Solar Blue LED Light Airport Taxiway Marker

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Part# 11-09385
MFR Model# BSL-05D TW


  • Emits blue LED light from both sides.
  • Poly Carbonate, Poly Crystalline Silicon fixture
  • Maintenance Free
  • LED Visibility over 1/2 mile
  • Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries
  • Secures to asphalt or concrete w/2 part epoxy
  • Approximately 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 3/4"
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


  • Designed to withstand 20 tons PSI
  • Built for extreme weather conditions
  • Three (3) to five (5) year life span
  • Maintenance FREE
  • Batteries charge in approximately four (4) hours using the suns energy
  • Markers operate all night (8 or more hours on a full charge). Once cycled, units operate for several days without additional charging
  • LED lights are super bright: LED brightness equates to 35 lumens, Visible over mile, Visible from 2000 at 3 miles out
  • Application Areas: Airport Runways (Asphalt, Concrete, Turf, Dirt), Airport Taxiways, Airport Fueling Stations, Airport Hangers, Fire Hydrants Indicators, Airport Roadways (Bypasses / Bridges, Traffic cluster sites), Dock markers


Purchased for a float plane dock. They feel high quality and have a nice weight to them (They are filled solid with no voids) but expectations are high for these as the cost is very steep. Will be interesting to see how many seasons they last (Batteries are not replaceable in these).

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July 20, 2022

I have been using these at my hangar home in Southern Arizona for over two years. They are still working and they’re maintenance free. They have done well in the blistering heat. Seems like they illuminate right at sundown and then they work all night. I have driven over them many times with my heavy truck without any problem. Each unit has FOUR lights on it. I believe they are LEDs. Occasionally, one of these will not illuminate. I would’ve given these five stars but occasionally one of the lights will go out for a day or two. But then maybe after a day or two they’ll work again. Don’t know why but it’s not related to temperature or humidity or amount of rainfall. So if you don’t want to do trenching to run conduit you might consider these

Carter B
December 26, 2018


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Q: Are the Solar Blue LED Airport Taxiway lights FAA approved?

No. These lights do not have any FAA approval.

Q: May I ask if the light is steady ON blue or blinking?

These are steady on.

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