Low Intensity Red Obstruction Light – ICAO Type B

Double (Main + Stand-By) low intensity red obstruction light with Faraday cage for night time marking of structures such as electricity pylons and high voltage power-lines. Red steady.

Aircraft Warning Light SEGDxxA32_1: Double, Low Intensity Type B
Order Code SEGD12A32_1 SEGD24A32_1 SEGD48A32_1 SEGD23A32_1
Light Type: Low-Intensity, Type B
Typical use: Night time
Light source: LED
Type of beacon: Double (main + stand-by) Steady
Colour: Red according to CIE Chromaticity Boundary
Light Intensity: > 32.5 cd
Material of the body: Glass Reinforced Plastic red body (UL94-HB)
Material of the transparent cap: Polycarbonate (UL94-V2)
Input voltage: 12 Vdc 24 Vdc 48 Vdc 110 – 230 Vac
Power consumption: 5 W 5 W 5 W 5 W

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  • designed and manufactured in Italy
  • extremely low power consumption

  • very high resistance to corrosion

  • very easy installation / plug ‘n’ play connections

  • extremely low wind factor
  • 360° horizontal coverage

  • no maintenance required over service life (up to 100.000 hours)

  • wide range of operating voltage: 12, 24, 48 Vdc and 110-230 Vac

  • wide range of operating temperature range: -40 C° to +55 C°


  • use as a stand-alone light or in a multiple light system with Clampco Sistemi control board
  • Telemetry© remote management (with Clampco Sistemi control board)

  • Faraday Cage


ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization, a specialized agency of the United Nations) ICAO ANNEX 14, Volume I, Chap. 6 Visual aids for denoting obstacles. Type B, Low-Intensity obstacle light.
FAA (Federal Aviation Administration, an agency of the United States Department of Transportation) FAA AC 150/5345-43F Specification for obstruction lighting equipment. Type L-810, Low-Intensity obstacle light.
CAA-CA Civil Aviation Authority none Low-Intensity obstacle light.


  • telecommunication towers

  • transmission towers

  • power line pylons