- Hydrosphere Showcase at Seawork
- Webinar on Range Lights
- The VLB-44 Guiding the Way
Hydrosphere, Vega’s exclusive reseller for the United Kingdom and Ireland, is showcasing Vega’s quality range of products at this year’s Seawork Commercial Marine Workboat Exhibition & Conference, from June 14-16 at Mayflower Park, Southampton.
Seawork is Europe’s biggest marine and workboat exhibition which hosts thousands of industry professionals over three days.
John Caskey, Managing Director of Hydrosphere said “ It is a great opportunity to present the entire Vega offering to a wide range of potential clients. We’re particularly excited about the pre release of the PEL-4 LED . We think it’s an exciting product with a lot of potential.“
Want to contact Hydrosphere? Click here for their contact details.
Vega's CEO Arjen Maarleveld and the Business Development Manager for EMEA Peter Orre will be attending Seawork. Click here for their contact details.
Vega is the global leader in the manufacture and design of range lights, which have been installed around the globe. Continuing our successful series of webinars, we invite you to join us in June to learn about range lights in general as well as Vega’s range light offering.
The webinars will focus on:
- Introduction to range lights
- How to select the right range light
- Overview of Vega range lights
Register here for the 15th of June (1pm Los Angeles time).
Register here for the 16th of June (8:30am London time).
The VLB-44 is Vega’s most versatile LED marine beacon which caters for a wide range of marine applications. Using highly efficient optics, the VLB-44 is capable of producing 175 candela per Watt (depending on vertical divergence). This level of efficiency significantly reduces the solar panel and battery requirement in standalone applications.
The quality and efficiency of the VLB-44 was recognised in 2014 when the United States Coast Guard renewed its contract with Vega to supply the VLB-44.
This VLB-44 comes in 3 configurations and is available from 1-8 tiers:
• 10 degree vertical divergence for buoys
• 5 degree vertical divergence for land/pole use
• 2.5 degree vertical divergence for lighthouses