New Emergency Marker Lights Introduced By ACR Electronics

A new line of emergency marker lights with provisions for attaching to a life vest or jacket has been announced by ACR Electronics of Hollywood, Fla. The three lights- Models 631, 632, and 633—are of similar design but each has distinctive features to suit individual preferences.

The 631, approved by the U.S.

Coast Guard, is corrosion-resistant and has a flasher switch for maximum versatility. A low-drain bulb is said to provide up to 50 hours of life from a single D cell. A clear lens is standard, with green or red optional.

The 632 has a flashing circuit that makes it ideal as an emergency or marker light. It also has a clear lens and is powered by one D cell. The 633 features a powerful xenon strobe and a flasher switch. Completely waterproof, it draws minimum power from AA batteries. All the new models have pin attachments for use as vest lights, and all are finished in the new international SOLAS orange.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 52,  May 1984

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