Low Intensity Obstruction Lights

Obstruction lights for aerial obstacles below 45 m. For this type of obstacles, low intensity obstruction lights are the right solution to ensure a proper visibility.

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Low Intensity Obstruction Lights

Where do we need low intensity lights?

Low intensity obstruction lights type A is used in locations where the surrounding lights are low, usually outside the cities. In the cities usually type B is used. The same type B can be used in more complex systems, together with medium intensity obstruction lights on taller structures.

What type of low intensity obstruction lights do we manufacture?

  • Low-Intensity Obstruction Lights are manufactured in two models, type A and B, 10 or 32 cd, These lights are omnidirectional RED, steady, and made with LEDs.
  • there are also double or also called twin omnidirectional lights type A/A and also type B/B

The lights can be simple, with one optical assemble into lights or double lights, with two optical assembling into a light body. The double obstruction light si used when redundancy is needed. In this case, one LED is working all the time and the second one is kept as spare and it turns ON when the first LED fails. This function is automatically using a simple controller. At the same time, when the second LED is turned ON, a relay triggers an alarm so the user knows there is a problem in the obstruction lighting system.

We manufacture obstruction lights according to ICAO regulations.

What options do we offer for low intensity obstruction lights?

  • internal light sensor
  • different power inputs
  • IR infrared
  • radio control
  • failure monitor
  • redundancy
  • dual power
  • internal UPS

The power input can be in 230 VAC from the mains or in low voltage, 12, 24, or 48 VDC. Optional, we can manufacture solar power supply systems so the lights will be autonomous.

The material used is aluminum for the body, polycarbonate for the disperser, and stainless steel for the fixing elements.

The fixing system can be made on any vertical pole of a maximum 80 mm diameter.