Up to 16,000 lumen lamp and 32,000 lumen strobe
Serial RS232, 485
and Strobe Enable
The Aquorea™ LED is a hybrid strobe/lamp that integrates with SubC cameras. It synchronizes the camera exposure time with its activation time while strobing, freezing the stills taken so that objects photographed can be captured
in highest detail. The built-in charge control allows strobing while limiting the current draw
from the system’s power supply.
The Aquorea™ can also operate as a stand-alone product with serial control.
180 lumen/watt at
15 ℃ water
-10 ℃ to 20 ℃ (in water)
The Aquorea LED is a high-efficiency, TTL synchronized LED module that operates as both a lamp and a strobe. It is addressable over RS485 multidrop and has been designed to enable shutter speeds down to 1/8000sec and lower.
The lamp and strobe can also operate together simultaneously. When taking a photo, the LEDs activation time is tightly synchronized with the camera sensor exposure time (within 250 nanoseconds) to ensure video stream is uninterrupted while collecting photos.
Red LED was designed for marine research and as a reduced luminous intensity output compared to white light.
It has a wavelength of 734 nm.
Its main advantage lies in the fact that most deep-sea creatures are unable to see in the red spectrum.
The wavelength of light used allows researchers to observe biota in their natural environment without disturbing
themas they lack red cones in their eyes.
The Deep-Blue LED has a wavelength of 457nm. It was designed for underwater
bio-florescence and leak detection.
When sunlight filters through ice, the water underneath appears green. The Ice-Green LED provides similar wavelengths of filtered sunlight, offering the ability to observe species that are under the ice.