Ensure the safety of aircraft and compliance with FAA regulations using our reliable aviation obstruction lights and aircraft warning lights. Our FAA lighting solutions are designed to provide effective obstruction lighting for tall structures, such as towers, high-rise buildings, and wind turbines, promoting visibility and preventing accidents.

ZL Single
Brand: Plusafe
L-810 Low-Intensity; Steady burning; Flash available;Red color; Photocell built-in; 2/3/5/6/10W; 10cd, steady;
ICAO: low intensity type A; FAA:
Prices start at $200.

ZL Double
Brand: Plusafe
L-810; Low Intensity
Type A/B; 100cd; Double light; auto-transfer to “standby light” in case of “service light” failure;
Prices start at $300.

E27 Bulbs
Brand: Plusafe
High Power SMD LEDs;  10cd; 32cd, 50cd,  200cd; Flash frequency 40fpm
Steady burning Adj. switch; Photo Sensor Built-in; Prices start at $85.

Brand: Anhang
Low-intensity FAA L810 Single
steady burning aviation obstruction
light; Optional NVG; Bird deterrent spike on top; Prices start at $200.

Brand: Anhang
Low-intensity Double light steady burning aviation obstruction light; Main-standby mode even if one light fails; Optional NVG; Bird deterrent spike; Prices start at $300.

Brand: Plusafe
Solar Aviation Obstruction Lights
Very portable; Autonomy more than
7 days without sunshine; 1.5Watts
Red, blue, green, yellow, white;
Flash 10 days; Fixed 7 days;
Light intensity: >30cd nighttime;
Output: 360° horizontal; 
Prices start at $250.

Brand: Plusafe
Solar Aviation Obstruction Lights
solar panel and battery; available 10cd and 32cd type; Prices start at $250.

Brand: Plusafe
dual model is a medium intensity
flashing red/white; dual LED obstruction beacon; Prices start at $300.

L-865 CM
Brand: Plusafe
Medium Intensity-Type A; White; Intensity 2000 cd; Medium intensity type C; Medium intensity type B;
FAA Type L864; Prices start at $300.

L-864 ZL2000
Brand: Plusafe
Type B & C; Red LED Medium Intensity Beacon; 2000cd red flashing nighttime (GPS) Synchronized flashing
Prices start at $300.

Brand: Plusafe
High Intensity Aviation Obstruction Lights; FAA L-856/L-857 Type,
ICAO High Intensity Type A/B,
White flashing; Photo sensor device included. Prices start at $400.

Brand: Plusafe
designed to manage and monitor obstruction lighting on tall structures
Prices start at $500.

Airport Windsock
Brand: Plusafe
The lighted vane can indicate the
wind direction in the approach and take-off area and make a general indication of the wind speed; Prices start at $1200.

Sphere Power Line Marking
Brand: Plusafe
Aircraft warning sphere power line marking for electricity transmission lines;  Orange, Red, White-orange, White-red, White in 400mm or 800mm; Prices start at $250.

Brand: Crown
Explosion Proof Obstruction Light
Ideal for offshore and onshore in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, IP66; Low Intensity (GYZD81-I) and
Medium Intensity (GYZD81-II) models; Application: Zone 1, 2 & 21, 22, optional solar panel; Prices start at $250.

The Importance of Aviation Obstruction Lighting

Aviation obstruction lights play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of aircraft and preventing collisions with tall structures. These lights are mandatory for any structure that stands 200 feet or taller, or those that are deemed a potential hazard to aircraft navigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). By installing FAA-compliant aviation obstruction lamps and aircraft warning lights, you can effectively mark your structure’s presence and contribute to a safer airspace.

The Benefits of Our FAA Lighting Solutions

Our aviation obstruction lights and aircraft warning lights offer several key advantages:

  • FAA Compliance: Our lighting solutions meet or exceed FAA regulations and guidelines, ensuring that your structure is properly marked and visible to aircraft, reducing the risk of accidents and legal liabilities.
  • Durability and Reliability: Constructed with high-quality materials and designed to withstand harsh weather conditions, our aviation obstruction lights provide reliable and long-lasting performance, minimizing maintenance requirements and downtime.
  • Energy Efficiency: Many of our aircraft warning lights feature LED technology, which consumes significantly less energy compared to traditional incandescent lights, resulting in lower operating costs and reduced environmental impact.
  • Customizable Options: We offer a wide range of aviation obstruction lighting solutions, including red, white, and dual-color lights, as well as various flash patterns and intensities, to suit your specific structure and FAA requirements.
  • Easy Installation and Maintenance: Our aviation obstruction lamps are designed for simple installation and maintenance, with user-friendly interfaces and readily available replacement parts, ensuring minimal disruption to your operations.

