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Orga, an international developer of aviation obstruction lights, has released a new light-emitting diode (LED) obstruction light for wind turbines.

According to the company, the new L350-864-G is a medium-intensity red LED flashing obstruction light. It includes an automatic day-night controller and a status-monitoring unit. Each light requires one standard 110-230Vac power connection, making it easy to install, the company says. In addition, it complies with all U.S. Federal Aviation Authority standards.

For more information on the light, contact Houston-based TWR Lighting Inc. at (740) 754-1422 or visit twrlighting.com.


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