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Flying can be dangerous, especially during bad weather when visibility is extremely low. A helicopter, which generally flies low, and an airplane flying low to land or take off may fly into tall structures and cause a serious disaster. That is why aircraft warning lights are put in place to warn pilots of existing obstructions on their path.

Such lights are generally installed on tall buildings, power transmission lines, cooling towers, telecom towers, radio towers, wind turbines, cranes, smoke stakes, chimneys, cable-stayed bridges, and some fences in areas where aircraft may be flying in low altitudes. The aim is to prevent accidents by alerting pilots to potential dangers.

Aviation regulations sometimes decree these warning lights’ installation, operation, and color. For maximum visibility, the lighting systems usually consist of one or more high-intensity LED or strobe devices that pilots can see from a long distance before reaching the obstruction.

What you need to know about LED aircraft warning lights

At Industrial Lighting fixtures we sell LED aircraft warning lights which come in different designs. LED lights have a huge advantage because they have a longer lifespan than the traditionally used incandescent bulbs. Using them reduces maintenance costs and increases the reliability of any lighting system.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are obstruction lights different from aircraft warning lights?

Obstruction lights and aircraft warning lights are the same things. You can use these terms interchangeably. The choice of terms depends on location.

  1. Are your aircraft warning lights FAA and ICAO compliant?

Yes. All our aircraft warning lights are FAA and ICAO compliant. Even our solar powered products are compliant.

  1. Do you sell complete lighting systems?

Definitely. We sell complete systems, including the solar powered version. We can also assist you to set up a customized system with all the necessary components. Contact us today and one of our consultants will give you proper guidelines and assist you with product selection.

  1. Do you sell any explosion-proof obstruction lights?

Yes. Our LED explosion-proof obstruction light is ideal for onshore and offshore in the gas and petrochemical industries. Read LED Helideck Explosion Proof Lighting

  1. How much is a typical aircraft warning light system?

Our prices depend on the make, model, and accessories that you select. If you request a quote or live chat with us, we can provide prices and lead times.

What you need to know about LED aircraft warning lights
  1. Why should I buy from Industrial Lighting Fixtures?

LED Pros WorldWide has been supplying high-quality but cost-effective aircraft warning lights and LED heliport lighting since 2009. Our lighting solutions meet or even exceed FAA and ICAO specifications. We are very knowledgeable and we are available to help you with your private, commercial, and military projects. Contact us today for more information on any of our products. See Why Are LED Aircraft Warning Lights Necessary?

  1. What are the FAA and ICAO?

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulates aviation standards in the US while the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulates standards in Europe and the rest of the world. While the FAA determines standards for the US, different states may have additional requirements. The ICAO is the major international authority for air navigation, but different countries have their regulations.

Call us today to learn more about what aviation warning lights are best suited for the application you are working on (844) 533-7767.



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