Elevated TLOF lights – the best fit for the heliports

The Heliport Elevated TLOF lights are steady omnidirectional green lights designed for marking the Touchdown and Lift-Off (TLOF) area of the heliport. They can be also used on elevated heliports with limited space available, where FATO and TLOF areas could be the same, so only TLOF lights are proper to be installed. TLOF elevated lights […]

The Heliport Elevated TLOF lights are steady omnidirectional green lights designed for marking the Touchdown and Lift-Off (TLOF) area of the heliport.
They can be also used on elevated heliports with limited space available, where FATO and TLOF areas could be the same, so only TLOF lights are proper to be installed.
TLOF elevated lights from Signalight are functional in working environments from -50 to + 50 °C. Using LED lights, the expected lifetime is more than 100000 working hours.
Lightweight, low-energy and environment friendly lighting fittings are useful add-ons on these reliable heliport lights.

Compliance with aviation standards and regulations

Signalight lighting products comply with international aviation standards – ICAO, FAA.
Ensuring effective implementation of ICAO and FAA standards leads to safer and more secured air transport, the illuminating products playing an important role.
All our products are tested and certified so that at the client always arrive the compliant products, ready to be implemented.

For more details, get in touch with us.

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