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Modern Solutions for Operation Phase

 

Sabik Offshore products are tailored to comply with ICAO, FAA, CAA, AVV or STAC depending on the region of application. In addition to low, medium and high intensity lights we supply search and rescue, heli hoist and helicopter corridor solutions.

The aviation system is seamlessly integrated with the marine navigation system providing a single user interface for monitoring and control.

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Improved Safety with Helicopter Corridor Lights

 

A corridor of illuminated turbine towers provides a safe and defined passage for helicopter pilots to access a helipad within an offshore wind farm. Designed to satisfy the most stringent technical requirements as well as allowing for remote control as a native NAi device, the Sabik ALS-500 NAi provides safety without sacrificing simplicity. 

 

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Less Light Pollution with ADLS

 

The Aircraft Detection Lighting System uses a radar to scan the area around a wind farm for aircraft. At night red obstruction lights can be turned off until an aircraft has entered a predefined area. The wind farm will be visibly marked as an obstruction as the aircraft is tracked through the detection zone. Once the aircraft leaves the area the lights are turned off again. Initial studies have shown that lights are off an average of 96% of the time

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Simple Solutions for Construction Phase

Sabik Offshore offers simple solutions for temporary marking of offshore structures in the construction phase using low intensity solar LED obstruction lighting with self-contained lanterns in an easy to install, low-maintenance package. 

Our systems meet ICAO requirements for Low Intensity Obstacle Lights Type A and Type B, according to ICAO Annex 14, Volume 1, 5th Edition, July 2009 and 6th Edition, July 2013 (Red).

Compliant with Obstruction Light Type L-810 as per FAA Advisory Circular AC 150/5345-43G 09/26/12 (Red).

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EXPERIENCE of Aviation Obstruction Lighting

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