OBSTRUCTION LIGHTING FOR CRANES PER FAA
Day/Twilight Protection = Prominent coloring and Checkered flag
Night Protection = 2,000 cd red light / 32 cd red side lights
Crane 150 feet (45.72 m) AGL or less. Two or more steady-burning or flashing red (L- 810/L-810 F) lights should be installed on the highest part of the structure in a manner to ensure an unobstructed view of one or more lights by a pilot.
Crane exceeding 150 feet (45.72 m) AGL and not more than 350 feet (106.68 m) AGL. At least one red flashing (L-864) light should be installed on the highest part of the structure and intermediate levels of one or more flashing red lights (L-810 F) should be mounted in a manner to ensure an unobstructed view of one or more lights by a pilot.
Selection of lamps
|1||Compact Medium Intensity FAA L-864 (AC 150/5345-43J) ETL listed||OFC-RI-240|
|2||FAA L-810 (AC 150/5345-43J) ETL listed in red fixed or flashing mode||NAVILITE-IR-FAA-120-240V|