TLOF-E1_22S

Elevated TLOF Heliport Light

Light to define the perimeter of the Touchdown and lift-off area of any kind of heliports: surface-level, elevated and shipboard heliports. Green steady; elevated. Meet explosion proof requirements.

SEGS24HG30_EX - Heliport light TLOF-E1_22S: Single, Explosion proof TLOF - Touchdown and lift-off area lighting system. Elevated light; Green Steady.
Order Code TLOF-E1_22S
Lamp ID:

SEGS24HG30_EX

Light Type: Heliport TLOF
Typical use: Upon request (10%, 30% and 100%)
Light source: LED
Type of beacon: Steady
Colour: Green according to CIE Chromaticity Boundary
Light Intensity: >30 cd (10%, 30% and 100%)
Input voltage: 10 ÷ 60 Vdc
Power consumption: 4 W
Material of the body: Die cast aluminum alloy copper free
Material of the transparent CAP: Borosilicate glass

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KEY FEATURES

  • 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°

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STANDARDS & CERTIFICATIONS

ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization, a specialized agency of the United Nations) ICAO ANNEX 14, Volume II, Touchdown and lift-off area lighting system

APPLICATIONS

  • rooftop heliports

  • surface-level heliports

  • helipads on offshore platforms

  • helidecks on shipboards

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Easy maintenance, in challenging circumstances

Customer: The world’s largest flare manufacturer
Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE
Year: 2009

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