Wind Turbine


Point Lighting manufactures FAA, ICAO & hazardous area listed wind turbine obstruction lighting systems. Available with interface to compatible external Aircraft Detection Lighting Systems (ALDS).

FAA Wind Turbine Obstruction Lighting Charts from Advisory Circular 70/7460-1M:

  • FAA Advisory Circular 70/7460-1 Figure A-29               Download Chart
  • FAA Advisory Circular 70/7460-1 Paragraph 13.8          Download Chart
  • Temporary lighting during wind turbine construction

PFB-37003 LED red flashing wind turbine obstruction beacon

  • LED FAA L-864 & ICAO medium intensity Type B
  • For onshore & offshore wind turbines in wind farms
  • Self-contained with onboard GPS & photocontrol

PFB-37003-SOL Solar powered red flashing wind turbine obstruction beacon

  • LED FAA L-864 & ICAO medium intensity Type B
  • For temporary or permanent use
  • For wind turbines

PFB-37004 LED dual red-white wind turbine obstruction beacon

  • LED FAA L-864/865 & ICAO medium intensity types A & B
  • For day & night marking of wind turbines

PL11640 Light Control Module (LCM)

  • Interface for Aircraft Detection Lighting Systems (ADLS)
  • For wind turbines to switch the obstruction lighting
  • Compatible with Detect Harrier & Terma Scanter

PL11609-1 UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply

  • Automatic operation upon loss of power & upon restoration of power
  • Automatic Battery Charging

POL-21007-SOL Portable or permanent solar powered LED wind turbine obstruction light

  • LED FAA L-810 & ICAO low intensity Types A & B
  • For temporary use during turbine construction
  • Compliance with FAA paragraph 13.8

PSL-35002-C057 Helicopter hoist status light system

• CAP 437 LED flashing green helihoist status light for hoist & winching operations
• Safe area & Class I, Division 2 & Zone 2 for offshore marine sites & wind turbines

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