SeaYa 70W LED SPOT Primary Canister Light with Fixed Focus (10°)

SeaYa Underwater Lighting
$2,163.10 - $3,472.87

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 LED 70W SPOT Primary light

 The light head with the highest power output with 3-step regulation.

Light source: 7x CREE® XP-L HI
Power: max. 70 W
Luminance: max. 8400 lm
Colour temperature: 5700 °K
Light distribution angle: 10°
Modes: 100%-50%-20% /-OFF*
Max. operating depth: 150 m
Head dimensions (length x diameter): 86 mm x 74/60 mm
Colour: black, red, blue, green
Made of: anodized aluminum
Type of handle: Goodman or Mini-G
Battery pack capacity   13.8 Ah 24.15 Ah 41.4 Ah
Charging time   8 h** 5 h 8.5 h
Weight on the surface   2.1 kg 2.7 kg 3.7 kg
Weight in water   0.8 kg 1.1 kg 1.5 kg

additional OFF mode in the light head - Add product code SY-OFF to your order when checking out.

underwater pluggable E/O cord (1 set) - Add product code SY-EO to your order when checking out - additional cost applies.

sidemount version of the lid with one output for 13.8Ah and 24.15 Ah battery pack canisters only - Add product code SY-SM to your order when checking out - additional cost applies.

engraved nickname on the battery pack canister, max length 85mm x height 20mm - Add product code SY-NICKNAME to your order when checking out and please specify the name wanted - additional cost applies.

blue colour of 13.8Ah and 24.15Ah battery pack canisters - *raspberry available upon request - Add product code SY-BLUE/RASPBERRY to your order when checking out - no additional cost for this. 

red or black color of the light head, * blue, green and fuchsia on request - Add product code SY-RED/BLACK/BLUE*/GREEN*/FUCHSIA* to your order when checking out - no additional cost applies for this.

charging time for LCD charger
Automatic charger for Li-Ion battery packs with compartment included.

LED 70W working time diagram

Designed specifically for SeaYa LED 70W SPOT electronics signals the approaching end of lamp life by automatic reduction of output power to 20% and then to 5%. It gives the user the time to safely end diving or take a decision about further progress. The above-described scheme of work provides the maximum use of the battery pack while ensuring its safe operation.