Daniamant in Denmark was founded in 1975, importing diamond tools for the building industry. Their first IMO approved Lifejacket Light was used at sea in 1985 – same year as first approved Liferaft Lighting system was developed. In 1991 IMO regulations were tightened, making lifejacket lights compulsory on vessels undertaking long voyages.
All Daniamant Lifejacket lights are designed to deliver, as a minimum standard, the 0.75cd output specification and 8 hour duration required by IMO SOLAS regulations.
This new, low proﬁle light is a single compact ﬂashing unit. The light is emitted through a ultra low proﬁle dome, making the light less susceptible to damage during evacuation. Easily ﬁtted with two different backing plates, one to go over a thin strap and one to go over a 5cm belt. This is the automatic version of Dan M3. The light activates automatically when in water and can be turned off manually if required.
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