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Leading Obstruction Lighting Company Shines With New LED Fixtures

Thu, 07/26/2012 - 7:14am

Hughey & Phillips Introduces a Brand-New LED Obstruction Lighting Solution to Market

Hughey & Phillips (H&P), a global leader in the obstruction lighting industry, announces their new LED based obstruction lighting solution to meet customer needs for longer-lasting, more energy-efficient fixtures, specifically among the renewable energy industry. H&P’s new HORIZONTM line L-810 low-intensity products provide an LED based solution for the FAA L-810 steady burning lights and can be powered using a solar array for renewable energy applications.

The HORIZON™ line of LED obstruction lighting is the next expansion of H&P’s obstruction lighting portfolio. The HORIZON™ L-810 is a steady burn Obstacle Light and is available in both single and double configurations operating at a range of 95-277VAC and also in a range of 9-48 VDC. Both configurations are available as new fixtures and as replacements light modules for existing incandescent obstruction lights.

The new LED product also boasts a life 15 times longer than traditional incandescent lights and uses approximately 96% less power than standard incandescent lamps. Weather-resistant assembly and housing and a self-contained wiring compartment protect the lamp from damage due to extreme environments.

“Taking advantage of the latest in LED technology, Hughey & Phillips has responded to a growing customer demand for our reliable obstruction lighting solutions. Our H&P designed and manufactured HORIZONTM L-810 product outshines and outlasts predecessor incandescent fixtures by significant margins, making them a perfect low-intensity solution for a new generation of obstruction lighting,” said Richard Finkbine, executive vice president of Hughey & Phillips.

To learn more, visit www.hugheyandphillips.com

 

 

July 26, 2012

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