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A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor diode that emits incoherent narrow-spectrum light when electrically biased in the forward direction. The physical effect of electroluminescence was discovered by Henry Joseph Round I 1907. But as he was working on a new radio direction finding method for marine vessels this discovery was initially forgotten. Today white LED reaches efficacies up to 40-100 lm/W (efficiency depends on colour temperature and colour rendering) and is used in a vast number of areas, dive lights being one of them. LED offers a whole array of advantages such as low energy consumption, extremely long life, very low early failure rate, smallest dimensions, shock and vibration resistant, low wattage and high colour saturation.

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  1. LED 10W light head only

    LED 10W light head only

    Light head and bungee grip with cable for battery canisters.

    10 Watt with focus light beam.

    Spot beam in cool white.

    Color temperature: 6600K.

    Approximate light output: 1260.

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  2. LED 10W light head only

    LED 10W light head only

    10W LED lights head

    Light head and Goodman grip with cable for battery canisters.

    Spot beam in cool white

    Color temperature: 6600K

    Approximate light output: 1260

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    kr0.00
  3. 32801 Light head

    28W LED light head only

    Light head and Goodman grip with cable for battery canisters.

    Spot beam in cool white

    Color temperature: 7000K

    Approximate light output: 4022 lm

    Max diameter Ø 63mm Length 95mm

    Weight 0,5kg Learn More
    kr4,590.00

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