Low-Intensity Aircraft Warning Lights are usually installed on obstacle with 45 meters,such as Telecommunication masts, overhead power lines and towers,High-rise building,Mast,Chimney, cooling towers to reduce hazards to aircraft by indicating the presence of the above obstacles.
According to ICAO standard, Low-Intensity Aircraft Warning Lights can be divided into five types:Type A, B, C, D, E( Type E is the latest standard from the latest ICAO version).
Low-Intensity Type A Aircraft Warning Lights has one or double heads with 10cd,Fixed way,Red,Photocell and Fixed obstacles.
Low-Intensity Type B Aircraft Warning Lights has one or double heads with 32cd,Fixed way,Red,Photocell and Fixed obstacles.
Low-Intensity Type C Aircraft Warning Lights has one head with 40 to 400cd,yellow or blue color,60-90times/min,mobile obstacles.
Low-Intensity Type D Aircraft Warning Lights has one head with 200 to 400cd,yellow,60-90times/min，applied to “Follow Me” cars.
Low-Intensity Type E Aircraft Warning Lights has one or double heads with 32cd,Flashing mode, flashing way,Red,Photocell and Fixed obstacles.
As for details,please see table One.
Peak intensity(cd) at given background luminance
Low intensity,type A
Low intensity,type B
Low intensity,type C
Low intensity,type D
Low intensity,type E
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