officials, lawyers, and advocates. Industry thought leaders gather for four days to highlight relevant topics and current trends, while creating a community of learners and influencers who consistently advance research, practices, and policies for the marine field.

Visitors to the Oceans conference are invited to stop by booth 318 and speak with underwater engineering and lighting experts Lee Frey and Dirk Fieberg.

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