Avlite AV-HL-RF-SOL Radio Controlled Solar Heliport Light -
Avlite’s helipad light is a solar-powered, wireless controlled, completely self-contained LED heliport light designed to meet the standards of ICAO Annex 14 Touchdown and Lift-off perimeter lights.
The solar powered helipad light gives over 50 hours of continuous operation at ICAO Annex 14 Touchdown and Lift-off perimeter light intensities.
The helipad light comes ready for operation straight from the box, simply bolt the light to the supplied frangible mount assembly and install.
The unit is made from tough, impact resistant polymers in aviation yellow. A premium grade solar module is integrated into the assembly and mounted to collect sunlight. The solar array charges the 16Ah battery during daylight hours.
Avlite’s solar powered helipad light utilizes the same controller as Avlite’s AV-425-RF and AV-70-RF models which means a single controller can control multiple Avlite fixtures including the solar range of; heliport beacons, taxiway lights, obstruction lights
, lighted windsock and other products.
The radio controller is designed to support a number of operational modes inluding 3-step intensity
adjustment, and switching the system between visual and IR.
The solar powered helipad light and other Avlite fixtures may be supplied integrated with a solar Pilot Activated Lighting Control (PALC) for remote operation of an unmanned heliport.Features:
High intensity, energy efficient LEDs & custom lens optic designed specifically for helipad operations
- 3-step intensity adjustment, including temporary high mode & dusk-till-dawn operation in low intensity mode
- Low profile to suit industry requirements and frangible point. Custom lens optic designed specifically for helipad operations
- Worldwide 2.4GHz encrypted RF radio control
- Optional NVG Mode - Illumination invisible to naked eye to support covert operations
- Charging port - assists in keeping batteries charged when in storage, enables fast-charging for demanding usage profiles and facilitates fast-charging for poor solar environments