Arctic Rays

Arctic Rays

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Arctic Rays is a specialist in the design and manufacture of deep sea lighting and imaging products for use on AUVs, but also prove ideal for manned vehicles and other underwater, surface vehicles or platforms. Our designs feature the smallest possible size and lowest power consumption available.

Products

  • Dragonfish Strobe

    Patented, ultra-compact 30,000 lumen LED strobe for still photography on AUVs, ROVs, and HOVs down to 6000m.

  • Dragonfish Torch

    Extremely compact, high output 10,000 lumen continuous, dimmable torch light for professional HOV, ROV and AUV imaging applications down to 6000m.

  • Remora Strobe

    Extremely compact 30,000 lumen LED imaging strobe for small diameter AUVs.

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Contacts

  • Contact Information

    Arctic Rays

    www.arcticrays.com
    382 Chicopee Row Groton MA 01450-1464 United States
    Tel:  +1 5673432374

Categories

  1. Product Categories
    Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUV
    Beacons & Buoys
    Cameras
    Consulting Engineers Offshore
    Digital Video Systems
    Electrical Components
    Lighting
    Optics
    R&D Organisations
    Remote Operated Vehicle - ROVs
    Software & System Engineering
    Submersible Equipment
    Systems Integration
  2. Company Activity
    Contract Services
    Engineering
    Government
    Research & Development
    Software Development
    Sub Contracting
    Subsea Engineering
  3. End-user Sectors
    Academia
    Government
    Marine Science
    Ocean Mining
    Offshore Oil & Gas
  4. Which countries are you looking to trade with in the future?
    Brazil
    China
    Malaysia
    Middle East
    Nigeria
    North Africa
    Singapore
    South Africa
    South Korea
    UAE
  5. Which countries do you currently trade with?
    Australia
    Canada
    Japan
    Scandinavia
    UK
    USA

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