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Automatic Floating Strobe Light


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Model # 195786 | Mfg # 3940.1
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Crew overboard light automatically rights itself and activates when in the water with the reliable gravity switch. Provides a minimum of 3 candela of light with its 360° high-intensity Xenon strobe. UV-stable PVC housing. Uses a 6V screw-terminal battery (sold separately, Model 4545638) to deliver a 60-hour signal. Includes bulkhead bracket mount. USCG and SOLAS approved.

  • Light Type: Strobe
  • Max. Range of Visibility: Over 3 miles (4.8 km)
  • Battery Type: Standard 6V
  • Battery Life: 60 hours
  • Case Material: UV-PVC

Automatic Floating Strobe Light

Activation Method Water-Activated
Battery Life 60 Hours
Burn Time 60 Hours
Color White
Dimensions 13.8" Length x 4.8" Diameter
Mount Type Bracket
Type Lights
USCG Approved USCG
Visibility Over 1.5 NM
Warranty Details One Year

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Acr Electronics Automatic Floating Strobe Light

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The best for offshore sailing

By Alberto Caputo

from Barranquilla, Colombia

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  • Easy To Use
  • Reliable
  • Waterproof


  • Bulky

Best Uses

  • Sailing

Comments about Acr Electronics Automatic Floating Strobe Light:

We used the ACR Strobe light offshore on board an Anchor Handling Offshore supply vessel, we used it to mark a drifting lifeboat with out a single light, we managed to attached a lifering with the strobe light to the lifeboat and threw it over board, so we can see it at night. Excellent battery life, watertight guarantee and you can see the strobe light from 2-3 nautical miles, even in high swells giving a potential Man Over Board a great chance of getting rescued.

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