Have you seen our ICAO LED Obstacle Warning Beacon available with or without InfraRed?

March 29, 2023

This fantastic unit packs a punch! Complies with ICAO Annex 14 Chapter 6 regulations for low intensity Type-B, fixed obstacle lights. Units with the InfraRed option are also compliant with the IR requirements for low intensity obstruction lights outlined by the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency.

Measuring 135mm x 94mmm this IP66 rated enclosure has a 360° light output around the vertical axis, designed using LED’s that offer a high light intensity to ensure that the required brightness levels are met with as little maintenance required as possible by the end-user.

This beacon is perfectly suited to the outdoor environment with its carefully designed enclosure to minimise dust and dirt build up, is fully water tight and has an anti-tamper screw into a blind hole in the lens fitting.

What more could you ask for did you say? How about pre-moulded drillouts for M10 & M20 cable gland entries and long-life LED’s?! In particular using long life LED’s makes maintenance a thing of the past with this beacon, perfectly suited for those hard to reach areas where ICAO Obstruction Warning Beacons are required for!

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