Approach, LED, Runway & Apron
LED Elevated Medium Intensity Runway Light
LE-MIRL – LED Elevated Medium Intensity Runway Light is part of the latest generation Medium Intensity Lights for the next generation of airports. Using the newest technologies available, the LE-MIRL – LED ELEVATED MEDIUM INTENSITY RUNWAY LIGHT is tougher and safer than older generations of Medium Intensity Lights in the market. Thanks to its near-maintenance free promise, it is more reliable and sustainable than existing products currently available and its IP 68 grade adds to its outstanding performance. The LE-MIRL – LED Elevated Medium Intensity Runway Lights can be used as Runway Edge, Threshold and Stoplights.
|Height incl. installation||14″ (35,5 cm)|
|Height incl. installation||20″ (50,8 cm)|
|Height incl. installation||24″ (60,9cm)|
|Height incl. installation||30″ (76,2cm)|
COMPLIANT with the Current Edition of the following Specs:
FAA (AC150/5345-46, EB67)
AP-170 (Chapter 3.1)
CASA (Manual of Standards Part 139)
|FAA (L-861)||11.5W / 11.6 VA|
|FAA (L-861E)||13.8W / 13.9 VA|
|FAA (L-861 SE)||7.4W / 7.5VA|
|AP-170||15.9W / 16.2 VA|
|CASA MOS||17.1W / 17.3VA|
Arctic Kit: electric device, thermostatically controlled, that heats the area near the prisms (inset fixtures) or the external glass lens (elevated fixtures) favoring the melting of the ice and/or snow; thus avoids the light beam obstruction with a behaviour similar to a traditional halogen lamp. Less than 12 VA.
Monitoring: electronic device that returns information of open circuit at the secondary of the isolation transformer in case of failure of a luminous LED source or control board.