|Place of Origin:||SHAANXI, CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pc|
|Packaging Details:||Each has one small carton and 6pcs in one big carton|
|Delivery Time:||3-7 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Light Source:||Super Bright LED||Color:||Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, White|
|Material:||Polycarbonate, Shock-resistance, Anti-UV, Salt And Dust Self-protection||Working Mode:||Flashing, Steady On|
|Solar Panel:||2W Mono||Battery:||LifePO4 Lithium Battery|
|Mounting:||4pcs Bolts||Warranty:||3 Years|
|OEM:||Color, Flashing Frequency, Logo, Carton Design||Standard:||IALA ,IMO|
|Application:||Tower, Chimney ,tall Buildings, Bridge Aviation Obstruction Lighting Area|
Number 5 Buoy IALA Navigation Lights,
IALA Navigation Lights Green Flashing,
Number 5 Buoy Flashing Navigation Lights
Buoy With Number 5 And Flashing Green Light is used as Navigational aids, “navaid” – also known as aid to navigations, “AtoN” – are special structures such as lighthouses, lightships, beacons, buoys, that are used to enhance safety by providing more opportunities to obtain LOPs.
In contrast: navigational tools including parallel rules, dividers, GPS / Galileo / GLONASS plotters, Radar, compasses, paper charts and sextants.
Lights and marks are prescribed across the world by the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA). In 1977 this IALA endorsed two maritime buoyage systems putting an end to the 30 odd systems existing at that time.
Lateral markers are buoys and other markers that indicate the edges of safe water areas.
Green colors, green lights, and odd numbers mark the edge of a channel on your port (left) side as you enter from open sea or head upstream. Numbers usually will go up as you head upstream. A type of green marker is the cylinder-shaped can buoy.
Red colors, red lights, and even numbers mark the edge of a channel on your starboard (right) side as you enter from open sea or head upstream. Numbers usually will go up as you head upstream. A type of red marker is the cone-shaped nun buoy.
Red and green colors or lights are placed where a channel splits in two. If green is on top, keep the buoy on your left to continue along the preferred channel. If red is on top, keep the buoy on your right. These markers are sometimes called “junction buoys.”
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Buoy With Number 5 And Flashing Green Light
|Mechanical Specifications||Electrical Specifications|
Solar Integrated Design
Bird deterrent conjoined with lens for not easy to break
|Flahing/Steady On||Lens Material||Polycarbonate|
|IP68||Solar Panel||2W mono|
Energy Manage System (EMS)
|Intelligent Microprocessor||Storage Battery||3.7V8.8AH LiFePO4 battery|
Continuous Working Hours
|250hours||Mounting||4 bolts M6 for Mounting|
Automatic Light Control (ALC)
|Turn on at night and off at daytime automatically||Flashing Pattern||
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