- The VRB-25 LED
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- Case Study: Innovative Vega Solution
Vega’s VRB-25 incandescent rotating beacon, first launched in 1995, has proven to be a global leader in lighthouse beacons, with hundreds deployed around the world.
The new and improved VRB-25 LED incorporates the strengths of the original incandescent model with the latest LED technology, providing increased reliability and optical performance. The VRB-25 LED is operating in lighthouses such as Dry Tortugas (USA), Raffles Lighthouse (Singapore) and Pisang Lighthouse (Singapore).
If you would like to find out more about the benefits of using LED technology for your lighthouse solution or talk about upgrading your old rotating beacon, simply email your regional Business Development Manager or local Vega channel partner (click here to see the complete list) and they will be happy to discuss the best solution for your needs.
Vega Business Development Managers
Asia, Dinesh Chandra – firstname.lastname@example.org
Europe, Middle East & Africa, Peter Orre – email@example.com
Americas and Iberia, Hamish Wiig – firstname.lastname@example.org
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Ian Jones – email@example.com
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Simply follow this link and register the details of your Vega product to be in with a chance to win. We will be drawing out one lucky winner every three months, so the more product you register, the higher your chances of winning.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Vega teamed up with our channel partner in Thailand - Saftrol Limited - to install an innovative sector light solution at the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate. Combining two of Vega’s flagship PEL-6 sector lights with Vega’s solar powered monitoring service VegaWeb, Vega was able to make the best use of the limited space available.
Read the full case study here.
We’re always on the lookout for new case studies. Please get in touch if you’d like to share your story.
For more information on the PEL-6 click here.