Single Head Type B Complete Solar Light Assembly (Type 1 & 2)

The solar-powered unit is equipped with a standard AV-OL-ILAB-12-R light-head and uses a single high intensity LED as a light source.

The light fixture is pre-set to ICAO Type B intensity setting (32cd) but can be reduced to ICAO Type A (10cd) if required.

ICAO LIOL Light Functionality

The solar modules charge the battery during daylight hours, and the light automatically begins operation at dusk once the ambient light threshold drops sufficiently.

The assembly is available in two solar/battery configurations to suit a range of installations and ensures years of maintenance-free reliable service. The obstruction light is also available with combined visual and infrared (IR) for visibility to pilots using night vision.

For a redundant failsafe option, the solar assembly can use a dual light with a main light and a standby light. Should the main light ever fail, the standby light will automatically switch on to ensure the obstruction is always clearly marked.

The fixture is designed to comply with the ICAO Annex 14 Volume 1, 'Aerodrome Design and Operations', Fourth edition July 2004, Table 6.3 LIOL Type B.


Optional Features

The AV-OL-ILAB-12-R complete light assembly is also available with the following optional features:

GSM Cell-Phone Monitoring & Control

Cell-Phone Monitoring is available enabling operators to remotely monitor the status of their aviation installations. The system can be configured to send out alarm SMS text messages to designated telephone numbers and/or email addresses.

Radio Control

The complete light assembly is also available with 2.4GHz Radio Control, whereby lights can be operated by a wireless handheld controller enabling personnel to remotely activate the light.



The two types of the light change the optional features that are available:

Type 1

A lighter option with a mass of 30.5kg and the following features:

  • RS422/485 communications port
  • Dual light fixture

Type 2

Provides a larger batter capacity and more powerful solar panel allows for a longer period of autonomy along with options for:

  • 100Ah battery
  • 60-watt solar module
  • RS422/485 communications port
  • Dual light fixture

For full details on the difference between the two models download the brochure.

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