JCL10F LED Portable Solar Runway(Taxiway) Light

  • Min.Order Quantity: 1 Piece/Pieces
  • Supply Ability: 10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
  • Port: Shanghai
  • Payment Terms: L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Westernunion, Paypal
  • Product Detail

    Features& Benefits


    Typical Applications

    Installation dimension


    The solar powered JCL10F is a field proven runway/taxiway light that offers enormous benefits  over  traditional  battery  and  hard-wired  runway/taxiway  lights  including  low maintenance and no underground wiring.

    These completely self-contained LED lights are designed to suit a range of aviation and general applications including emergency airstrip, caution, taxiway, and threshold lighting. The unit has two high-performance solar modules mounted within the lens, which maximize solar collection and provide reliable operation in a range of environmental conditions. The focal plane of the light is designed to provide a vertical divergence of between 0 and +7 degrees, and the user-replaceable battery ensures a service life of up to 7-8 years.

    The  JCL10F  is  made  from  tough,  durable  UV  stabilized  LEXAN  polycarbonate,  and incorporates an internal photodiode for automatic night activation once the ambient light threshold drops sufficiently.

    Completely self-contained and able to be installed in minutes, the JCL10F is the preferred choice of remote airfields throughout China-where the units mark indigenous and regional council’s airstrips, and mining strips around the country.


    The JCL10F-HI is a high intensity version of the popular JCL10F and is ideal for use in high sunlight areas that receive a minimum of 3.5 hours of sun per day.

    Both JCL10F&JCL10F-HI has charging port, which can be connected to electrical power to charging the battery

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  • • Integrated solar/battery system

    • Dual Internal high-performance solar modules angled to maximize solar collection

    • Fast & easy to deploy-no programming

    • IP68 waterproof rating

    • User-replaceable battery

    • Ultra-high intensity LEDs(no changing globes ever)

    • With charging port(optional)

    JCL10F JCL10F-HI
    Light source ultra-high intensity LEDs ultra-high intensity LEDs
    Available colors Red, Green, White, Amber, Blue Red, Green, White, Amber, Blue,
    Peak Intensity(cd) Steady-on: Blue-2.8  Red-6.8   Green-9.0  White-7.0 Yellow-6.5Flashing: Blue-5.5  Red-18.2Green-21.9  White-19.1  Yellow-15.1 Steady-on: Blue-4.5 Red-12.1  Green-16.9  White-14.2 Yellow-11.6Flashing:  Blue-29  Red-32.5   Green-34 White-35.1  Yellow-31.1
    Visible distance(km) Flashing: >4 kmSteady-on:>2.5 km Flashing:>7.6 kmSteady-on:>4 km
    Horizontal Output(degree) 360 360
    Vertical Divergence(degree) 0 to +7 0 to +7
    Reflector Type Omni directional 360̊ LED Reflector Omni directional 360̊ LED Reflector
    Led life Expectancy(hrs) >100,000 >100,000
    Operating Voltage(V) 3.6 3.6
    Temperature Range -30 to 55 -30 to 55
    Solar module Type Multicrystalline Multicrystalline
    Output(watts) 1.8(watt) 4.8(watt)
    Charging regulation 17 17
    Power supply Microprocessor controlled Microprocessor controlled
    Battery type High grade NiMH-Environmentally Friendly High grade NiMH-Environmentally Friendly
    Battery Capacity(Ah) 8 8
    Nominal Voltage(V) 3.6 3.6
    Autonomy(nights) Steady-on: >10Flashing: >20 Steady-on: >4Flashing: >10
    Body material Die casting aluminum Die casting aluminum
    Lens Material Polycarbonate (UV stabilized) Polycarbonate (UV stabilized)
    Lens Design External optics with interior flute design External optics with interior flute design
    Humidity 0 to 100% 0 to 100%
    Product life Expectancy Up to 8 years Up to 8 years
    Warranty 5 years on the light, and 2 years on the battery 5 years on the light, and 2 years on the battery

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    • FAA AC150/5370-2F for construction and barricade installations

    • ICAO Annex 14 Volume 1,‘Aerodrome Design and Operations, paragraph