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Navigation lights are one of the most important safety systems on your boat!

Whether you are operating between sunset and sunrise, or in other times of restricted visibility, such as in fog or rain, you need to display the appropriate navigation lights so that other boats can see you and take the appropriate action to avoid a collision.


  • LED Navigation Light Testing

  • Conventional Bulb Navigation Light

  • Personal Flotation Device (PFD) Lights

  • Strobes, Flashing Lights, Continuous Beam

  • FAA Survivor Locator Lights

  • Chromaticity & Cutoff Angles

  • ABYC operator glare avoidance assessments

  • Blondel-Rey effective candela measurements

  • Flash emission duration assessments

  • Radiometer/photometer corrections to the Human Eye

  • Response (CIE Chromaticity diagram)

  • Disallowed areas

  • Resistance

  • Capacitance

  • Interoperability

  • Compatibility

  • Hemispherical Mapping


  • ABYC A16

  • ABYC C5

  • EN 14744:2005

  • EN 60945

  • IMO Safety of Life At Sea (SOLAS)

  • ISO 19009:2015

  • LSA Code

  • MSA Code

  • UL 1104

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