09.03.2003 12:00 PM
Dialight unveils low-profile LED flashing red beacon

Dialight has introduced the low-profile L864 series LED-based flashing red beacon for marking obstacles that pose hazards to aircraft navigation.

Measuring just 19.89 inches (517.7 mm) in height, the new light is ETL certified to FAA AC NO: (150/5345-43E) and compliant with Canadian Aviation Regulation (CAR 621.19) and ICAO (Annex 14, July 1990).

Designed to replace 300 mm incandescent obstruction lighting fixtures, the L864 mounts onto standard bolt patterns, interfacing easily into existing or new installations. The L864 flashing red beacon incorporates state-of-the-art, high-flux LEDs that use 90 percent less energy and last years longer than incandescent lights. It dissipates heat for optimum LED performance, and a unique lens design provides 360-degree visibility. The new light can be operated in flashing or steady-state mode and creates no troublesome EMI/RFI.

For more information, please visit: www.dialight.com.

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