Medium Intensity White/Red Obstruction Light – ICAO Type A + Type C
Dual mode medium intensity white flashing/red steady obstruction light for day/night time marking of structures that present a hazard to aviation: flare stacks, chimneys, off-shore platforms. Meet explosion proof requirements.
|Light Type:||Medium-Intensity, Type A + Type C|
|Typical use:||Day and Night time|
|Type of beacon:||Flashing (day) / Steady (night)|
|Colour:||White day mode / red night mode according to CIE Chromaticity Boundary|
|Light Intensity:||20 000 cd (day) / 2000 cd (night)|
|Flashing rate:||Day mode 20 fpm (flash per minutes) factory fixed|
|Material of the body:||Die cast aluminum alloy copper free|
|Material of the transparent cap:||Glass|
|Input voltage:||110 – 230 Vac (50-60 Hz)|
|Average power consumption:||55 watt (day) @ 20fpm 𝜏 = 500 ms|
|Peak power consumption:||320 watt (day) / 48 watt (night)|
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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 temperature range: -20 C° to +55 C°
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