Runway light L-852G IRGL
for airportLEDyellow

runway light
runway light
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Characteristics

Type
runway
Domain
for airport
Technology
LED
Other characteristics
yellow, flashing

Description

The PRO APF 12/8" IRGL is an inset runway guard light with or without a support ring. The IRGL fixture is used for runway incursion protection and traffic control on taxiways just before active runways. This fixture is suitable for use with Runway Status Light Program (RWSL). They are required for SMGCS operations during low visibility conditions as defined in FAA AC 150/5340-30 and AC 120-57A.These unidirectional lights are designed for use in all wealthier conditions with any kind of control system including the Digitrac Control and Monitoring System. FLEXIBILITY Modular design makes fixtures easy to maintain with fewer parts to stock RELIABILITY Built to withstand extreme temperatures, vibration, water, and dust EFFICIENCY Significantly less energy Certifications and compliances FAA AC 150/5345-46 Current Edition: L-852G FAA AC 150/5430-30 EB67 Current Edition Design Features ETL certified Wavetrac™ technology reduces power consumption up to 60% compared to incandescent Long life LED technology with rated projected life greater than 50,000h at 6.6 A Dust and watertight to IP68 Modular design makes fixtures easy to maintain with fewer parts to stock Engineering Brief 67 current edition compliant dimming curve High frequency 400 Hz PWM helps eliminate flicker perception Compatible with all known CCR types 3.5 Crest factor ensures compatibility with Series CCRs 10kV/5kA surge protection -40°C to +55°C operating temperature ensures safe movement of aircraft in the most challenging locations Failure monitoring of fixtures IEC Style 3, 6-13mm low protusion housing Low profile, <.25" (6.35mm) – FAA Style 3
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