The development of airport light signals is closely related to the development of aircraft and aviation. Beginning in the mid to late 1930s, some lamps marked the boundaries of the flight field or runway. After 1953, with the advent of large and fast turboprops and jet planes, pilots needed to find tracks farther away, and […]
Aviation Obstruction Light (Aviation Obstruction Light), also known as navigation aid light equipment, is a unique lamp for identifying obstacles. It belongs to the navigation aid equipment industry. Aviation Obstruction Light is the range of lights under its seat. To distinguish it from general-purpose lighting, aviation obstruction lights are not always on but flashing. Low-light […]
Recognition of wire out: There is only one cable out from this product, brown (red) & blue wire is power wire (AC220V), brown (red) wire is firing line (L), blue is null wire (N), yellow green is ground wire (G), green is signal wire (S).
Tower lights not working at a broadcast station in Arkansas got the FCC’s attention. The Enforcement Bureau sent a Notice of Violation to Bobby Caldwell owner of East Arkansas Broadcasters, Inc.