Signalight obstruction systems are highly efficient and extremely durable, even in tough climate conditions. They provide useful customization options, allow different ways of configuration and can be powered from the electrical grid, via battery or with solar power.
Independent solutions are simple, with no wiring required from each lamp to the controller. The lamps are powered from a local power supply, have a built-in twilight sensor, and are pre-wired with 2 m of cable for connection in the existing connection box.
If the lamps are flashing and these flashes need to be synchronized, we can incorporate a GPS module in the lamp to achieve synchronization. The downside is that these lamps are a bit more expensive than lamps that work in a controller-based system, but overall, independent lamp systems are cheaper. Possible errors cannot be reported.
Optionally, the lamps can be equipped with battery modules, to work even in the absence of the primary energy source. The batteries are dimensioned according to the desired autonomy.
In this type of system, the lamps are powered and controlled by the controller. In this case, both the twilight sensor and the flashing module are in the controller.
The controllers are always customized according to the system and can be equipped with an alarm and/or a redundancy system. The number of alarm/redundancy modules depends on how many lamps are in the system and how many lamps will be monitored. The disadvantage of such a system is that it requires long cables, from each lamp to the controller, to compensate for cable losses.
These systems are customized, the panels and batteries are dimensioned according to the number of lamps in the system, the desired autonomy, and the latitude at which the system works. Power supply systems can be created for a single lamp or for the entire beacon system.