Dyron has launched the Solaris 4200 UV light. The light emits an 120º beam with a maximum output of 4200 lumens and has a burn time of 30 to 50 minutes depending on power setting. The light is supplied with a gel filter that can be cut and fitted to a mask, and also between a wet lens and the port of a housing. This combination will allow the user to view and photograph fluorescence underwater.
The light is available now.
- Fluorescent light 5W with 16 LED.
- 120 ° without hot spots (diffuse light).
- Efficiency under water 4200 lumen.
- Autonomy 30 minutes to 50 minutes (4200 / 2000 lumen).
- Secured button on/off.
- Power settings from 40% to 100%.
- Battery: Sanyo Ni-Mh 7.2v (2 years warranty).
- 4 hours to charge the battery (external charging no need to open the light).
Length 17cm - Body diameter 6cm - Head diameter 8cm.
Weight on land 990g.
- Fast charger.
- removable grip.
- 2 x large pieces of special soft filter for mask and housing.
You need to cut a piece of one the large square filter delivered with the light in order to put it into the mask and then cut another piece of the other large square filter for your housing port. You place this part between your wet lens and the port.
All in cordura carrying case.