01 General description
Electrical beacons designed for signaling meteorological towers, telecommunications, cranes, chimneys, bridges, wind turbines, or any structure up to 45m high, which could represent a risk for aviation, as well as for aerodromes , airports, marinas and ports.
With option “SAI-BACK UP” the light is able to continue working in case of power failure (see autonomy).
Can be installed in a complementary way together with Medium Intensity Type C beacons on obstacles over 104m high.
ICAO STAC certification for low intensity Type B beacons.
- Low intensity <45m
- Intensity 32Cd
Power Source: Electrical.
Operation: Electric beacon 90-264V AC.
SAI-BACK UP option: in case of power failure the beacon continues working for days (see autonomy).
Indicated for: Places where electrical flow is assured. With option SAI-BACK UP, indicated for places where safety is the highest priority, as well as places with risk of power outages or need to locate the beacon temporarily.
Autonomy (standard model): It does not have its own autonomy in case of power failure.
Autonomy with SAI-BACK UP option:
Operating 10 hours per day:
In ICAO Type B configuration: 4 nights
In flashing mode: 20 nights
03 Configuration options
Light color: Red, White, Amber, Green, Blue.
Mode: Steady Light, Flashing.
Operation: 24h, optional night only.
Twilight sensor: Option for night-only operation.
Flashing synchronization: Option GPS synchronization.
Fault alarm: Option with fault alarm (Dry contact).
Telecommunications: GPRS or RF option.
OPTION SAI-BACK UP: Option to integrate in the SAI beacon in case of power cut. Automatic operation Integrated in the beacon (compact equipment).
Mast (40 to 60mm diameter) or wall.
Horizontal support (ground, upper edge of wall, etc ..)
Horizontal structure fixation. (usual for cranes, fences, etc.)
Airfield / airport deflector (45º inclination). Special for runway deflectors in aerodromes and airports).
Cone support for ground fixing. Used in pontoons, aerodromes, mines, etc. It can be fastened to the floor with screws.
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