High Intensity Aircraft Warning Light

L865 HIOL A, B & AB

High Intensity & High Intensity CAP 168

According to Annex 14 of ICAO regulationsHigh Intensity Obstruction Lights (HIOL) should be used to warn the presence of obstacles with an height above 150m or when an aeronautical study indicates such lights as mandatory for the correct warning of an elevated structure, such as chimneys, cranes, buildings, bridges, high tension pylons and other buildings.

  • HIOL, Type A (intensity 200.000cd, day-mode white flashing; 20.000cd, twilight-mode white flashing; 2.000cd, night-mode white flashing), mainly used on skyscrapers, bridges, etc;
  • HIOL, Type B (intensity 100.000cd, day-mode white flashing; 20.000cd, twilight-mode white flashing; 2.000cd, night-mode white flashing), mainly used on high voltage pylons where is not practicable install cable markers.
  • DUAL HIOL, Type AB (intensity 200.000cd, day-mode white flashing; 20.000cd, twilight-mode white flashing; 2.000cd, night-mode red flashing) should be used in combination with Low Intensity Obstacle Lights, Type B;
  • DUAL HIOL, Type AC (intensity 200.000cd, day-mode white flashing; 20.000cd, twilight-mode white flashing; 2.000cd, night-mode red steady burning) should be used in combination with Medium Intensity Obstacle Lights, Type C.
  • Automatic changeover from normal to backup light

Compliance:

Fully ICAO compliant (ISO/IEC 17025 accredited third party laboratory)

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