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Horizon LED Lighting Can Be Solar-Powered

It’s suitable for FAA L-810 steady burning light applications

Here’s a new choice for tower owners looking for LED obstruction lighting.

Ohio company Hughey & Phillips has rolled out a line of LED-based obstruction lighting, the Horizon family of L-810 low-intensity products.

It’s suitable for FAA L-810 steady burning light applications and, the company says, it can be powered using a solar array for renewable energy applications.

“Horizon L-810 is a steady-burn obstacle light and is available in both single and double configurations operating at a range of 95–277 VAC and also in a range of 9-48 VDC,” it stated.

Both configurations are available as new fixtures and as replacements light modules for incandescent obstruction lights.

H&P promises a life 15 times longer than traditional incandescent lights and consumption of approximately 96% less than standard incandescent lamps.

The company makes low-, medium- and high-intensity lighting products for broadcast towers, smokestacks and other obstructions to aerial navigation.