Medium Intensity Lights
The most important feature of the WL AB-2001 obstruction light is that it works as a dual light. It has a dual array / layers of light emitting diodes (LEDs).
The WL AB-2001 medium intensity obstruction light is for marking towers (telecom, GSM), smokestacks, buildings and any other potentially hazardous obstructions to air traffic with a flashing white and flashing red safety light.
The most important feature of the WL AB-2001 is that it works as a dual light. It has a dual array / layers of light emitting diodes (LEDs). During the day time 1 of 2 LED arrays / layers work, using a high powered white LED driver, giving 20,000cd flashing white light intensity. At night the other 2 of 2 LED array / layers work, giving a flashing red light intensity of 2,000cd.
- Modular design meeting optics standard, compact size and high efficiency
- Based on LED technology
- Extremely reliable — major maintenance cost saving
- Resistant to shock and vibrations
- Corrosion resistant lamp & housing
- Self-contained wiring compartment – eliminates additional boxes
- Base material – Die casting aluminium LM6
- Reflector – ABS
- Combustibility rating：UL94V0
- IP protection：IP65
- Ambient temperature: -30℃ – +60℃, can withstand the most severe environments
- Capable of being flashed or steady burning (to be mentioned in purchase order)
- Typical LED lifetime: ≥100, 000 hrs
- All LEDS are connected in parallel, which are powered by a low voltage, constant current. When and if one LED fails it will not affect other LEDS
- Bird repellent spike molded on to the lens / dome.
- Built in photocell
- Additional function: Flash synchronization by GPS function with other Delta flashing lights
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