The electronic anti collision light 4 (ACL4) is a highly innovative product which contributes to saver airspace.
The new LED technology allows an incredibly excellent, red light with only approx. 10% of the input power compared with conventional lights. The casting in a high-optical plastic makes the ACL absolutely insensitive against water, vibrations and other environmental influence. The efficiency of the output is much higher, than with conventional electric light bulbs. The self-warming of the ACL is low and can be determined as safe. To avoid overheating, the heat balance is controlled electronically.
The ACL4 has additionally a serial FLARM-Interface. With this interface (19.200 Baud, 8 Bit, No Parity, 1 Stop-Bit) a PowerFLARM unit can send the emergency level (0-3) and thus control the action replay of the ACL4. Important: connect the shielding of the cable only at the ground of the Power-FLARM to avoid buzz loops and therefore interference.
The ACL4 is part of our energy strategy „Intelligent Synchronisation“. This increases the visibility of aircraft and improves the energy management at once. Available elements of the Intelligent Synchronisation are: EPL2, EPTA-LSA, ELL50, ELL60, ELL80is, ERBis, ERB-His, ERB-SFi, ERB2, ACL4.
This anti collision light for ultra light aircraft is designed to be mounted at a suitable position at the tail unit or at the top of the stabilizer. Please adhere to the following instructions for a professional mounting of the ACL. The illumination angle complies to the regulations for general aviation.
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Yes, this does meet the requirements for legal flying at night for experimental aircraft.
The Lights by Thiesen Gmbh have no need for external mounting brackets, or power sources other than, a 12 volt power supply. They merely need a flat surface to mount to, that will support the 2 screws.
No, this is intended for installation in experimental aircraft only.