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Legacy L-810 Ground Mounted Obstruction Light

Discontinued

Product discontinued effective 12/2020.

  • High-visibility yellow cast aluminum body suitable for the harshest environments
  • Low profile lens in green and clear only
  • High tempered glass lens for high visibility and safer operations
  • Pre-wired for quick and easy installations
  • Degree of protection IP66

Product Details

Obstruction lights are an important safety feature of any helipad. They are used to mark and illuminate any type of obstruction in and around the FATO and TLOF. They also help the pilot locate the pad obstructions from a safe distance and safely land during night operations and inclement weather conditions. The pole mounted obstruction lights have a 1" NPT female hub for easy universal attachment.

Standards & Certifications

  • Conforms to: UL 50E, UL1598
  • Certified to: CSA C22.2 #250.0, CSA C22.2 #94
  • Reference Guides: UK 1264, API, CAP 437, ICAO Annex 14, FAA 87, CAA

Electrical characteristics:

Operating voltage: AC: 120V-277V, 50/60Hz
DC: 12V-24V, 50/60Hz
Operating temperature: -13F to 122F (-25C to +50C)
Max power consumption (AC): 6 watts, .2 amps @ 120V
6 watts, .1 amps @ 277V
350mA constant current supply
Max power consumption (DC): 6 watts @ 12V
6 watts @ 24V
Operating LED Lifespan Rated at 50,000+ hours
Light Source Omni-directional LED Lamp
3x Osram OSLONTM SSL 150O LEDs
Average power consumption 3.5W
2"(50mm) diameter aluminum circuit
RoHS and 94VO compliant

Physical characteristics:

Light Fixture
Dimensions
Height 4 1/6 inches (103.77mm)
Outside Diameter 3 7/8 inches (98.43mm)
Mounting Bolt Circle 5 1/2 inch (138.05mm)
Materials
Lens Tempered Glass
Casting 356 T6 Aluminum Alloy
Powder Coat SW NL YELLOW PYS8-C8289

NVG characteristics (700 and 900 series):

Light Source 2 IR LEDs (850nm)
5.5W power consumption (@350mA)

All machining on the aluminum casting is done in house by FEC Heliports

Shipping weight: 3lbs.

Intertek ETL Listed
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