Helipad Landing Lights For Marine Application, an industry leader in helipad lighting systems, Flash Technology’s helipad lights have demonstrated they will operate reliably in even the harshest environmental conditions.
- Solar portable helipad landing lights are self-contained, easy to install and require virtually no maintenance for an average of 7 years.
- Transmitting the Morse code for H, the heliport beacon offers 3 intensities for day, twilight and night operations.
- Solar heliport taxiway edge lights are powered by high-performance batteries with a lifetime of over 2,500 cycles.
- Helicopter approach path indicators (HAPIs) provide a safe, accurate glide slope to the landing zone for pilots.
- The solar wind cone is available in 3 sizes to meet FAA and ICAO airport and helipad windsocks.
- Wirelessly control solar airfield and approach products with our ARCAL digital radio and Handheld Controller.
A650 Blue Taxiway Edge Lights
Available in several colors, including blue, A650 solar taxiway edge lights meet FAA and ICAO requirements for L-861T taxiway lighting. A650 offers a lower cost than traditional airport lighting with no sacrifice in quality, durability or service.
Powered by high-endurance batteries designed for aerospace with a lifetime of over 2500 cycles, the A650 is built to last for over 20 years with no maintenance for 7 years on average.
- Taxiway edge and apron lighting
- Construction, fence, and barricade lights
- Temporary or permanent markings
- Helipad lighting
- Hazard marker light
COMPLIANT WITH INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING STANDARDS
- FAA L-861T taxiway light
- ICAO Annex 14 6th edition taxiway light
EASY INSTALLATION AND RELOCATION
No specialized work crew is required. Lights are immediately operational with limited air traffic disruption. The A650 can be quickly relocated for temporary or emergency applications.
SELF-CONTAINED AND LOW MAINTENANCE
All components are incorporated within a compact, stand-alone unit. The A650 features a replaceable battery pack that extends the service life beyond 5 years, reducing the total cost of ownership and resulting in significant cost savings.
Energy Management System (EMS) monitors and adapts the brightness to environmental conditions for consistent operation and long life under the toughest conditions.
DESIGNED AND TESTED TO TOUGH INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS
- MIL-STD-202G: Humidity, Immersion, Vibration, Shock
- MIL-STD-810G: Solar Radiation, Salt Fog
- EN 60945: ESD, EMI, EMC; IP68; L70
- The A650 is acceptable for barricade and construction applications at Commercial Part 139 Airports under FAA Advisory Circular AC 150/5370-2E.
- Meets “Buy American” requirements.
Easy configuration and programming options include an onboard user interface, an infrared remote, and device manager software through a USB connection or an optional wireless control system offering secure 900 MHz.
Helicopter landing pad lights required by the FAA include final approach and take-off (FATO) lights, touchdown and lift-off area (TLOF) lights, and landing direction lights.
Additional helipad lights may be required or recommended based on a site’s aeronautical study :
- Flight path alignment lights mark the direction of approach and/or departure flight paths.
- Helicopter approach path indicator (HAPI) lights may be used to provide glideslope guidance to pilots.
- A helicopter windsock indicates wind direction and speed. If the helipad will serve nighttime flights, the winding cone must be lit.
- A heliport beacon may help pilots visually identify the helipad.
- Helipad taxiway centerline (bidirectional green) and taxiway edge lights (omnidirectional blue) may improve taxiway taxi route visibility.
- Red obstruction lights to mark any obstacles near the helipad or its approach and departure path.
- A helicopter approach lighting system (HALS) bearing a distinct design ensures the heliport is not mistaken for an airport approach lighting system and runway.
The FAA treats hospital heliports differently, to ensure the design accommodates air ambulance operations, medical personnel, and their equipment. The standard “H” mark differs for hospital heliports. For hospitals, the H is red on a white cross. For continuity and safety, general aviation standards may be applied to hospital helipads.
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