Ohio-based obstruction light manufacturer Hughey & Phillips (H&P) has a new LED obstruction light for longer-lasting, more efficient fixtures, specifically in the renewable energy industry. H&P says their Horizon low-intensity products offer a solution for FAA L-810 steady burning lights and can be powered using a solar array for renewable energy applications.
The Horizon L-810 is a steady burn obstacle light available in single and double configurations that operate at a range of 95 to 277 Vac or 9 to 48 Vdc. The configurations are available as new fixtures and replacement light modules for existing incandescent obstruction lights.
The light also features a life 15 times longer than traditional incandescent designs and uses approximately 96% less power than standard incandescent lamps. Weather-resistant assembly and housing and a self-contained wiring compartment protect the lamp from damage due to extreme environments.
“Horizon outshines and outlasts predecessor incandescent fixtures by significant margins, making them a perfect low-intensity solution for a new generation of obstruction lighting,” said Richard Finkbine, executive vice president of Hughey & Phillips.
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Congratulations Hughey & Phillips on your newest renewable energy product.