Obstruction light StrobeGuard series
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obstruction, obstacle
for airport
Other characteristics
flashing, low-intensity


The StrobeGuard SS-125 is a single enclosure obstruction light designed to meet or exceed the requirements of Advisory Circular 150/5345-43. The enclosures are fabricated from 304L stainless steel. All plug-in printed circuit boards are protected with a coating which meets the physical and electrical requirements of MIL-I-46058B. The SS-125 is supplied with a lightning arrestor capable of withstanding repeated 10,000 ampere current surges. Operated with the SS-122 Controller, the system is completely self-activating for monitoring and identifying any malfunctioning light and is equipped to initiate a remote alarm. The number of SS-125 obstruction lights used on an installation depends upon the type of obstruction and its height. FAA Type: L-856 High Intensity Lighting ICAO Type: Type A High Intensity Obstacle Light Compliant for use with: ICAO Annex 14, Canadian Aviation Regulation 621.19, ICAO Annex 14, MIL-C-7989, DGAC of Mexico, FAA Advisory Circular AC 150/5345-43E Photometric Specifications: Day: 200,000 candela ± 25% Twilight: 20,000 candela ± 25% Night: 2,000 candela ± 25% Beam Spread: 3° Vertical minimum Horizontal Coverage: 120° coverage Cut off Angle: <3% light output at -10° Vertical Flash Rate: 40 Flashes per Minute (FPM) Environmental: Temperature :-55°C to +55°C, -67°F to +131°F Humidity: 95% relative humidity Miscellaneous: Will withstand exposure to wind-blown rain from any angle, Salt-laden atmosphere, windspeed of 240kph (150mph)


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