Elevated FATO Heliport Light
Light to define the edge of the Final approach and take-off area of heliports. White steady; Elevated.
|Light Type:||Heliport FATO|
|Type of beacon:||Steady|
|Colour:||White according to CIE Chromaticity Boundary|
|Light Intensity:||>100 cd (10%, 30% and 100%)|
|Input voltage:||24 Vdc|
|Power consumption:||8 W|
|Material of the body:||GRP yellow body (UL94-HB)|
|Material of the transparent cap:||Polycarbonate CAP (UL94-V2)|
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- designed and manufactured in Italy
extremely low power consumption
very easy installation / plug ‘n’ play connections
360° horizontal coverage
no maintenance required over service life (up to 100.000 hours)
wide range of operating temperature range: -40 C° to +55 C°
use as a stand-alone light or in a multiple light system with control board
remote monitoring and management with the Telemetry© system
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