Dialight LED Aviation Obstruction Lighting
The Dialight 860 series is the FAA type L810 red LED obstruction light. Designed for steady burning, this fixture is used to mark any obstacle that may present hazards to aircraft navigation.
The Dialight 860 Series Multi-Purpose LED Light fulfills the needs of engineers and architects requiring a rugged, weather-proof fixture in color alternatives to the standard red obstruction lights. Available in green, yellow, blue and white, these fixtures are equally at home in an office building, on the Arctic Tundra, or a sailboat. Truly the LED solution to your lighting challenges.
The Dialight D464 Series LED based medium intensity red beacon utilizes state-of-the-art optical design to achieve the most compact, efficient, FAA compliant L864 device in the market. While it readily interfaces into existing installations, its robust, low power design will provide years of maintenance free service.
The all LED Dialight Medium Intensity White Strobe is designed for the lighting of radio towers, wind generators and other obstructions to aerial navigation, as specified by the FAA and FCC. The L865 uses LED technology for light output from White Strobe. Unlike conventional Xenon flashtube technology, little or no maintenance is required during its lifetime. Working voltages of less than 200VDC are significantly less than those of Xenon flashtube designs; therefore, this system represents an advance in safety. The Dialight L865 LED beacon operates from a 100/230VAC 50/60 Hz supply. The power supply / control box can be located up to 550 ft away from the light engine, such as at the base of the tower.
The Dialight RTO Series obstruction light utilizes a unique optical, electrical and mechanical design . The RTO series is the most universal, compact and efficient obstruction light in the world. ETL Certified to the FAA requirements the RTO series fixture is also ICAO and Transport Canada compliant. Also available as a single fixture for direct replacement of incandescent lamp/lens technology.