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Oxley Group Ltd

NVG Compatible Lighting and Advanced LED Lighting Systems

Oxley specialise in the design and development of NVG compatible lighting and advanced LED lighting systems for military land, sea and air platforms worldwide. With a wealth of experience in providing quality solutions, Oxley innovative products are well regarded for their robust, reliable and high specification characteristics that are designed to meet the harshest operating environments.

Product ranges cover area lighting for military shelters and field hospitals; IR vehicle lighting; external aircraft lighting and cockpit upgrades; internal and external naval lighting for ships and submarines. Robust products designed and manufactured to operate in harsh military environments and meet exacting standards, Oxley lighting systems are proven in service on defence platforms across the world.

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NVG Compatible Lighting and Advanced LED Lighting Systems - 07/12/2017

The Queen commissions HMS Queen Elizabeth, fitted with Oxley LED Navigation Lights

The Queen will be guest of honour at the commissioning of the UK's new aircraft carrier - HMS Queen Elizabeth today in Portsmouth. 

The HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest engineering project ever undertaken by the UK military and Oxley is very proud to have supplied a full suite of LED navigation and signal lights for both this carrier and the second planned vessel for the Royal Navy.  

The suite of lights was designed and manufactured at the Oxley facility in Ulverston Cumbria. The LED lights utilise the latest technology; they are rugged and sealed to IP67, they incorporate a built in health check system to enable the bridge team on the vessel to identify if a light is non-operational.  

The suite is composed of a full set of wheel marked navigation lights, meeting COLREGs and suitable for any vessels over 50 metres in length. All variants are NVG friendly and therefore suitable for use with aircraft flying on night vision goggles. 

Ten thousand workers at six different shipyards have been involved in the carrier's construction. The vessel boasts 33-ton propellers twice the size of a double decker bus and a four acre deck.

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