Flash Technology FTS 370w

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Flash Technology FTS 370w

Solid-state tower lighting
Part of a complete tower-lighting system, the FTS 370w is a white or red LED flashing light for day and night use on towers between 200' and 500' in height. The Smart flashhead/marker interface provides forward compatibility as technology improves. A single two-conductor cable provides power and communication to the flashhead and markers. The LED bypass circuitry provides longer life by allowing the loss of individual LEDs up to the 25 percent limit per the FAA. It exceeds IEC 61000-4-5 Surge Immunity specification for power surges and transient voltage. Optional Wi-Fi allows any Wi-fi enabled device wireless connectivity on site for diagnostics, programming and lighting inspections.

What the judges had to say:
"Control and voltage on a single pair of wires -- simplifies installation."
"Reporting via Wi-Fi makes it so easy to check the light operation."

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