Dialight Launches New Red Light Controller

Controller is designed for FAA A0 and FAA A1 tower structures, cranes, bridges and stacks June 6, 2016

FARMINGDALE, N.J.–LED lighting technology maker Dialight has launched its new A0/A1 Red Controller System. It's designed to control and monitoring of Vigilant obstruction signals on FAA A0 and FAA A1 tower structures, cranes, bridges and stacks.

The A0/A1 Controller System draws in less than three watts, allowing it to make use of small batteries and solar panels. Users can set flash rates at steady-on mode, or at 20, 30 or 40 seconds per minute to meet FAA requirements and for avian protection.

The control and monitoring system can support a maximum of 16 L-810 side markers or 8 L-810 markers and one L-864 beacon.

For more information visit Dialight’s website.

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