Survival Product Code: BEUFLALIGLED342142
Beuchat 50 Watt Halogen Rechargable Torch
Beuchat Scuba diving torch
Lampe 50W rechargeable with batteries Ni-MH 3.5 Ah.
The lamp 50 W is for all divers who are looking for a underwater torch at an affordable price with adequate autonomy that can recharge quickly and have a long bulb life.
The electronic management of the diving torch, developed by Beuchat, increases the battery life considering different specific criteria: power selector, safety valve, optimization system of the life of the bulb...
- Batterie a Ni-MH rechargeable.
- Body in aluminium
- Beam: de 50 W (3300?K - 1600 Lumens).
- You can chose between 100% or 70% power.
- Security strap
- Bag included
- Charging time: 4 hours
- Autonomie: 70% 80 min/ 100% 52 min.
- Dimensions: diameter 80 mm, lenght 200mm
- Weight out of the water: 1325 g
- Weight in the water: 450 g
- External charge
- Power 100% & 70%
Battery charge management exclusive to Beuchat.
The battery charge management system, developed by Beuchat, increases battery life. This is based on electronic charge management which takes account of, not one, but five surveillance criteria in order to optimise charge and therefore increase battery life. For example, when charging, if the internal temperature of the light rises above 28?C, the electronic charge management system automatically commences slow charge to avoid damaging the battery. As soon as the temperature falls below 28?C, fast charging recommences.
Battery discharge management information exclusive to Beuchat
An electronic circuit controls the battery discharge status. This is displayed by red and green indicator lights on the back of the light, which are constant or flash to display battery discharge level. External charging The battery charges without disassembly, which eliminates the risk of water entry after each open and closure. The charger connects to two metal pins situated at the back of the light.
Export (to non EU destinations) price: ?251.26 (+shipping)
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