500P Micro Lite Beacon
Low-profile Single Flash Strobe
Meets FAA Advisory Circular No: AC 150/5210-5D light intensity specifications for Airport Operations Vehicles, Airport Security Vehicles, Airfield Service Vehicles, Aircraft Support Vehicles, and TLTV Aircraft Tow Vehicles.
- 12 – 28VDC
- Universal mounting
- Built-in RFI filters
- Solid state power supply
- Xenon strobe lamp
- Available in amber, blue, clear, green, purple, and red
- 2 year warranty on power supply
- 1 year warranty on lamp
- NEMA 4X
- Meets FAA AC 150/5210-5D
|Flash Rate||70 to 90 flashes per minute|
|Light Output||200 effective candlepower (ECP)* from 0ᵒ horizontal up to 10ᵒ above the horizontal|
|Voltage and Amperage||12-28VDC draws 0.8A average @ 12VDC tapering to 0.4A average @ 24VDC|
|Power Supply Output 8 Watts||6 joules per flash. 600,000 peak candlepower**|
|Size and Weight||5.25” tall x 5.5” dia. x 2.0 lbs ( 133mm x 140mm x 0.9kg )|
|Pipe Mount||Use 1/2-14 NPSL Straight Pipe Thread|
Architect and Engineer Specifications
The visual warning signaling device shall be Tomar model 500P or approved equal. The light source shall be a plug-in field replaceable single-flash xenon strobe tube. The strobe light shall have a Lexan® lens and universal mount base. The warning signal must have built-in RFI filters to protect against radio interference and spike voltages. It shall be polarity protected, and have a power supply fully potted in polyurethane. The power supply output shall be 8 watts and generate 6 joules per flash. Voltage shall be multiple input of 12-28VDC. Strobe light shall be designed to accept a dome guard, 180 degree lens blackout, and straight or coiled cigar plug.
*ECP (Effective Candlepower) is the intensity that would appear to an observer if the light were burning steadily.
**Peak Candlepower is the maximum light intensity generated by a flashing light during its light pulse.