Dialight LED Beacon Receives FAA Certification
Farmingdale, NJ - May 24, 2007 - The new Dialight LED medium-intensity, red-white flashing beacon for marking towers and other aircraft navigation obstacles is now ETL certified to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5345-43F. Dialight offers the beacon as an alternative to Xenon-strobe and incandescent light installations.
The dual-mode beacon offers the equivalent of more than 10 years of lamp life compared with two to three years for Xenon technology and one year for incandescent units.
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