The 860 Series Multi-Purpose LED Light fulfills the needs of engineers and architects requiring a rugged, weather-proof fixture in color alternatives to the standard red obstruction lights. Available in green, yellow, blue and white, these fixtures are equally at home in an office building, on the Arctic Tundra, or a sailboat. Truly the LED solution to your lighting challenges.
Aviation Lighting and Accessories
Ronfell are key suppliers of airfield lighting to military, civilian and charity organisations throughout the world. We supply a wide range of ground support equipment, and airfield lighting including runway lights, obstruction lights, taxiway lights and approach lights.
These products are used by tower and crane operators, civil and regional airfields and construction companies as well as the military.
Ronfell only supply airfield lighting products that have been built to the most exacting standards and are designed for dependability, durability and versatility.
If you require the best in Airfield lighting then look no further than Ronfell Airfield Lighting Solutions.
We ship world wide, so please contact us for further information or for a quote.
Speed & Portability
Solar powered airfield lighting can be deployed quickly in the most demanding of situations, enabling temporary airfields to be quickly lit and then dismantled as required. The need for generators or cabling is eliminated because no external power source is required.
The combination of solar power and LED light sources can reduce your energy bill for lighting by 100%. The batteries in these solar powered units are able to store energy to operate lighting for up to 120 days without charging.
"As the lights are 100% solar powered, we've been able to minimise the environmental footprint and maintenance costs by using a renewable energy light source. We've been able to install them in the more remote areas of the airport, where there is no access to power supplies. This has saved the airport over £170,000 of installation costs to lay electrics to these areas."
Steve Thurston, Southampton Airport's Senior Development Manager.