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    Üyelik Tarihi: 24-12-2021
    Doğum Tarihi: 04-03-1992 - [Şu anda 29 yaşında]
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    Biyografi: Avlite Systems has introduced an innovative LED inset

    [url=http://www.shflylight.com/heliport-light/]heliport light

    [/url] which is a LED omnidirectional inset lighting fixture

    light that addresses FATO (final-approach take-off), TLOF

    (touch-down lift-off), flight path alignment and aiming point

    lighting applications.

    The inset light fully meets the ICAO (International Civil

    Aviation Organisation) Annex 14 - Volume II. Heliports 2013

    specifications and the FAA (Federal Aviation Authority)

    Engineering Brief 87.

    The physical projection of the inset light above ground level

    does not exceed 10 mm, which, together with a smooth low

    profile outer surface, prevents any damage to the helicopter or

    any other vehicle tires. The advanced LED optics ensures

    optimum light output even in the worst weather conditions. The

    inset light can be mounted in either 5-inch shallow base can or

    8-inch shallow base-can using an adapter ring.

    Avlite's LED Omnidirectional Inset heliport light is

    available in Solar, universal AC or DC power configurations.

    The inset light is available in either green or white with

    optional IR (infrared). The IR component is continuously on or

    switchable when integrated with an Avlite Lighting Control and

    Monitoring System (LCMS).


    Aviation obstruction light[/url]s are lighting devices attached

    to tall structures: buildings, wind turbines, bridges etc. and

    used as collision avoidance measures. Such devices make the

    structure much more visible to passing aircrafts and is usually

    used at night, although in some countries they are used in the

    daytime also. Basically obstruction lights typically comes in

    various intensities (low, medium, high) and either fixed or


    Savvy Passenger Guide to Airport Lights
    Colorful lights cover taxiways and runways to help pilots

    navigate the airport. Red, blue, green, amber, and white lights

    glow, flash, and race across the ground. It’s time to find out

    what the colored [url=http://www.shflylight.com/airport-

    light/]airport light[/url]s mean and how pilots use them!

    Taxi Lights
    After an aircraft leaves the gate, the first challenge pilots

    face is navigating the plane to the runway for takeoff. Both

    day and night, airport lights make it easy to maneuver around

    the maze of taxiways.

    Blue Lights: Taxiway edge lights are always blue. The blue

    taxi lights are easy to spot from the terminal and are often

    the first airport lights seen by passengers. Blue taxiway

    lights are typically illuminated after dark and during bad

    weather. For many airports, the blue lights are all that is

    necessary to mark the taxiways.

    Green Lights: Green in-ground centerline lights are often

    installed at busy airports and airports that experience bad

    weather to enhance taxi guidance and safety. Unlike the blue

    lights used to identify the taxiway edges, green centerline

    lights are very bright. Pilots can see and follow them in the

    worst weather conditions, day or night.

    The tough metal housings for in-ground lights are mounted

    flush with the surface of the taxiway. Only a small portion

    protrudes above ground. The lights are installed a few inches

    to the left or right of the actual painted centerline.

    Taxiway Signs
    Although not technically

    [url=http://www.shflylight.com/airport-light/]airport light

    [/url]s, taxiway signs are well illuminated and easy to see.

    Yellow and black signs identify taxiways. A black background

    with yellow characters ( A3 ) identifies what taxiway the

    aircraft is on. A yellow background with black characters ( A4

    ) identifies a crossing taxiway.

    Red signs ( 31R ) always indicate a runway. The red color

    reminds pilots not to proceed without permission from an air

    traffic controller.

    Runway Guard Lights
    In the last few years, new types of lights have been added to

    enhance safety. One of the most prominent are Runway Guard

    lights. Introduced in 1995, these flashing amber lights warn

    pilots that they are about to taxi onto a runway.

    The basic installation consists of a dual flashing light

    unit. One unit is mounted on each side of the taxiway where the

    aircraft must stop. Taxiing past guard lights onto the runway

    requires a clearance from air traffic control.

    In addition to the dual flashing units, wig-wags are often

    installed in-ground, on the runway hold-short line. This system

    is really helpful during low visibility conditions.

    Red Stop Bar lights (also known as Runway Status Lights) are

    another newcomer to the taxi light family. In an effort to

    reduce the risk of deadly runway collisions, Stop Bar lights

    are being installed at many airports world-wide.

    The lights are placed along the hold-short line and are

    switched on and off automatically. Unlike the yellow guard

    [url=http://www.shflylight.com/]lights[/url] which mean “use

    caution,” red stop bar lights mean STOP – Don’t even THINK

    about moving. When the lights are on, there is active traffic

    on the runway or landing imminently. The lights must be

    extinguished before an aircraft can proceed.

    As of 2016, fifteen US airports have Runway Status lights

    installed with more on the way. Look for them at busy

    airports. They’re really bright; you can’t miss them.

    Runway Lights
    Runways designed for low visibility operations (bad weather)

    have a lot of lights.

    Note that not all runways have the same light configuration.

    The runway at St. Thomas, USVI, has only basic edge lighting

    because the weather is usually gorgeous. Foggy San Francisco,

    on the other hand, needs a full lighting system for low

    visibility weather.
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