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OL800 Temporary Solar Obstruction Light

Wind Turbines Under Construction

The OL800 is a temporary FAA L-810 solar LED obstruction lighting system for temporary installations like MET mast towers and during wind turbine construction. The compact, integrated design is stand-alone, maintenance-free and includes a high-efficiency LED light source, solar panels and battery.

 

Standard Features

  • Patented Energy Management System (EMS) for increased autonomy
  • Top-mounted LED user interface with simple tap-to-activate functionality
  • Long-life Luxeon Rebel LEDs
  • Solar panels on all 4 sides simplify installation and reduce battery charge time
  • Replaceable and recyclable batteries to extend product life
  • Ships pre-programmed for FAA L-810 applications unless otherwise specified

 

System Options and Accessories

  • Infrared LEDs for compliance with FAA AC 150/5345-43J
  • Standard and extended mounting brackets
  • Infrared programmer for remote control
  • Choice of battery pack sizes to meet desired autonomy

 

Regulatory Compliance

  • FAA L-864 per FAA AC 150/5345-43G
  • ICAO Medium Intensity type B
  • CAR 621 CL-810
  • Australian CASA low intensity obstacle light

 

Warranty

  • 3-year warranty
  • 1-year warranty on battery

 

OL800 CompactOL800 StandardOL800 Large
  • Autonomy: 7+ days in mid to high sun
  • Battery pack: 63 Wh, X-cells
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs (4.5 kg)
  • Autonomy: 7-10 days
  • Battery pack: 100 Wh, E-cells
  • Weight: 14 lbs (6.4 kg)
  • Autonomy: 10-14 days, tough solar locations
  • Battery pack: 210 Wh, BC-cells
  • Weight: 22.4 lbs (10.2 kg)

 

Per section 13.8 of FAA AC 70/7460-1L: a steady-burning red L-810 is required during construction if the permanent flashing L-864 is not in place. If power is not available, structures should be lit with a self-contained, solar-powered, steady burning red LED light meeting the photometric requirements of an FAA L-810.

 

Per FAA Engineering Brief 76, temporary solar lighting systems must have 7 days of autonomy at 32.5 candela. Autonomy refers to how long the light will last if all solar charging is removed. A light with 7 days of autonomy should shine for 7 consecutive nights if there is no sunlight or charging during those days.

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    Optical
    High-powered LEDs meet IES LM-80 lumen maintenance
    FAA: L-810 per FAA Advisory Circular AC 150/5345-43F (red)
    ICAO: ICAO Annex 14 Low-Intensity Types A & B (5th and 6th editions) (red)
    CASA: 10 cd (Part 139, Vol. 2)
    ICAO, SAE25050 (FAA) and FAA EB 67 compliant chromaticity: Red, green, white and yellow
    Energy Collection
    High-efficiency solar cells
    Maximum power point tracking with temperature compensation (MPPT-TC)
    Energy Storage
    Pure-lead VRLA AGM battery, rated for -85° to 176° F (-65° to 80° C)
    Onboard battery status and charging port
    Replaceable and recyclable battery designed for 5-year lifespan
    Battery
    Compact: (60X) X-cells, 63 Wh
    Standard: (96E) E-cells, 100.8 Wh
    Large: (200BC) BC-cells, 210 Wh
    Flash Patterns
    Steady on and flash patterns
    Energy Management System (EMS)
    Intelligent microprocessor
    Automatic Light Control (ALC)
    Automatically adjusts to low levels of sunlight to ensure continuous operation
    Programming
    Integrated 4-character LED display
    Optional infrared programmer available
    GPS Synchronization
    Optional GPS enables 2 or more lanterns to flash in unison
    Construction
    Waterproof, vented battery compartment
    Premium-grade, UV-resistant polycarbonate head and lens
    Polycarbonate/polysiloxane co-polymer base
    Environmentally friendly, durable powder-coated aluminum chassis (applied by trivalent chromate process)
    Thermoplastic gaskets
    Top color indicator matches LED output
    Integrated handle
    Bird deterrent included
    Temperature
    -22° to 122° F (-30° to 50° C) optimal
    -40° to 176° F (-40° to 80° C) maximum
    Mounting
    3 or 4 bolt 7.87″ (200 mm) mounting pattern
    Weight
    Compact: 9.9 lb (4.5 kg)
    Standard: 14 lb (6.4 kg)
    Large: 22.4 lb (10.2 kg)
    Wind Loading
    161. mph (72 m/s)
    Ice Loading
    0.03 psi (22 kg/m2)
    Shock and Vibration
    MIL-STD-202G
    Ingress
    EN 60529 IP 68 immersion
    MIL-STD-202G immersion & damp heat cycling
    MIL-STD-810G rain & salt fog
    Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
    FAA-STD-0193, EN61000-4-2

     

    Order Options and Peak Intensity

    ModelOutputSolar EngineInfraredControlCharge PortChassis
    OL800
    Red 209 cd*
    Green 289 cd
    White 374 cd
    Yellow 319 cd
    Compact
    Standard
    Large
    None
    Infrared
    None
    GPS sync
    None
    Charge port
    Yellow

     

    *Infrared only available in red. Intensity capped at 70 cd.

    Compliance

    FAA logoTransport Canada CAR 621 logoICAO logoAustralian Civil Aviation Authority (CASA) logoService technique de l'Aviation civile (STAC) logo
    Intertek OL800 Certification for FAA, CAR 621, CASA and ICAO standards
    STAC OL800 Certification for ICAO Low Intensity Type A
    STAC OL800 Certification for ICAO Low Intensity Type B
    STAC OL800 Certification for ICAO Low Intensity Type C

     

    Datasheet

    OL800 wind datasheet
    Solar obstruction accessories datasheet

     

    Current Manual

    OL800 manual
    Manuals for older product revisions can be found in the Knowledge Base.

     

    Quick Start Guide