Aircraft Obstruction Lights

  • Aircraft Warning Lights
  • Source-Incandescent, Xenon and LED
  • Obstruction Light
    • Low Intensity


      The Hughey & Phillips L-810 Obstruction Light provides an LED based solution to the FAA L-810 style of steady burning lights. The L-810 LED is currently available in both single and double configurations operating at 120V, 240V, 277VAC and also in a range of 9-48 VDC. Both configurations are available as original equipment or as a direct replacement to the existing socket/lamp/lens on H&P L-810 Incandescent OB2x Series obstruction lights.
      FAA Type: L-810 Steady Burn Obstruction Light
      ICAO Type: Low Intensity Type B Obstacle Light
      ETL Certified: FAA AC 150 45-43F
      Compliant to: ICAO Annex 14, CAR 621.19, MIL-C-7989


      • LED based obstruction lights last over 15 times longer than an incandescent light
      • Approximately 94% less power than 116 Watt standard incandescent lamp
      • 4 Watt Power Consumption (AC version) / 3.4 Watts (DC Version)
      • Available in both side and bottom conduit hubs at ¾” and 1” NPT
      • Weather resistant lamp assembly & housing
      • Self-contained wiring compartment on double units eliminates additional boxes
      • Operates as a steady burn or flashing light
      • Resistant to shock and vibration
      • Direct replacement for existing incandescent fixtures
      • 5 Year Warranty

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    • Medium Intensity


      The horizon™ Dual Medium intensity LED Strobe System provides daytime white and nighttime red lights in one unit. its self-contained power supply, with available gPS sync and day/night sensor, simplifies wiring but also accepts external signals if desired. Advanced features include advanced LED modules, cutting edge optics, individual LED monitoring/ bypass, and active lightning protection (patent pending). the unit also monitors the system and provides a no or nc alarm contact upon any system failure.


      Medium intensity obstruction lighting systems are typically used on structures between 150’ (45m) and 500’ (150m) above ground level to provide aviation safety. the use of a medium intensity white strobe during the daytime typically eliminates the need to paint the structure with aviation orange and white stripes. the use of a red flashing beacon at night provides a “community friendly” light. Hughey & Phillips medium intensity obstruction lights are designed for lighting tall structures such as communication, television and radio towers, wind turbines, smokestacks, cooling towers, tall buildings, catenary river crossings and bridges.

      FAA Type: L864, L865 or L-864/865 Medium intensity Lighting
      ICAO Type: Type A/b Medium intensity obstacle Light
      ETL Certified: FAA Advisory circular 150/5345-43
      Compliant for use with: icAo Annex 14, MiL-c-7989 DgAc of Mexico, cAR 621.19

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    • High Intensity


      The Strobeguard® SS-125 is a single enclosure obstruction light designed to meet or exceed the requirements of Advisory circular 150/5345-43.  the enclosures are fabricated from 304L stainless steel.  All plug-in printed circuit boards are protected with a coating which meets the physical and electrical requirements of MiL-i-46058b.  the SS-125 is supplied with a lightning arrestor capable of withstanding repeated 10,000 ampere current surges.  operated with the SS-122 controller, the system is completely self-activating for monitoring and identifying any malfunctioning light and is equipped to initiate a remote alarm.  the number of SS-125 obstruction lights used on an installation depends upon the type of obstruction and its height.

      FAA Type:  L-856 high intensity Lighting
      ICAO Type: Type A high intensity obstacle Light
      ETL Certified:  FAA Advisory circular Ac 150/5345-43 
      Compliant for use with:  icAo Annex 14, canadian Aviation Regulation 621.19 icAo Annex 14, MiL-c-7989, DgAc of Mexico

      SS-122 CONTROLLER:

      Strobeguard® controllers contain the flash interval and timing circuits, intensity selection controls, and monitoring receivers with status indicators required to operate the SS-125 strobe light. the controller is of modular construction with solid state circuitry for long life and ease of maintenance. Strobeguard® controllers are designed to operate up to 32 obstruction lights at distances up to 4700 feet. Each controller is equipped with the necessary manually operated controls to test all modes of operation. Digital monitor lamps are provided and illuminate when a flashhead or power supply is not operating as required. Each monitor lamp is operated in a coded mode indicating the location of the flashhead/ power supply which is malfunctioning.


      The SS-124 Light Sensor continuously monitors the ambient lighting conditions and inputs to the Strobeguard controller the necessary information to automatically control the switching of daytime, twilight and nighttime modes of operation. the SS-124 is easy to install with the built-in mounting holes.


      Strobeguard® controls contain the flash interval and timing circuits, intensity selection controls and monitoring circuitry with status indicators. the Strobeguard® control system is designed to operate up to 24 flashheads at a distance of up to 2500 feet (760 M), using a noise-resistant communications format. Each control is equipped with the necessary manually operated controls to test all modes of operation. bi-color green/red LEDs are provided to indicate proper operation or fault of each flashhead.