- CREE ultra high intensity LED as light source saving power
- Power supply available in DC(48V) or AC(110V, 240V)
- Unique design and UV protected polycarbonate lens for converging light and saving LED power
- UV protection Powder coated bright yellow color base make better visibility
- Base material is powder coated die-casting aluminum which has strong corrosion resistance, Shock and Vibrations protection
- Special valve installed beside the base to make sure the air could go through but water is avoid, so that the whole light temperature won’t be high to destroy the light
- Built-in photocell for day/twilight/night operation
- Surge and lightning protection
- Alarm contact for remote monitoring
- Infrared LED for pilot using NVG
- GSM cellphone monitoring
- RS485 communication part for monitoring
- User adjustable flashing rate(40, 50, 60 flashes/minute)
- GPS synchronization
AL-HI-A0 High-intensity light is used on the top of the High-rise Building, High Chimney, marking towers (Telecom, GSM, Microwave & TV), High Pole, Tower Crane, Wind Turbine, etc when the obstacle height is more than 150meter, and most time work with low intensity lights & medium intensity light installed on the lower place.
- ICAO Annex 14 Volume ǁ Heliports 5.3. (https://www.icao.int)
- FAA AC 150/5390-2B Heliport Design Guide (https://www.faa.gov)
For more details on regulations - http://www.caa.co.za
Summary of regulations on Obstruction light.
High Intensity Flashing White Lighting Systems
High intensity lighting systems are more effective than orange/red and white paint under certain ambient light conditions involving the position of the sun relative to the direction of flight and therefore may be recommended instead of marking. When operated 24 hours a day, other methods of marking and lighting may be omitted. High intensity lighting systems are not recommended on structures of 150m AGL or less.
The characteristics of this light comply with Annex 14 chapter 6 table 6-3. Red aeronautical obstacle lights on top of structures that require marking shall be dual units for redundancy purposes unless the system is monitored and failed units can be replaced within one working day.