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Oxley Group Stand: Make UK Defence Pavillion, 79

The Oxley Searchlight is a high intensity LED unit fitted with handles and a clamping system to allow 360 degree rotation. The light can be mounted on a tripod and is suitable for vehicle use, alternatively tripod feet allow for deployment off the vehicle. This is a lightweight solution at just 2.2kg (tripod additional 3.5kg), the light offers a peak Intensity of 325,000cd with a power consumption of just 115W at supply voltage of 18-32.2V DC. Qualified IAW MIL-STD810F and RCTA DO-160F, the light is specifically designed for harsh environments with excellent resistance to shock and vibration and has an MTBF in excess of 50,000 hours.


  • Engineering | Design | Manufacturing
  • Government | Military
  • Night vision | Optics | Optronics
  • Vehicles



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