Applications for Aviation Obstruction Lighting

Our aircraft warning lights and FAA lighting solutions are suitable for a wide range of tall structures and applications, including:

  • Communication Towers: Ensure the visibility and safety of cellular, radio, and television towers with our reliable aviation obstruction lights.
  • Wind Turbines: Mark wind turbines and wind farms with FAA-compliant aviation lighting to prevent collisions and ensure the safety of low-flying aircraft.
  • High-Rise Buildings: Protect tall buildings, skyscrapers, and other high-rise structures with our durable and efficient aviation obstruction lamps.
  • Cranes and Construction Equipment: Temporarily mark construction cranes and other tall equipment with our portable and easy-to-install aircraft warning lights.
  • Smokestacks and Industrial Chimneys: Ensure the visibility of industrial chimneys, smokestacks, and other tall industrial structures with our FAA lighting solutions.

Choosing the Right Aviation Obstruction Light

When selecting aviation obstruction lights and aircraft warning lights for your structure, consider the following factors:

  • FAA Compliance: Ensure that your chosen lighting solution meets the specific FAA requirements for your structure’s height, location, and potential hazard level.
  • Light Type and Color: Choose between red, white, or dual-color aviation obstruction lights based on your structure’s specific requirements and FAA guidelines.
  • Flash Pattern and Intensity: Select the appropriate flash pattern and intensity for your aviation obstruction light to ensure optimal visibility and compliance with FAA regulations.
  • Durability and Weather Resistance: Opt for aircraft warning lights with rugged construction, weatherproof housing, and corrosion-resistant materials to withstand harsh outdoor conditions.
  • Monitoring and Control: Consider aviation obstruction lighting systems with remote monitoring and control capabilities for easy maintenance, troubleshooting, and compliance reporting.

FAQs About Aircraft Warning Lights

Aircraft warning lights, also known as obstruction lights, are lights installed on tall structures, like buildings, antennas, wind turbines, and cranes, to alert nearby aircraft and warn them of potential obstacles. They are necessary for aviation safety and are required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). read more about Shining a Light on Aviation Safety: The Critical Role of FAA Aircraft Warning Lights here.

Q1. What are the different types of aircraft warning lights?
A1. Aircraft warning lights are divided into two main categories: steady-burning and flashing. Steady-burning lights are either white or red and are used to mark the top of a structure. Flashing lights are also either white or red, but flash at a specific rate and can be used to mark the sides of a structure. There are also bi-color lights, which are red and white lights that alternate in color and are used to mark the front and back of a structure.

Q2. What are the FAA regulations for aircraft warning lights?
A2. The FAA requires that all aircraft warning lights must be visible for at least three statute miles. Lights must be visible up to an altitude of at least 500 feet above the structure and must be installed in accordance with FAA Regulatory Circular AC 70/7460-1L. Lights must also be installed according to the obstruction’s size and height, as outlined in the FAA’s advisory circulars. Customer Review – “Steven, Thank you again for the great service.  Light is up and working well!” Kevin I – Bend, OR

Q3. What is the difference between aviation obstruction lighting and aircraft warning lighting?
A3. Aviation obstruction lighting is used to mark any obstruction that could be a hazard to aircraft, such as buildings, towers, antennas, wind turbines, and cranes. Aircraft warning lighting is specifically used to mark the top of a structure. read more about What you need to know about obstruction lights here.

Q4. Why are there red lights on buildings?
A4. Devices that help aircraft avoid collisions by marking structures that occupy airspace. Such devices make structures more visible to aircraft and are usually used at night, although they may be used during the day. read more about Why Are LED Aircraft Warning Lights Necessary? here

Ensure Safety and Compliance with Our Aviation Obstruction Lighting Solutions

Browse our comprehensive selection of aviation obstruction lights, aircraft warning lights, and FAA lighting solutions, designed to keep your tall structures visible and compliant with regulations. Our knowledgeable team is dedicated to helping you find the ideal lighting solution for your specific application, ensuring the safety of aircraft and the reliability of your obstruction lighting system. Contact us today to discuss your project and prioritize safety with our top-quality aviation obstruction lights.

By Steven Wilson –  Published on: Feb 12, 2020

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