Description of Runway Lighting Systems:
Runway lighting systems help the pilot locate and define the runway and airport environment. Airport lighting is not continuous at airports with minimal traffic in order to save money when not in use. Runway edge lights, in-pavement lights, and sequence flashing lights may also have intensity controls which may be varied to meet the pilots request. Airport lighting may be either continuous or variable, depending on traffic/use.
Parameter of Runway Lighting Systems:
|Ultria Genius||Genius Ⅱ|
Model of 1200W LED Flood Lights
|Beam Angle||15° 20° 30°|
|Stable Flux(5700K after 1 hour)||144000lm|
|Replace HID Lamp||2500~3000W|
|Color Temperature||5700K (2700~6500K available on request)|
|Color Rendering||Ra75(Ra80,Ra90 available on request)|
|Housing Material||Aluminum & Powder coating|
|Coating||Zinc Rich Paint|
|IP Class||IP 67|
|Insulation Class||Class I|
|Working Temperature||-40C ~ 60C / -40F ~ 140F|
|Working Humidity||10% – 95%|
|AC Input||80~315Vac, (347Vac available on request)|
| Warranty:||5 years|
Operation of approach and runway lighting may be adjusted at the pilot’s discretion and is generally controlled by the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT)
At some locations, where there is no control tower in operation, the local Flight Service Station (FSS) may control the lights.
Pilots may request and in some cases control lighting themselves
Runway edge lights, in-pavement lights and approach lights also have intensity controls which may be varied to meet the pilots request
Sequenced flashing lights (SFL) may be turned on and off but only some sequenced flashing light systems also have intensity control.
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