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Product Focus: ADB Solar Airfield LED Lighting

April 3, 2013

ADB Ground Lighting
airports can reduce their environmental impact by choosing ADB’s range of energy efficient products, according to the company. The end to end airfield ground lighting solution from ADB uses the latest technologies and alternate energy sources to reduce power consumption at every level.

The solution comprises the new AD-lights, EREL High intensity runway LED lights including existing taxiway LED lights, Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) controlled regulators, the ALCS remote control, as well as the AGLAS individual lamp control and monitoring systems. It includes Advanced Power Supply (APS) and solar-powered low-intensity lights, which are durable, commercially available solutions.

AD-lights are a key component of the solution, addressing the end-to-end lighting needs of runway and taxiway areas and reducing power consumption by up to 70 percent.

ADB’s remote control system for airfield ground lighting combined with the AGLAS individual control and monitoring system (ILCMS) which has been installed at the Doha International Airport makes efficient use of energy by switching the lights on only where and when needed. The company’s solar-powered lights not only offer energy savings by using integrated photovoltaic solar panels but also substantially reduce the cost of installation, cabling, and civil works.
Under the turnkey airfield project, ADB is supplying equipment for comprehensive runway lighting including LED’s for the taxiway; an Airfield Lighting Control System; AGLAS, an individual light control and monitoring system; and power equipment including the MCR3 Constant Current Regulator. In addition a surface movement radar, a meteorological system, and a noise and air pollution monitoring system will be installed;



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