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AV-C310 & AV-C410 Solar Obstruction Lights

The AV-C310 and AV-C410 models are completely self-contained solar powered ICAO Type A Low Intensity Obstruction Lights.

The AV-C310 model has four 3 watt (12watt total) premium-grade solar modules integrated into the solar chassis, and mounted to collect sunlight at all angles. The AV-C410 model has four larger 5watt panels (20 watt total) for use in areas of lower sunlight to maximise solar collection.

The solar array charges an internal battery during daylight hours, and at dusk the light will automatically begin operation.

The rugged design of this self-contained light ensures up to 12 years of reliable service with minimal ongoing maintenance. Specifically designed for the harshest of environments, this light features a 7-stage, powder-coated aluminium top, base and internal chassis in high visibility colors for daytime recognition. The rubber, extruded corners provide additional impact resistance.

The advanced light optic uses a single power LED. The tough polycarbonate aviation lens is specifically designed for use with LEDs to maximize light intensity and uniformity. The light optic is interchangeable between units, and can be replaced onsite in the unlikely event of damage.

These models can be fitted with an optional, external ON/OFF switch; this means, when in position, the light can be turned on with the flick of a switch. The light can also be fitted with an optional external charging port for charging the battery while it is stored for extended periods.

The unit can be supplied in varying color outputs to suit other applications including runway edge lighting. For military applications the unit is also available in infrared (IR).

The GPS option enables an internal synchronisation system that can be incorporated into the lights. Using overhead satellites, multiple obstruction lights set to the same flash pattern will flash in unison.

Compliance

  • Low Intensity Type A Obstruction Light, ICAO Annex 14 Volume 1, ‘Aerodrome Design and Operations’, Forth edition July 2004, table 6.3
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