AQUA-SIRIUS LRS, Water Activated Long Range LED Strobe Light - USCG Approved Signaling Strobe - Does NOT Replace Flares and FAA TSO-C85b Approved, Exceeds SOLAS Requirements - Made in USA
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★ WATER ACTIVATION - Once strobe is switched into the 'armed' position, the LED lights will activate when in contact with water.
★ HIGH PERFORMANCE STROBE – Visible from up to 3.5 miles depending on atmospheric conditions, this light will flash a bright white signal 60 times a minute for over 18 hours, and flash with reduced brightness for 5+ days.
★ EXTREMELY TOUGH GEAR – LSC designs and manufactures critical maritime rescue and survival equipment used in some of the harshest environments on earth. This safety signaling strobe is no different. It is constructed of high-strength ABS plastic with a high-impact resistant clear lens.
★ RELIABLE & SIMPLE – Lost at sea with one chance at survival, you want the gear you can rely on. That is why we inspect and test each and every strobe light we produce.
★ US COAST GUARD & FAA APPROVED – U.S.C.G. SOLAS Approval 161.112/77/0 - FAA TSO-C85b, DOES NOT REPLACE FLARES
For over 35 years, Lifesaving Systems has been an innovator and leader in the world of maritime rescue and survival equipment. Founder Sam Maness invented the first emergency escape breathing device for helicopter crews, the first flotation kit for rescue litters, the first collapsible litters, and the only collapsible steel rescue basket.
Our auto-locking D-Lok rescue hook has been installed on thousands of helicopters, and our inflatable life vests are being worn by tens of thousands of military boat crews and aviators around the world.
Since 1980 we have designed and manufactured the equipment helicopter and maritime rescue teams use to save lives in some of the harshest conditions imaginable. From rescue hooks to personnel harnesses, titanium ladders to rescue litters, from the strobe lights that the lost use to signal for help to the rescue strops that pull them to safety, we make the gear rescuers need to do their jobs and to do them as safely as possible.
Every hour of every day our equipment is out there somewhere on or over the oceans. We know the importance of what we are making. We know how and where it will be used. We know that it absolutely cannot fail when it’s needed. We make it easy to use, easy to maintain, and as tough and strong as the rescuers who take it with them to save lives.