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Dialight Vigilant Series High Intensity L-856 LED Strobe Achieves FAA Certification
Farmingdale, NJ - Aug 9, 2011 - Dialight's Vigilant Series L-856 High Intensity Strobe has been certified by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for use on towers, smokestacks and chimneys in excess of 500' tall. The Dialight product is the first of its kind to achieve FAA certification. Dialight touts that it is first company to offer a complete line of all LED-based FAA-certified aircraft obstruction lighting.
As the first installation of a FAA certified, all LED high-intensity strobe system in the world, the Vigilant Series L-856 will be installed on a 1,200' C-4 communications tower operated by a public television network. The change out from Xenon technology will be performed through Slatercom-WCD, Dialight's distribution partner based in Salem, OR.
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