Notice Phare 30_50W vir.qxd

Notice Phare 30_50W vir.qxd
PHARE 30/50W Ni-MH
Ni-MH LIGHT 30/50W / SCHEINWERFER 30/50W Ni-MH
FARO 30/50W Ni-MH
Réf. 342 129
ED. 10/2005
Charger
Bulb
Câble of charge
Switch
Handle
Réflector
Index
General presentation
20
Technical description
20
Use
22
Charging
23
Discharge
26
Bulb replacement
28
Maintenance
29
Storage / After sale service / Warranty
30
18 > User guide / Presentation
General presentation
The “Light Beuchat 30-50 W” has been developed and
made with the most sophisticated techniques and materials for use in all diving circumstances and conditions to
guarantee maximum batteries life.
Quick charge
Magnetic switch
Charge control
Switch on security
Technical description
The “Light Beuchat 30-50 W” is composed of :
• a body cavity which contains the batteries and the electronic control system,
• A rear flange on which there is the ON-OFF button and
the light indicator for the discharge state of the batteries,
• A reflector which can be taken off at the front.
• The body part and the rear flange, represent a steady
block, which cannot be disassembled by the user (see
warranty).
• The reflector, screwed at the front, allows the access to
the charge jack and bulb.
The front rubber cover prevents any shocks which can
damage the metal, brake the glass to prevent water leakage.
A designed handle allows very easy carrying and use in
any circumstance.
Accessory (optional) :
- Neopren cover
Réf : 42 198
Technical description / User guide > 19
Main-body : Anodized aluminium structure.
Reflector : Anodized aluminium multifaceted.
Lens : Toughened glass with thermic quality.
Light with 30 W bulb
Bulb : High luminosity 30 W Halogen G. 6,35.
Ref : 42305
Color Temperature : 3200°K
Luminous flow : 750 lumens
Range of utilization : 30 W / 1H 40mn.
Rear block : Polycarbonate / PA composite.
Batteries voltage : 12 Volts.
Light with 50 W bulb
Bulb : High luminosity HLX 50 W Halogen G. 6,35.
Ref : 42107
Color Temperature : 3300°K
Luminous flow : 1600 lumens
Range of utilization : 50 W / 60 mn.
Batteries capacity : 4,3 Ah.
Charging time : 3 hours.
External diameter of the main-body part : 80 mm (3.15‘‘).
Specific charger Ni-MH : 115 / 230 Volts : Ref.42199
Maximum depth : 100 meters (330 feet).
Batteries : Ni-MH.
Total length :185 mm (7.28‘‘).
Weight : Approx 1.750 grams (3 pounds and 14 Oz)
20 > User guide / Use
Use
To turn on and turn off, use the rotating switch placed on
the rear flange.
This rotating switch works on a magnetic system placed
inside the main-body, without soaking through the case,
providing for complete life time waterproof seal.
The turn on/off is secured by a safety slidding lock button.
Before operating or before the dive, slide the safety button to the left.
To turn on the Light, turn the button to the right “PowerON”.
To turn off the Light, turn the button to the left “Charge
- OFF”.
Lock button
After the dive and during any transportation or storage don’t forget to lock the rotating switch.
Before any immersion, verify that the port-hole is correctly screwed on the light (until contact between the main
body and the reflector). Tightening must be firm but
without excess.
On/Off button
Red indicator
of discharge
Charging / User guide > 21
Charging
Mains plug
Red indicator
”Power supply”
Orange
indicator”Charge”
Technical features of the fast battery charger / automatic.
The battery charger is specifically designed for the
“Beuchat 30 - 50 W Ni-MH Light”.
Specific features allow the Light charger to obtain best
performances with maximum safety.
The charger : 115 / 230 Volts : Ref.42199
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Ensures a fast charge within 3 hours.
Tests the state of the battery before charging.
Stops the charge automatically.
When charging is full, charger cuts off
automatically without damaging the battery.
• Equipped with a bi-voltage 115/230 V.
• Protected by an automatic rearm cutout.
• Ensures a partial recharging without a complete discharging which improves the batteries life.
Charge plug
22 > User guide / Charging
Power selector
CAUTION :
Before using the power, check the “voltage” position 115 V / 230 V , according to supply voltage.
The use of this charger is limited (see waranty) to the
connection on power supply with the specifications as
below :
Type : Sinusoïdal alternative
Voltage : 115 V or 230 V
Frequency : 60 Hz or 50 Hz
5 23
11 0
Charging / User guide > 23
How to proceed the charging of Light
1 Check for proper position of the button
“Charge - OFF”.
2 Open the Light by unscrewing the reflector.
3 Connect the charger plug with the “charge” outlet placed beside the bulb.
4 Plug the charger plug.
The red indicator “power supply” (~) is on.
The orange indicator “charge” is on.
5 When the orange indicator is flashing, the charging is
complete.At this time, the charger goes into maintenance charge mode.
24 > User guide / Discharge
In order to have the best life duration of the batteries, do
not proceed to any charge if the temperature of the light
is over 30°C (88 °F) or lower 10°C (36°F).
The charger must be put on a flat surface.
If the room temperature is over 86˚F, ensure a proper ventilation to avoid partial charging (automatic cut-off)
In case of over-heating (e.i. an unventilated area ) to prevent damage to the unit, the automatic cutout of the
charger will disconnect and the red indicator will be off.
