CBL08A Control panel

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  • Port: Shanghai
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    CBL08A Control boxl employs MCU IC control technology. With pre-programmed software, CBL08A can control up to 8 aviation obstruction lights. When any light fails, the control box  will send an alarm signal to alarm device in BTS in order for maintenance staff to replace the light immediately. If required, it can turn on all lights in the system and make them flash at the same time. A photocell is integrated in the control box, which can turn On/Off the system at dawn and dusk. The photocell should be installed in outside. CBL08A has an surge protector which can resist up to 65KA, 2.2KV.


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  • Operating voltage DC48V/AC110V-240V Alarm output 8 channels
    Control sub channel 8 channels Flashing rate 20~60times/mins(Adjustable)
    On/off level 70~100Lux Alarm Dry contact alarm
    Steady burning and flashing mode available
    Operating temperature -30˚C ~ +70˚C IP Protection IP65
    Relative humidity 10% ~ 95% (Nocoagulation) Weight Indoor:6.5Kg
    Material Cold rolled steel/Stainless steel(optional)

    ● Switch on / off several lights synchronously

    ● The alarm signal is relay contact, inactive.

    ● With override manual switch—can switch ON/OFF the light when the photocell is not available

    ● With external photocell, in case of photocell failure, the control will give an alarm

    ● With service and standby function, when the service fails, the control panel will switch on the standby light automatically. Additionally the lamps will alternate operation in 24 hours cycles to ensure the housing does not overheat

    ● Telecommunication Towers & Broadcast

    ● Wind Turbine

    ● High Building

    ● Cranes

    ● Transmission Line Towers

    ● Lighthouses

    ● Chimneys

    ● Bridges

    ● Offshore Oil & Gas Platform

    • ICAO Annex 14, 4th Edition, July 2004
    • FAA AC No. 150/5345-43F, 2006
    • 1223 3212