Displacing Darkness: Lights in the Deep Sea
Our line of underwater lights are used around the world by the most demanding end users in the earth's most extreme environments, including hot water hydrothermal vents, high pressure ocean trenches, radioactive nuclear storage facilities, and biohazardous sewage treatment plants.
Advances in High Brightness Light Emitting Diodes in Underwater Applications
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) continue to make headway in the undersea world as efficient and durable light sources. Undersea lighting designers continue to follow the rapid development of LEDs for general commercial illumination.
Application of High Power Light Emitting Diodes for Submerged Illumination
High Brightness Light Emitting Diodes (HB-LEDs) are a reliable, efficient, compact, and robust light source for underwater applications including diver, ROV, AUV, free vehicle, and manned submersible platforms.
Underwater Applications of High Power Light-Emitting Diodes
Solid-state Lighting Comes of Age in the Deep Sea as High-Power LEDs Debut on dives by the submersible Alvin.
High Brightness Light Emitting Diodes for Ocean Applications
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are emerging in the undersea world as a reliable, efficient light source capable of narrow or wide chromatic bandwidth.
Return to the Titanic: The Third Manned Mission
HMI lights, used to illuminate the Titanic in this 1991 expedition, are compact high efficient light sources that produce a near-daylight spectrum that penetrates much further in seawater than conventional lights.
Multiray™ LED SeaLite®: Do More, See More
The Multiray LED SeaLite lets you do more and see more: two colors and beam patterns operated independently or together in one light.
Quiescent Imaging for Deep-Sea Science: Advances in Technology and Productivity
As seen in the August 2019 issue of Ocean News & Technology.