AH-LS-C1 Solar Rechargeable LED IP68 Marine Lantern
Solar Aviation Light
Aviation Obstruction light
AH-LS/L Low-intensity Solar Powered Aviation Light can be provided with power supply without power transmission cables by solar power, so it is suitable for those locations, Electric Tower, High-rise Building, High Chimney, marking towers (Telecom, GSM, Microwave & TV), High Pole, Tower Crane, Wind Turbine, etc especially which are hard to lay the cable or lack of power supply as well as those facilities which have high requirements on lightning protection.
||ICAO FAA L-810
||Flashing mode or Steady-burning mode
|Service life of LED
||DC3.7V, recyclable batteries with the lightest environmental and long life
||At least 5days (Option 20days)
|Overall Size (mm)
||Φ140 × M6
||Red, Green, Yellow (Amber), Blue or White
||ON/OFF and photocell. Light can work at night automatically by photocell.
AH-LS/L Low-intensity Single Solar Powered Aviation Light has one photocell. It can work alone automatically at night by photocell when ambient brightness is lower than 500cd/m2 and close during the day.
1.International advanced solar panel reaching at least 10 years service life.
2. Comprehensive protection in voltage short, over-voltage, floating charge and temperature.
3.Built-in Solar Panel.
4. Strong corrosion resistance, Rain and Snow, Shock and Vibrations protection and UV protection.
5. International-advanced cold LED with low power consumption, high brightness and service life of light source reaching 100000hours.
6. Clean, renewable, green and reliable energy source.
7. Dusk-to-dawn operation: Built-in photocell inside light can let light work at night and close during the day automatically.
8. At least 5 days autonomy.
9. Recyclable batteries with the lightest environmental.
10. Small volume especially being suitable for Telecom Tower and Electric installation way.
Low-intensity Type A or Type B FAA L-810 Low-intensity Solar-Powered Aviation Light, ICAO Annex 14 Volume 1,'Aerodrome Design and Operations’ Forth edition July 2004,table6.3