Tideland Marine Lanterns are designed to work in the harsh conditions in which they will be deployed, providing navigational signals to mariners across the globe. Using the very best electronics and LED light sources available, matched with high-performing optics developed in-house, our range of marine lanterns are manufactured to comply with all the relevant IALA Guidelines and Recommendations.
To underpin your operational safety and efficiency, Tideland Signal offers a full range of omnidirectional lanterns, directional lanterns, and rotating beacons, with visual ranges from 3 nautical miles up to 24 nautical miles. In addition to lanterns designed for general marine use in safe areas (GMU), we also manufacture a range of lanterns designed and certified for use in hazardous areas (Ex). Automatic activation and monitoring possibilities, combined with redundancies and low maintenance, make Tideland Signal the leading supplier of visual Aids to Navigation systems.
Nova-65 HI Tideland LED Marine Lantern
The Nova-65HI Tideland LED Marine Lantern features unique and proprietary optics, developed in 2012 from the original Nova-65 lanterns, which provide a 360° beam at 3° vertical divergence.
Utilizing a highly efficient compact lens, the Nova-65 HI is a one-of-a-kind, small, lightweight marine beacon. The 3° divergence lens is ideal for fixed or stable floating aids to navigation requiring a much longer range, up to 10NM @ T=0.74, while still using a minimal amount of power.
Two options of housing are available for general marine use (GMU) and for NEC Class 1 Division 2: polycarbonate and a ruggedized metal version. Both housing options are designed to withstand the harsh marine environment including ice buildup in extremes of latitude and the high temperatures experienced along the equatorial plane.
IP-66 and IP-68 make Nova-65I the choice of professionals.
- User-selectable power and flash code settings for multiple visual range performance
- Full monitor and control capability
- SignalView™ program to set user options
- Approved by USCG for class A, B, and C offshore structures
- A constant current power source provides the maximum lifetime of LEDs
- Temperature-compensated LED drive circuits ensure uniform brightness with ambient temperature change
- Hard Wire Synchronization
- Proven Long Term Reliability
Nova-65 HI Tideland Specification
|Input Voltage – General Marine Use (GMU)||9 to 36VDC|
|Input Voltage – Hazardous Area||9.5 to 32VDC|
|Power Consumption – Nova-65||Variable up to 10W|
|Power Setting||Field selectable|
|Operating Temperature for GMU & NEC Class 1 Division 2||-40° C to +70° C|
|Storage Temperature||-40° C to +70° C|
|Vertical Divergences – GMU & NEC Class 1 Division 2||3° degrees, white|
|Quiescent Current – Light Only||<2mA|
|Quiescent Current – With GPS||<3mA|
|Flash Codes||Up to 256 codes, ﬁeld selectable or via communication links|
|Synchronization – GMU & NEC Class 1 Division 2||GPS or hard wire options|
|Monitor and Control||Capable|
|Visibility||360° horizon (omnidirectional)|
|Physical Measurements Base Mounting
|230mm (9.1in) maximum diameter 195mm (7.7in)
Polycarbonate 1.8kg (4.0lbs) Aluminum 3.0kg (6.6lbs)
|IP-Rating – GMU & NEC Class 1 Division 2||IP66 / IP 68|
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change.
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