AL-HP-I Inset Touchdown landing light

Heliport Elevated light should not exceed a height of 25cm.
There is a fragile coupling in the base connection, so if aircraft hit the light by accident, the base will break immediately to avoid more damage.


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  1. LED as light source saving power consumption and maintenance, 95% less power than equivalent incandescent light
  2. Power supply available in AC(110-240VAC), DC48V


  1. Pressure resistance lens allowed the vehicles go through on light
  2. Die-casting aluminum covered by black hard anodizing layer have good corrosion protection and load bearing
  3. IP68 waterproof ensure light work fine underground


  1. Infrared LED for pilot using NVG(Night Vision Goggles)
  2. Controller for power supplying and turn ON/OFF light
  3. VHF pilot to ground remote control
  4. Marine treated
  1. Helipad/Heliport TLOF areas (TLOF perimeter lights shall be placed along the edge of the area designated for use as the TLOF or within a distance of 1.5m from the edge.)
  2. Heliport FATO areas (FATO lights shall be placed along the edges of the perimeter) (
  3. Helipad Runway
  4. Helipad taxiway
  5. Runway Edge
  1. ICAO Annex 14 Volume ǁ Heliports 5.3. (
  2. FAA AC 150/5390-2B Heliport Design Guide (

For more details on regulations -

Summary of regulations on TLOFs.

9.2 Touchdown and lift-off area (TLOF) lighting system

9.2.1 A TLOF lighting system shall be provided at a heliport intended for use at night.

9.2.2 The TLOF lighting system for –

(a) a surface-level heliport shall consist of one or more of the following:

(i) perimeter lights; and

(ii) floodlighting;

(b) an elevated heliport shall consist of:

(i) perimeter lights; and

(ii) floodlighting to identify the touchdown marking where it is provided to illuminate the TLOF.

9.2.3 Location. TLOF perimeter lights shall be placed along the edge of the area designated for use as the TLOF or within a distance of 1.5m from the edge.

9.2.4 Where the TLOF is a circle the lights shall be:

(a) located on straight lines in a pattern which will provide information to pilots on drift displacement; and

(b) where paragraph (a) is not practicable, evenly spaced around the perimeter of the TLOF at the appropriate interval, except that over a sector of 45 degrees the lights shall be spaced at half spacing.

9.2.5 TLOF perimeter lights shall be uniformly spaced at intervals of not less than 3m for elevated heliports and not less than 5m for surface level heliports.

9.2.6 TLOF perimeter lights shall be fixed omnidirectional lights showing green.

9.2.7 There shall be a minimum number of four lights on each side including a light at each corner. Define a circular TLOF using an even number of lights, with a minimum of fourteen uniformly spaced lights.

9.2.8 The TLOF perimeter lights shall be installed at an elevated heliport such that the pattern cannot be seen by the pilot from below the elevation of the TLOF.

9.2.9 Additionally, TLOF floodlights shall be located so as to avoid glare to pilots in flight or to personnel working on the area. The arrangement and aiming of floodlights shall be such that shadows are kept to a minimum.

9.2.10 The average horizontal luminescence of the floodlighting shall be at least 10 lux, with a uniformity ratio (average to minimum) of not more than 8:1 measured on the surface of the TLOF.


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