The OceanLED subsea lights are designed to operate either as a stand-alone light or to form part of the OceanTools SmartNET network with PT330 pan & tilt units and OceanCAM-SD subsea cameras. The intensity of up to 16 lamps can be controlled and powered from a single source. OceanLED lights are available in cool white (5600K) or neutral white (4100K) and have no delicate filament, making them suitable for a wide range of underwater tasks.
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