Source: Sicame Corp.
Night warning lights are used near airports and in certain valleys or estuary crossings for the night signaling of overhead transmission lines
- Night warning lights are used near airports and in certain valleys or estuary crossings for the night signaling of overhead transmission lines, the principle of the night warning light is now a vital factor of aircraft safety.
- Provides red light greater than 10 Candela in accordance with the International Standards of Aerial Navigation. (ICAO, Annex 14, § 6.3 Aerodromes)
- An elastomeric part assures the damping of vibrations and therefore guarantees the life of the tube as when used under static conditions.
- The lamp is composed of a spiral tube with low-pressure neon gas in a waterproof glass filled with a mix of water and glycerin.
- The auxiliary line consists of a fragment of aluminum alloy conductor that runs parallel to the main conductor. It is positioned in the electric field of the hot conductor and insulated with respect to the main conductor. In case of long auxiliary aerials, a midspan attachment may be added to the conductor.
Sicame Corp., 287 Northland Boulevard, Cincinnati, OH 45246. Tel: 513-772-3423; Fax: 513-772-3429.