At this time, it is necessary to unplug and allow the charger to cool for half hour minimum.
If the batteries are in short-circuit, the orange indicator
will not be on.
CAUTION :
The charging of the Light must be done in a shaded,
clean and well-ventilated area.
To charge the Beuchat Light 30-50W, use only the
specific charger Ref.42199.
Do not use this charger to charge any other light.
Discharge
The life of the “Light Beuchat 30-50 W” is based on the function of the bulb used (see technical features).
We recommend to use only the bulbs supplied by Beuchat or
equivalent to reach the optimal performances of the Light.
Bulb “High efficiency” (55 W) : 50 W Ref. : 42107
Standart bulb :
30 W Ref. : 42305
Light 30 / 50 Watts : Use only G.6,35 base lamp and
50W maximum power bulb.
Discharge / User guide > 25
During diving :
When the red indicator, placed at the rear, begins to flash
the light is ending and the internal electronic protective
circuit shuts off automatically the light to prevent any
damage to the batteries. It is recommended to turn the
light off immediately in order to preserve the batteries.
It is possible, after this event, to turn on the light intermittently during a few seconds.
CAUTION :
An electronic control system avoids total discharge;
however, when the red indicator is flashing it is not
recommended to activate too often the light before
a new charge.
Red indicator of
discharge
26 > User guide / Bulb replacement
Control before diving :
The reflector must be completely secured (without excessive screwing).
The safety button must be on its locked position (left).
Turning on the Light a few seconds, the red indicator
must be off.
CAUTION :
The use of the guard on the block reflectors masks
threading, it is thus imperative to precisely control
the tightening of the port-hole before dive. Remove
protection, for a visual control or to make screwing
"with the contact", metal on metal, then unscrew of
a few millimetres to release threading.
Light 30 / 50 Watts. Do not turn-on the light for
more than 2 minutes when out of water with a 50
W bulb.
Bulb replacement
How to proceed with the replacement of the bulb :
1 Make sure the rotating switch is in the off position
“Charge - OFF”.
2 Unscrew the reflector.
3 Take the bulb with a clean cloth and remove it.
Caution : Don’t force the bulb sideways to avoid
breaking the broaches in the glass.
4 Take the new bulb (with a dry and clean cloth) and
insert vertically in its support until it stops.
5 Screw on the reflector checking the lubrication and
cleanness of the O’ring.
6 Try the new bulb by turning on the Light a few seconds
(10 seconds maximum).The bulb must remain clear.
Maintenance / User guide > 27
CAUTION :
Do not touch the bulb with fingers. If so, clean it
with a an alcohol soaked cloth and allow it to evaporate, before trying the bulb.
waterproof
Maintenance
After each dive, rinse the Light with fresh water and clean
it with a soft cloth, before opening to charging.
When season the ends, submerge the Light in a fresh
water container for a few hours then clean it and let it dry
completely before storing.
Remove the principal O’ring of the reflector with caution
(do not use a metal tool), clean it, check it and lubricate
without excess (silicone lubrication)
as well as the threading and the span on the Light body,
before replacing and storing the Light.
Use only an o’ring with the same specifications
(Ref.42294) and in good condition ; Replace O’ring
annually.
CAUTION :
The waterproof of the Light is insured by the O’ring
Ref.42294 placed on the reflector in contact with the
body part. Keep the O’ring very clean and well lubricated to ensure a waterproofs seal. Warranty will
voided for failure to maintain O’ring.
28 > User guide / Storage / After sales service / Warranty
Storage
The Light must be stored at room temperature.
The Light can be stored at any level of charging.
During the storage, the batteries run down Auto-discharging (20 % per month in summer), so it is better to store
them partially charged.
Don’t leave the light on maintenance charge for a long
time, an overcharge longer than 48 hours on a full charged light is harmful for the life duration of the batteries.
After sales service
Any after-sale return will be performed according to the
warranty specifications.
The shipping shall be done with appropriate packaging
insuring good transportation without damage.
Warranty subject to inspection at the sole discretion of
BEUCHAT Service Departement.
Warranty void if service by an un-authorized BEUCHAT
dealer.
Contact BEUCHAT Dealer or Service Center prior to shipping, to optain a return authorization number.
Warranty
All our products are guaranteed in compliance with current laws in the country of purchase from the date of purchase by the user for non-professional, recreational sporting use. The warranty covers parts recognized as defective by our technical services, and manufacturing and
material defects with the exception of parts worn by use.
The warranty does not cover damages caused by rough
handling, dropping, or incorrect use at the surface or
while diving. The warranty does not cover defects in
appearance or function that are due to normal wear of
the product or to its ageing. The warranty shall not be
valid if the product was not cared for or used as stipulated in the user guide or if the product was opened or
maintenanced by a person lacking adequate technical
training and not using the proper maintenance equipment. The responsibility resulting from the sale of our
products is limited exclusively to the above warranty and
excludes all possibility of recourse to penalties or
damages. To benefit from the present warranty, the product must be returned along with proof of purchase.
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Réf. 43406
IMPRIMÉ EN FRANCE / PRINTED IN FRANCE
BEUCHAT INTERNATIONAL S.A. - 34, Av. Boisbaudran 13015 Marseille - FRANCE
Tél. : +(33) (0)4 91 09 44 60 / Fax : +(33) (0)4 91 60 70 00
e-mail : info@beuchat.fr - Web : www.beuchat.fr
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