This red LED beacon features reduced energy consumption by 90 percent versus incandescent. Its optical design reduces ground disturbance, a stable light output conquers voltage variations, and expected minimum lamp life is 10 years. The beacon features a standard 13-1/4" bolt circle, GPS capabilities, flash or steady burn lighting, and the controller and power supply can be ordered self-enclosed or split. Power consumption is 20W and requirements are 120/240Vac, 50/60Hz. It is compliant with FAA AC 150/5345-43F and Transports Canada CAR 621.19.
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