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HA-OL Led obstruction light 110/240 Vac.

Holland Aviation OL 110-240Vac and OL 2.

This obstruction light weighs only 1,5 Kg and has a size of Ø112x200mm.

HA-OL is a low-intensity obstruction light to denote obstacles up to 45 meters/150 feet.


An obstruction is a fixed object that extends above an obstacle protection surface and should be lit at night.

The marking or lighting of obstacles is intended to reduce hazards to aircraft by indicating the presence of obstacles.

Low-intensity obstacle lights. Type A or B should be used where the object is a less extensive one and its height above the surrounding ground is less than 45 m.


Holland Aviation’s well-known L810 type Low-intensity obstruction light with a glass Fresnel lens. Complying both to FAA AC 150 / 5345- and also ICAO Annex 14 class A and B (10 Cd and 32 Cd).

The HA-OL obstruction light is easy to install by means of 3/4 ″threading at the bottom. Because of that installation is possible directly to the grid or through a junction box (optional).

This obstruction light has a led light that has a power consumption of 5 watts. Because of this, the light has an expected lifetime of >75.000 hours.

Heavy aluminum body in the color: yellow RAL 1021, that is chromate conversion and a powder coating.


ICAO or FAA guidelines about height. This is a guide. For exact rules please refer to ICAO (Annex 14) or FAA Advisory Circular 70/7460-1K.

Datasheet HA-OL obstruction light

Additional information


Aluminium, chromated and hot baked powder coated

Light Output

ICAO Class A > 10Cd and ICAO Class B > 32,5 Cd

Light Source

High power LED

Service life of the LED's

> 75.000 Hours




Borosilicate glass fresnel. Tempered, red


3/4″ threading in the bottom of the body for mounting and cable

Power consumption

Approx. 5 Watt

Power supply

110-240 Vac


ICAO Annex 14 Vol I, ICAO Annex 14 Vol II., UK CAP 168, UK CAP 437, EASA ADR