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PRODUCT PROFILE
built to interface with new or existing
facility management systems.
Control-Link
gives
a i rport
managers adaptive controls based on
gate usage. This means lighting levels
will increase and decrease based on the
gate schedule in order to save power
when not in use.
The system can also reduce
energy consumption. At McCarran
International Airport, Musco's lighting
cut energy consumption by 54 percent
compared to the prior lighting. It also
reduced CO2 emissions by 7,601 metric
tons over ten years.
Musco Lighting has a wide customer
base for the TLC for LED technology,
according to DeJong.
" We sell directly to airports of all
sizes, FBOs and governmental/military
entities. Musco is also involved in the
design process prior to the sale to ensure
lighting standards will be achieved, "
DeJong said. " In those situations, we
will work with architects, contractors
and engineers through the product
selection and specification process. "
DeJong noted Musco gets great
feedback from its customers on the TLC
for LED technology.
" The most common feedback
we receive from customers is how
impressed they are at Musco's ability
to control the light, " he said. " We are
able to increase light levels and improve
uniformity on the apron and deliver cut
off so the pilots and air traffic controllers
aren't affected by glare.
" Contractors often comment on
how easy it is to install a Musco system, "
he added. " The system is designed
using five pieces - precast concrete
base, galvanized steel pole, electrical
components enclosure, wire harness
and the poletop luminaire assembly. It
comes from the factory pre-aimed and
numbered for a streamlined installation
when it arrives on site. "
DeJong said operations
should
consider their geographic location before
investing in new lighting systems to
make sure they get the most life out of
the equipment.
" If the airport is near a saltwater body,
it is essential to take extra steps to protect
equipment from corrosion or water
infiltration so it continues to operate as it
should, " DeJong mentioned. " Extreme
climate conditions like excessive heat
could also affect the performance of the
lighting equipment. So, care should be
taken to ensure the manufacturer is
taking steps necessary to protect the
LEDs and electronics. "
Musco warrants its LED lighting
systems for ten years. The warranty
includes all materials and labor to
maintain the operation and performance
of the lighting system. 
PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
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A704 Solar MIRL
Runway Lights
Carmanah Technologies
Corporation
A704 solar MIRL runway
lights meet FAA and ICAO
standards for runway edge/
threshold/ end and simple approach
lighting. The A704 is lower cost than
traditional runway lights - with no
sacrifice in quality or durability.
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X-Marker
L-893(L)
Runway
Closure
Marker
Wanco Inc.
The Wanco X-Marker is an L-893(L)
lighted visual aid to indicate temporary
runway closure. It warns pilots of
closed airport runways and taxiways,
and protects maintenance crews
working in these areas.
www.aviationpros.com/21154138
Q4626 Halogen Aircraft Taxi Lamp
Amglo
Amglo's Q4626 halogen aircraft taxi lamp offers a
1,000-hour life and stretched filament technology,
which is used to meet extreme beam
angle requirements set by the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI).
It maintains 25,000 candela output
throughout lamp life and is a direct
replacement fit, form and function for the incandescent 4626.
www.aviationpros.com/21165836
MCLO Monitoring
Control Lamp Optical
MC Solutions
Monitor and control AGL is a matter
of safety and low consumption for a
sustainable and efficient new tech.
www.aviationpros.com/21231670
Solar Airfield Light
S4GA
The SP-401 solar airfield light is the key component
of S4GA runway lighting systems. It is
certified and compliant with the International
Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO),
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and
Standardization Agreement (STANAG). The light
operates continuously for 365 days a year on solar energy.
S4GA solar airfield lighting is applicable for non-precision
airports as primary runway illumination and for category
I, II and III runways as a backup solution.
www.aviationpros.com/21154164
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of July-August_2021

Inside the Fence
Industry Update
FBOs Make a Strong Case for Increasing Charter, Flightschool Business, Other Service Offerings
Legal Matters
New Technology Takes Control of Baggage Systems
Innovating Airport Operations
TAC Air Expands and Improves in Amarillo
PFAS-Contaminated Drinking Water: A Growing Concern for Airports
Airports by the Thousands
Satellites Have the Power to Transform the Aviation Industry
Product Focus
July-August_2021 - 1
July-August_2021 - 2
July-August_2021 - 3
July-August_2021 - 4
July-August_2021 - Inside the Fence
July-August_2021 - Industry Update
July-August_2021 - 7
July-August_2021 - 8
July-August_2021 - 9
July-August_2021 - FBOs Make a Strong Case for Increasing Charter, Flightschool Business, Other Service Offerings
July-August_2021 - 11
July-August_2021 - Legal Matters
July-August_2021 - 13
July-August_2021 - New Technology Takes Control of Baggage Systems
July-August_2021 - 15
July-August_2021 - 16
July-August_2021 - 17
July-August_2021 - 18
July-August_2021 - 19
July-August_2021 - Innovating Airport Operations
July-August_2021 - 21
July-August_2021 - 22
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July-August_2021 - 24
July-August_2021 - 25
July-August_2021 - TAC Air Expands and Improves in Amarillo
July-August_2021 - 27
July-August_2021 - 28
July-August_2021 - 29
July-August_2021 - PFAS-Contaminated Drinking Water: A Growing Concern for Airports
July-August_2021 - 31
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July-August_2021 - Airports by the Thousands
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July-August_2021 - 35
July-August_2021 - Satellites Have the Power to Transform the Aviation Industry
July-August_2021 - 37
July-August_2021 - 38
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July-August_2021 - Product Focus
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