Key features

  • Controller for systems with Orga Aeronautical Obstruction Lights, Helihoist Lights, Search and Rescue Lights, ID Lights and Visibility Sensors
  • System status monitoring and fail interface
  • Manual control override of connected lights
  • No (internal) wires
  • Integrated Over Voltage Protection
  • Communication via Modbus over TCP/IP
  • Ethernet communication, with Cyber Security elements implemented
  • Base module with Input & Output (I/O) for dedicated functions
  • Cost-efficient housing design, meeting C3 corrosion robustness
  • Simple cable connection for easy installation
  • Supplied with EMC cable glands and blind plugs
  • No maintenance during service life
  • Two-year warranty
Standards/Certification

  • ICAO Annex 14, volume l; International standards and recommended practices: Aerodrome design and operations, 8th Edition, 2018, chapter 6 (for systems incl. CIP402 controllers and obstruction lights)
  • United States Federal Aviation Administration AC 70/7460-1L; Obstruction Marking and Lighting, 2018 (for systems incl. CIP402 controllers and obstruction lights)
  • Various national approvals (for systems incl. CIP402 controllers and obstruction lights)

Physical characteristics

  • Dimensions: See drawing
  • Weight: 7 Kg
  • Design degree of protection:
    IP65
  • Operating temperature range:
    -40° C to +55° C
  • Shipping information:
    351x515x123 Cm; 8 kg
Performance characteristics

  • Controls up to ninety Orga aeronautical obstruction lights
  • Ethernet interface for remote system monitoring and control
  • Ethernet connection CAT6 with RJ45
  • connection compatible with standard IEEE 802.3u
  • Overall system fail contact
  • I/O interface for control using 24Vdc input
  • Additional I/O module for control
  • Signals optional main–standby light

Electrical characteristics

  • Operating voltage: See table
  • Power consumption: 4 W
  • Overvoltage protection: Class III according to IEC61643-1