Direct Comparisons between
FAA Taxiway Lights and LEDline®
at the Anchorage Re-fueling Area
The pictures below, are of the old-style 6 x LED LEDline® safety guidance lighting.
(Today's LEDline® safety guidance lighting, with its Mounting Plate, has 12 x embedded LEDs
with their precision optics, so are much brighter).
The picture below directly compares standard FAA taxiway lights and old-style 6 x LED, linear green LEDline® safety guidance visual aids.
(Note: Today's modern LEDline® safety guidance lighting has 12 x embedded LEDs,
so has double the light).
The above pictures are the same.
Without the labels in the picture, it is hard to differentiate between the
two different types of airfield visual aids.
As labeled, the left sidelights in the pictures, are the standard green FAA / ICAO, (incandescent bulbed), taxiway lights. (Note the amount of off-angle light pollution the camera is capturing from these standard airfield taxiway lights).
To the right, the lights in the curving green visual aid line, are the old-style 6 x LED, linear, green LEDline® safety guidance visual aids.BOTH ARE HIGHLY VISIBLE IN ANY WEATHER.
HOWEVER, THE PILOTS AT ANCHORAGE INTERNATIONAL PREFERRED THE LINEAR LEDline® SAFETY GUIDANCE VISUAL AIDS, ESPECIALLY IN BAD WEATHER!
Fully Installed Up and Running LEDline® SAFETY GUIDANCE lighting VISUAL AIDS,
approx. 60% Less Cost,
Compared to Traditional AIRFIELD Point Source Inset Visual Aids.
At Anchorage International,
when compared IN ALL WEATHERS BY PILOTS;
THE LEDline® GUIDANCE VISUAL AIDS
The pilots preferred the old-style linear LEDline® safety guidance visual aids to the standard point source airfield taxiway lamps.
(Again, today's modern LEDline® safety guidance lamps have 12 x embedded LEDs so have twice the amount of light available).
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