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Runway beacon L-802 A
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white, high-intensity


L-802A Airport Rotating Beacon is designed primarily for night operation as identification and location markers for civil airports. Product Information FAA AC 150/5345-12 (current edition) ETL Certified ICAO: Annex 14, para 5.3.3 Application L-802A Airport Rotating Beacon is a high-intensity light, designed primarily for night operation as identification and location markers for civil airports. The beacon appears, at any point throughout 360 degrees in azimuth, as a light source emitting flashes of white and/or colored light at specified rates, colors, and intensities. Features Patented belt-drive system eliminates the lubrication required by conventional gear-drive beacons (U.S. Pat. 5,339,224). Patented liquid-filled lamp connector, eliminating the slip rings and brushes found on conventional beacons (U.S.Pat. 5,816,678). Two 40,000 lumen, 400 watt pulse-start metal-halide lamps. Pulse-start lamps are fully bright in 3-5 minutes. 15,000 hour typical lamp life (2-3 years). One clear lens, one aviation green lens. No maintenance except lamp replacement. All moving parts are permanently lubricated. Thermally-protected motor eliminates burnouts. Lamps preset 5 °C above horizontal, adjustable. 12 RPM rotation, 24 flashes/minute. Weatherproof steel cabinet, powder coated international orange. Class I temperature range: -30 to +55 °C (-22 to +131 °F). Class II temperature range: -55 to +55 °C (-67 to +131 °F). Tested to wind velocities of 100 MPH. Optional photocell and/or tell-tale relay. Mountable on a Tipdown Pole. Power Consumption: 965W Class I, 1365W Class II.

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