Production and supply of marine buoys

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  • Light Buoys Catalogue

    Spar buoy 160 Series Spar buoy 160/2
    Spar buoy 160/4 Spar buoy 160/4
    Sea buoy 225/6 nonlight  Nonlight buoy 225/6
    Sea buoy 300 Series Nonlight buoy 300/4 Spar buoy 350/6
    Sea buoy 400 series Light buoy 400/6 Nonlight buoy 400/6 Light buoy 400/7 Nonlight bouy 400/7
    buoy Sea buoy 500/5 Technical overview  
    Sea buoys 700/6 Light buoy 700/6 Nonlight buoy 700/6
    Channel buoy Technical overview
    Channel light buoy Technical overview
    Sea buoy 1000 Technical overview
    Sea buoy 400 Technical overview
    Installation manual Forankring
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  • FSN-03MR-ST

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-ST) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation sign in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-SK

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-SK) (for marine and riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation sign in the seas, rivers, canals, fairways, rivers, reservoirs and lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-S

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-S) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on leading line navigation signs to indicate ship routeing in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-MK

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-МК) (for marine and riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation signs in the seas, rivers, canals, fairways, rivers, reservoirs and lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-M

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-M) (for marine and riverine), installed on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for indications and designations of the fairways at the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes and for fencing of separate navigational hazards. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-D

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-D) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation signs to indicate ships routeing in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-B’

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-B') (for marine and riverine) without remote controlling (monitoring) system, installed on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for indications of navigational hazards and designation of ship routeing at sea channels, and anchorage places at the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-B

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-B) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for designation of navigational hazards, indication of ship routeing, sea channels and anchoring places at seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • Monitoring

    LightHouse Control is a multifunctional software product developed to monitor the condition (appropriate for  lighthouse lanterns) and location (appropriate for floating buoys and their lanterns) of navigational equipment. LightHouse Control consists of:
    • Electronic mapping system;
    • Real-time GSM module operation and low-orbit satellite communication systems NKCC and УКВ;
    • GPS modul (accuracy range up to 5 meters);
    • Tools for working with database of messages outcoming from sensors or lanterns СНО;
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    When connected together these components create a system of distant monitoring, which processes the following data and forwards it to the main control room.
    • Technical condition of the lantern;
    • Power supply status (an alarm will be activated in case the power supply drops more than 30% or if it falls below the assigned critical level);
    • Communication module status, time of the last communication session;
    • Information from additional sensors (impact sensor comes as standard equipment);
    • Coordinates of the current location and distance from the initially assigned location;
    • Allows viewing of previous data based on selected parameters and time period.
      LightHouse Control allows the user to form and configure user-defined chart collections, to create customized layers on the charts, to adjust the frequency of positioning check (by default this information is updated every 30 minutes), to set the radius of marginal drift from the original location, to forward messages from the navigational objects via SMS or E-mail. Screen_shot_2011-01-04_at_15.04.34
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