ACR Auto HemiLight 2 Automatic Survivor Light
|Automatic Survivor Searchlight||Lithium||Water/|
|8 hrs||2.75'' x 1.47'' x 1.37''||1.9oz(55g)||$16.99 USD|
The choice of cruise lines worldwide, the ACR Auto HemiLight2 attaches to almost any style life jacket. It is smaller than other approved lights and features rounded edges to maintain inflation bladder integrity inflatable jackets. The all new LED light activates when in contact with salt or fresh water and can be deactivated by sliding the switch to the off position. Installation is quick and simple with the all new Dragon Clip which provides secure retrofit attachment to almost any style life jacket in a matter of seconds. Beam angle extends to all directions of the upper hemisphere
- Water-activated LED flashing survival light with manual deactivation switch
- Meets USCG and SOLAS requirements
- Attachment loops accommodate up to 5 cm (2 in) wide webbing
- Rounded edges to maintain integrity of inflatable life jackets
- Smaller than other approved lights
- Highly visible flashing LED light
- Marine tough design for years of useful service
- Water tight to 30' ( 9.14 m) Meets IMO standard
- Has an operating temperature of +30°F to +86°F ( -1°C to 30°C)
- -22°F to + 149°F (-30°C to +65°C) stowage type
- Limited 1 year warranty
- Has the approvals of: USCG, SOLAS, Transport Canada and MED SOLAS
La Paz, MEXICO.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
May 2, 2016
I have looked for reliable safety accessories and this is one that meets and exceeds the IMO LSA Code. On the 1st of May 2016, after going through a lot of web searches, ACR AUto HemiLight 2 has got a few interesting comments from other users. This is my professional opinion. The light is compact (better the those that have fastened battery cells and cords hanging off). Not too crazily expensive (we spend more on useless items in a night out with friends then what we pay for this safety device. Robust. Easily fastened and tested. I submerged it in a bowl of fresh water on 1May2016 at 08:32hrs. (Just to see how long the battery lasts). On 2May2016/ 12:48hrs, battery died. (At about 9:13hrs 2may2016, the light stopped flashing but remained on). Life Jacket lights are required under IMO LSA Code to last at least 8 hours (LSA 2010 Edition, Page 171, 10.3.4) It lasted longer. This is my take on this device, i hope it helps you choose.