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Dialight A LED Obstruction Light
Dialight A LED Obstruction Light: At 12.5W, the red steady-state
light uses nearly 90 percent less energy than a standard 116W
incandescent bulb. The light also resists aircraft-induced vibration.
Using Dialight's high-flux LED technology, the 860 Series exceeds the
FAA's intensity specification for an L-810 light and can meet its -55 C
temperature requirement. An optically designed glass lens enhances LED
operation and provides 360 visibility at 70cd. The light is designed
for 120-VAC operation with transient protection and earth-grounding
features provided in a self-contained wiring compartment. The lamp
assembly and housing are weather- and corrosion-resistant. An optional
adapter is available.
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