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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Obstruction Lights:

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Yes.
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Yes, all obstruction lights in our range have the following certificates:

  • Type certificate - certificate of type competence from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Czech Republic
  • Type certificate - consent to the use of air land in civil aviation of the Slovak Republic
  • Certificate - from the Ministry of Defence on type recognition
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12 V, 24 V, 48 V or 100-240 V
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  • Low intensity D860 and RTO - CYKY-J 3x1.5 or CYKY-J 3x2.0, depending on the length of the power cord
  • Medium red/white obstruction lights: D564, D664, BT2100 - 14 AWG 3-5 wires or YSLYCY-JZ 5x1.5
  • For medium dual  obstruction lights: D1RW, D1CW, BT3100 - 14/16 AWG 5 wires or YSLYCY-JZ 7x1.5
  • FG2001B, FG2006B and FG3001B have their own special cable, the necessary length must be ordered together with the  obstruction light
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It does not have to, but also due to possible mechanical damage we recommend. They should also have protection against UV radiation and thermal wear. It is recommended to guide the cables through a pipe or protector.
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According to Aviation Regulation L14 Title 6/EASA CS-ADR-DSN:

  • Low intensity - if the object is less extensive and its height above the level of the surrounding terrain is less than 45 m
  • Medium intensity - height of an object or group of buildings with a height from 45 m and not more than 150 m
  • High intensity - objects higher than 150 m above the level of the surrounding terrain

The type used will always be decided by the Civil Aviation Authority or the Aviation Administration of the Slovak Republic. If the repair of the designated building is not carried out, it is only replacing existing obstruction lights, obstruction lights of the same type may be used.
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If it is an exchange for the same type of intensity, there is no need.
(E.g.: Low intensity for low intensity - new flight lights)
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Obstruction lights have built-in overvoltage protection, but additional protection is recommended because obstruction lights are usually placed at the highest point of the designated object.
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Unfortunately, this is not possible with low intensity, but their lifespan of 100,000 hours makes up for this handicap. All other obstruction lights have interchangeable sources in the form of a spare part.

Key Boxes:

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The key box varies according to construction, but typically has 24, 32, or 64 positions. A seal is hung at each position, which has a steel wire and can be hung with keys. The recommended amount is up to about 10 keys, depending on their size. Rights are then assigned to individual positions (volumes of keys).
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Yes. What is small and can be placed on a cable can be placed in a box. E.g. shared car keys, fuel cards, chips, unique tools, etc. In addition, it is also possible to place in the vault, for example, evacuation radio, STOP buttons and others. These will then be behind the locked blind and can be blocked/unblocked according to the user's permissions.
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For outdoor use (water, dust, ...) a red fire box can be used (Sofim spol. s r.o.: Elektronický klíčový trezor - požární provedení). The box does not have to contain an evacuation radio and may be in a different colour upon agreement. Of course, it can also be used indoors. Other types are intended for indoor areas, but you can use, for example, a switchboard cabinet with outdoor cover, in which the box will be placed and then other types can be used outdoors.
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The key box has several security levels. The vault design itself is made of thick-walled sheet metal. Everything is hidden behind the blind/door, which is unlocked only after the user has been verified. Each position then has its own unique codes, so it cannot be returned any other way than where it belongs. There are records of each key movement, so you can tell who tampered with the key and when.
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A key box can work independently, but it is preferable to have a centralized system where there is one central database and the vaults then exchange data with that database. You can connect any number of key boxes to a central database.
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Permissions can be managed conveniently in a Web configuration environment. After logging in, the authorized person has the option to set keys, manage users, create key groups, set time permissions, and more.
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The key box requires 230 V/6 A/50 Hz power for its operation. Installation is carried out by hanging on the wall. For plasterboard, and otherwise unsuitable materials for attachment, then a box can be built on a pedestal and only secured against the wall.
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Yes. We will be happy to show you the key box and show you all its functions at our company. Do not hesitate to contact us and make an appointment.
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Yes, it's possible. We are very flexible and we will adapt the solution to suit you exactly. It's all a matter of arrangement.
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The key box supports the Wiegand reader format, so if this technology is supported, it can also be used for user authentication. In addition, other authentication methods such as Pin or biometric authentication (face, fingerprint, etc.) can be added.
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Yes. Includes a backup power supply of 12 V battery. If the power outage is longer, the person instructed can open the vault and release the key/keychain.