To meet your requirements in the control of low and medium intensity aeronautical obstruction lights, Orga offers the CIP400 and MLC400 control panels. In controlling obstruction lights, the CIP400 serves as an interface between the lights and other components in the system, such as a visibility meter. It ensures that the necessary communication takes place between all the obstruction lights in the system. The MLC400, which is a separate control and monitoring device, plays a similar role, but communicates mainly with low-intensity marker lights. Both these obstruction light system controllers are part of Orga’s aeronautical obstruction lights system.
The Orga CIP400 and MLC400 are the results of Orga’s continuous efforts to stay at the forefront of emerging technologies and thus give our customers the competitive advantage they need in the wind industry. They are used for the control and management of obstruction lights on wind turbines and other high rise structures. The CIP400, which is designed to work with Orga’s high, medium intensity lights, always plays an intrinsic role in the control and management of an obstruction lighting system. Its ethernet port provides remote status information and system diagnostics, making it possible to monitor the lights for potential irregularities. Depending on the height of the wind-turbine cabins in an obstruction light system, it is sometimes necessary to also include low-intensity marker lights. These marker lights can then be controlled by the MLC400, which, in turn communicates with the CIP400 controller to form an integral system.
As the controllers CIP400 and MLC400 demonstrate, our investments in new technology and product research reflect our commitment to continue producing innovative and precision-engineered obstruction lighting systems to help minimise operational costs and costs of ownership. Thanks to a number of key advantages, we’ve made the choice of Orga’s control panels for managing and controlling your aeronautical obstruction lighting systems an easy one. The compact-sized CIP400, for example, offers full system operation management, advanced control facilities, straightforward installation, easy connectivity to your own communication system, a manual control override facility and zero maintenance over its service life. Through a webserver interface, its Ethernet port enables communication between up to 90 Orga obstruction lights that the CIP400 can accommodate.
Meanwhile, the equally compact MLC400, which can control up to eight Orga low intensity lights, boasts low power consumption and ease of installation. Furthermore, with individual light monitoring status reporting and remote monitoring output for the light status, the controller enjoys optimum compatibility with the CIP400. Clearly, when it comes to showing the way ahead, Orga is way ahead.