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International Tower Lighting (ITL) RLC-201-GUI, RLC-203-GUI
The RLC-201-GUI Controller provides wireless flash synchronization of AM tower arrays. It features wireless GPS-based flash synchronization, and controls one L-864 LED or incandescent beacon and up to five L-810 LED or incandescent markers. The GPS antenna can be mounted remotely or on the enclosure. Its flash rate is adjustable for 20 or 30FPM, and it features a manual mode control switch, indicator lights for operating mode and flash command, and a built-in fusing for beacon, markers and photoelectric cell (PEC). Alarm relays indicate failure of lamp, flasher, marker, PEC and Power Fail. Mode relay indicates day or night mode operation. 120Vac and 230Vac International versions are available.
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