Directional sign L-858
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directional sign
directional sign
directional sign
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Characteristics

Type
directional
Display
static
Applications
for runways
Other characteristics
LED

Description

A complete line of ETL-certified L-858 LED and unlighted runway and taxiway guidance signs. The Navigate Series® L-858 LED Runway & Taxiway Guidance Signs are ETL-certified and offer long-lasting energy-efficient LED lighting. Types Y, L, R & B Engineering Brief 67D Certificate of Conformance (.pdf) ETL Certified PATENT PENDING Meets “Buy American” requirements. Type L-858Y Direction, Destination, and Boundary signs – black legend on a yellow background. Type L-858R Mandatory Instruction sign – 3/4-inch (19 mm) ± 1/8-inch (3.2 mm) black outline on outside edge of white legend on a red background. Type L-858L Taxiway Location signs – yellow legend and border on a black background. The yellow border is inset from the inner edge of the sign to provide a continuous black margin. Type L-858B Runway Distance Remaining sign – white legend on a black background. First LED signs on the market to meet new AC 150/5345-44K. Low VA consumption. Uses long life LED technology with 50,000+ hours of projected life. Design that virtually eliminates hot spots and shadows. Designed to operate on all steps of a 3-step or 5-step CCR and on a 5.5A CCR using the same size isolation transformer. Uses LED sequencing technology to minimize energy consumption. A single isolation transformer can drive up to one 4-module sign. Easy to handle and install due to lightweight, thin design. External power disconnect switch (optional) to isolate the sign from the circuit for maintenance. Available in 200 MPH (FAA Mode 2) and 300 MPH (FAA Mode 3) versions.

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