We offer the best product range of Exel Composites Safety Masts, MARINE LED ILLUMINATED WINDCONE, POSITION LIGHTING, OBSTA BALISOR System and STRATEGIC EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELD LIGHTING II.
Exel Composites Safety Masts are built out of fiberglass and based on thorough knowledge of composite technology. Fiberglass reinforced composite materials have numerous advantages compared to conventional materials like metal. Exel City Masts are made according to a special lattice structure and they have many innovative technical details in their construction. Glass fiber
ICAO recommends the use of at least one wind direction indicator (windcone), illuminated type, in case of night operations. The windcone mainly consists of a support structure and a fabric cone (truncated cone shape) with the characteristics requested from the ICAO standard. The windcone should be located to ensure a full visibility, avoiding any effects of turbulence and any disturbance to the maneuver; if not possible, two windcone should be positioned in different places. The internally illuminated windcone is available, for offshore and ship applications, in 120 cm long fabric sock, like that for elevated heliports, according to the ICAO standards (Annex 14, Vol. II, par. 5.1.1). The internal lighting is obtained by a LED source with high reliability and low maintenance.
For retrofit or existing position lights, simply remove the hold-down screw for the outer cover, remove cover, and then take out the lamp. Insert the "plug" into the lamp socket of the existing NAV Light and re-attach the new LED housing to the existing base. The NAV Lights are also available in a dual mode version for NVIS compatibility or covert requirements.
High voltage lines are a major hazard for low flying aircraft. Placing beacons on pylons is not sufficient to ensure safety due to the very long spans of cable. Exclusively from OBSTA, The Balisor System uses its high voltage conductors by tapping the power required directly from the line. Therefore, the system is completely self-contained.
The CALZONI SEAL II is a Portable Lighting System for airfields based on LED. It is modular to accommodate stand-alone landing zones with incremental levels of operational capabilities. The light unit comprises of the runway lights (white), approach lights (white), threshold lights (green), end lights (red), and taxiway lights (blue). The system modules can consist of any type of the above lights in variable quantity, depending on the operative configuration. Each light uses an LED lighting source (high flux type) and dedicated lenses, as to increase the photometric characteristics and lifetime. This reduces the power consumption and the maintenance costs against the traditional incandescent lamps. With the LED source the system becomes NVG compatible and with the LED IR source the system conforms for "covert" operations.
The Portable Lighting System is designed to provide visual landing aids during severe operational conditions of aircraft and helicopter without the use of on-ground equipment. The system is composed by portable lights, to be used as perimeter or approach lights, and a Portable Glide Path Indicator (PGPI).
The Navilite is available in 12V, 48V, 120V, or 240V AC. This series is one piece molded, which integrates 4 or 12 levels of LED. The Navilite is red fixed light with a luminous intensity higher than 10 candelas and is equipped with an external converter. The Navilite B is also a red fixed light, but has a luminous intensity higher than 32.5 candelas. Options also include a fixing bracket, box for 1 main and 1 back-up light with photocell, alarm indicator in 48V and 240V AC, and outdoor cables.
Because the LED lights are self-contained, no separate power supply is needed. G. S. I. Inc.'s, LED lights are perfect to upgrade existing incandescent or strobe AC Lights. Many times you can use the existing housing and lens by just removing the inner workings of the existing light. Then replace with a new LED assembly.
The CALZONI Expeditionary Airfield Lighting is designed as a lighting system for aircrafthelicopter night operations for VMC use (Visual Meteorological Conditions) limited to VFR (Visual Flight Rules) to be used in severe conditions when standard equipment cannot be used. Different configurations of luminous source are available: runway lights (white), threshold lights (green), end lights (red). The system is modular and can consist of any type of the above lights, in variable quantity, depending on the operative configuration.
Exel Composites Safety Masts are built out of fiberglass and based on thorough knowledge of composite technology. Fiberglass reinforced composite materials have numerous advantages compared to conventional materials like metal. Exel Safety Masts are made according to a special lattice structure and they have many innovative technical details in their construction. Just to name one detail, there is a patented diagonal-bar joint-bonding method that is used. As a consequence of this structure, the mast is very rigid. Even in strong winds and heavy ice loads, there will be very limited swaying, twisting, or oscillating that could cause the light beams to fluctuate. The construction strength can be altered in the airfield requires.
The OBSTA Solar Power Supply is a self-contained unit, which can even be transported by helicopter if necessary. The surface area of the panels depends on the isolation of the site and the number of beacons needing connection. The configuration can be easily adapted to match any specific case. Auxiliary functions are also available, such as photoelectric cell, active redundancy, etc. ◙ The conversion of sunlight to electricity using polycrystalline silicon photocell panels. ◙ The storage and control of the power generated is by a battery charger system with the associated circuits. ◙ System safety ensures protection against complete battery discharge,
Essential to the Instrument Landing System (ILS) used in aerodromes, you will find Glide Path Antenna Towers. The stiffness requirement of these towers is high to ensure the antennas work properly. Robust steel structures that are not frangible typically fulfill this requirement. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has indicated that frangibility for these structures may be required in the near future. Exel Composites, a leading manufacturer of products based on composite technology, has developed a unique glass fiber lattice structure. Exel Composites Glide Path Antenna Towers not only meet the demand requirements, but also have many benefits from the features of the composite material.
Chock Light is the first new safety oriented design for aircraft and ground vehicles. The advanced "self-illuminating" technology of the Chock Light significantly enhances the nighttime safety awareness for the use of aircraft and ground support equipment. Chocks no longer need to be a safety hazard to ground vehicles and aircraft when not stored properly.
The CALZONI RC 311 radio-controller complies with the FAA specifications for L-854 TYPE I AM receiver and Style A decoder. Consisting of an amplitude modulation radio receiver and an activation circuit, it operates at a fixed frequency and is suitable to switch on aerodrome lighting.