Phoenix Introduces Sodium Fishing Lights

—Literature Available A new line of fishing vessel lights designed to provide more light while consuming less power has been announced by Phoenix Products Company, Inc. of Milwaukee.

Available in both 12-volt and 120- volt models, these fixtures can be mounted on masts or cabin bulkheads to illuminate deck areas and trawling nets. The high-pressure sodium (HPS) lights are designed to provide up to five times the light per watt as quartz lights. The new line includes models ranging from 35 to 150 watts, all with integral ballasts, thus eliminating the extra wiring and mounting involved with lights that require separate ballasts.

The fixtures are made of copperfree marine aluminum to resist salt water corrosion and offer long lamp life. HPS lamps can last up to 24,000 hours.

For further information and free literature on the HPS lights, Circle 24 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 43,  Dec 15, 1984

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