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SP-102 Portable Taxiway Light

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Specification Parameter Description
Compliance ICAO Annex 14, Vol. I (7th. Edition, July 2016) Photometric:  Par.
Chromaticity: Appendix 1, Figure A1-1
FAA 150/5345-50B
Operating time in steady mode Min intensity 105 hrs.
Max Intensity 40 hrs.
Operating modes Selective via push-button Last selected mode is memorized Steady-on: Min - Med - Max Intensity
Flashing: 30 - 60 - 120 FPM
Automatic Dusk-Till-Dawn (adjustable intensity)
NVG Only - for covert operations
NVG + Visible LED
Optics Type Omnidirectional
Colour Blue
Interchangable optical head Yes
LED Life span: min 100.000 hrs
Consistent photometrics for product life
Operating temperature range Standard -20 to 50 ºC (-4 to 122 ºF)
Arctic pack -40 to 80 ºC (-40 to 176 ºF)
Battery Type Sealed Lead Acid Battery (SLAB) air transport approved
Capacity 4,5 Ah
Nominal voltage (V) 6,0 V
Life span 4-5 years / 1.200 cycles
On-board battery indicator Yes
Battery replacable by user Yes
Battery Charging External charging port Yes
Available charging options via OCT-102 Charger
via solar panel
Charging time via OCT-102 Charger 8 hrs
Charging time via solar panel 12 hrs
Control & Monitoring Multifunctional push-button On-Off, selecting operating mode, reset Protection against incidental activation
Automatic Light Control (ALC) ALC adjusts intensity level if battery reaches low capacity to ensure continued operation
Built-in microprocessor Yes
Built-in protection against excessive overcharging/discharging of the battery Yes
Solar Panel (optionally) Nominal power output 5W
Installed separately from the lighting unit Yes
Panel facing direction Unidirectional for optimal energy collection
Life span 15 years
Casing Waterproof rating IP-65
UV resistant Yes
Height / Diameter 210 x 125 mm
Weight (kg) 2
Chassis Material Non-corrosive aluminum
Dome Material (standard) Glass
Dome Material (optional) Premium, UV-resistant polycarbonate
CE Compliance Standards EN 61000-4-2:2009,
EN 61000-4-3:2007/A2:2011
PN-EN 61000-4-4:2013-05
EN 61000-4-5:2014-10
EN 61000-4-6: 2014-04
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Portable Taxiway lighting

Airport taxiway lighting designates a route an aircraft uses after exiting a runway. A taxiway leads to facilities like hangars, aprons or terminals. Its surface is usually made of concrete or tarmac, but some minor airport can have a grassy or gravel taxiway.

Taxiway and runway

Busy airports that require a rapid exit from a runway are equipped with the so-called rapid-exit taxiway or high-speed taxiway. They are predominantly created by prolonging a runway, which gives more breaking space. The speed a plane can go with on a taxiway is from 37 to 56 km/h. Runway lights and taxiway lights differ in terms of color so that a pilot could easily tell them apart and identify what way they are on.

Taxiway Lights

Taxiway lighting consists of edge lights, centerline lights, clearance bar lights, runway guard lights, and stop bar lights. The Taxiway Light colors differ with regard to the place they illuminate and what information they convey to an airplane pilot.

Taxiway edge lights

Edge lighting is a basic element of taxiway lighting. These are blue lights which are place all along the taxiway edges at up to 60-meter intervals.

Taxiway centerline lights

Taxiway centerline is marked by green lights. They are installed at 30-meter intervals, a few centimeters away from the centerline’s center, on the right or left-hand side.

Other taxiway lights

Apart from the basic taxiway lights, such as edge lights or centerline lights, there are also other lights that constitute an additional help for an aircraft pilot. For instance, these are clearance bar lights. They consist of three yellow lights. Moreover, there are also runway guard lights which are installed on both sides of a taxiway; they give out a flashing, yellow light. At an airport taxiway, there are also stop bar lights. These are low-intensity, red lights set out in a line; they give out an omnidirectional light. They are installed at stop points, along a taxiway, on both sides.

Taxiway lamps – how are they installed?

Operating a massive machine on land is sometimes much more of a challenge for a pilot than in the air. That’s why taxiway lamps are installed flat with the surface so as to avoid any potential collision threats.

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