01 General description
Combines solar energy and electrical power. Designed to signal meteorological and telecommunication towers, cranes, chimneys, bridges, wind turbines, or any structure up to 45m high, which may represent a risk for aviation, as well as for aerodromes, airports, marinas and ports.
Can be installed as complement 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: Combines solar energy with electrical connection (120-230VAC) and rechargeable batteries (compact equipment).
Operation: Thanks to the combination of solar and electric energy, it has the maximum adaptability for different environments. It works in the absence of solar radiation or electrical connection (see Autonomy).
Indicated for: Complex environments having the risk of electric power cuts and / or long periods without solar radiation. Easy to transport and relocate freely.
Autonomy: In absence of any source of energy and operating 10 hours a day:
In ICAO Type B configuration: 4 nights
Flashing mode: 20 nights
03 Configuration options
Light color: Red, White, Amber, Green, Blue.
Mode: Steady Light, Flashing.
Operation: Night only or 24h “Always on”.
Twilight sensor: Integrated.
Flashing synchronization: Option GPS synchronization.
Fault alarm: Option warning of failure (Dry contact).
Telecommunications: GPRS and RF option.
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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