Reliability in
Obstruction
lighting
OFI360-WW-240I-G
Part Number 113791-240-G

Dual color medium intensity type A and B (or C) 110-240VAC

OFI360-WW-240I-G

110-240VAC flashhead including

  • 6 led projectors in aluminium and glass
  • inside each projector, 2 white led circuits for day mode and a red with infrared circuit for night mode
  • Simple installation with no losing parts when opening the flash-head
  • led drivers inside a stainless enclosure located in flash-head
  • Alarm contact in case of lamp failure or power supply failure
  • Test button for day and night
  • Luminous indicators for quick diagnostic
  • completely autonomous system with built-in GPS (or activated in case of failure of an external controller)
  • type 2 surge protection

The obstaflash system dual color or white only provides a day and night marking solution for all kind of obstacle higher than 45 meters as per ICAO (or 61 meters as per FAA). For obstacle below 150 meters the use of white or dual color flashing light medium intensity type A during day time eliminates the need to paint the obstacle with red and white stripes

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Effective light output day time at 0° on site
20 000cd (white)
Effective light output twilight mode at 0° on site
20 000cd (white)
Effective light output night mode at 0° on site
2000cd (white)
Color day/twilight time
white
Color night time
Red
Vertical beam spread
>3°
Horizontal beam spread
360°
Intensity @ -10% to the ground
3% of max
Flash per minute
20, 30, 40 or 60 flashes per minute
Main voltage
110VAC to 240VAC +/-10% 50/60Hz
Average wattage
55W (day time), 8W (night mode)
IP degree
IP66 per projector
Wiring
Entry of cable by glands nickel plated brass and connection by terminals
Operating temperature
Tu -40/+55°C
Weight
4.8 kg
Size of the light
333mm (height) x 500mm (diameter)
Weight
19kg for flashhead
Cable entry diameter
11 to 21mm
Wire cross section
from 1 to 4 mm²
Attachment
6 mounting holes dia.16mm, dia.337mm circle (FAA standard)
Standards compliance
ICAO annexe 14 chapter 6 (8th edition 07/2018), EASA (4th edition 2017)