VENICE. Venice Marco Polo Airport is the international airport serving Venice and the fifth-busiest airport in Italy. After more than 20 years, VCE airport took the big decision to replace all old halogen AGL with new LED AGL. The two runways are now full equipped with ADBSG LED Flashing lights system. On a night without clouds, you might be able to see the flashing lights system in action from the tower of San Marco.
Venice reeplaced all old halogen AGL with new LED AGL
After more than 20 years, VCE airport took the big decision to replace all old halogen AGL with new LED AGL. the two runways are now full equipped with ADBSG LED Flashing lights system. The last week of November 2019 all 4 system were fully operation and ready to be activated. Our service engineers are still on-site finished the last tasks of the commissioning for CCR.
The new LED flashing system of VCE airport is ready on both runway:
– 2 RTIL systems on runway 22R and 22L
-2 systems with a sequence flashing lights from 1 to 21 and RTIL on runway 04R and 04L
Led flashing system with only one cabinet in the substation and a power cable going from light to light; with a mix of elevated and inset lights is the best way to help pilots during the approach.
Thanks for the support Mario Di Stefano.
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The RELIANCE approach system for LED Sequential Flashing (SFL) and Threshold Identification Lights (TIL) is available with inset and elevated light fixtures. The RELIANCE Approach Flash System enables static (installation) or dynamic (configuration settings) system configurations, and single light control even in standby mode, to enhance visibility in all low and poor visibility conditions. The system supports up to CAT-III operations.
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