OMS2K-C2016 Solar Powered Medium Intensity Obstruction Light

Short Description

  • Effective intensity: 2,000cd±25%
  • Color & light source: red, OSRAM LEDs
  • Equipped with 20W solar panel and 12V/16Ah VRLA battery
  • Autonomy: 9days in PSH≥4 zone
  • Optional functions: GPS/Wireless monitoring


  • Obstacle Light Low Intensity Type B, ICAO Annex 14 Volume I July 2018


OMS2K-C2016 is a solar powered medium intensity red flashing obstruction light, complying with ICAO medium intensity type B.

A solar panel attached to OMS2K’s light body is angle-adjustable from 9 to 60 degrees. It enables OMS2K to adapt to different latitudes and collect as much solar energy as possible. Embedded MPPT (Maximized Power Point Tracking) microcontroller maximizes solar power output.

Incorporated SBM (Smart Battery Management) program reduces energy consumption. By detecting ambient solar irradiance, OMS2K can self-adjust LED outputs for extending autonomy. It also protects the VRLA battery pack from over-charging and over-discharging.

Same optical design as OM2K, OMS2K’s LED head is deployed with 12 units of ultra-bright OSRAM LEDs. Fresnel lens optimizes photometric performance.

OMS2K is usually installed on towers and other tall structures over 45 meters. In a typical off-grid communication tower or a transmission tower, one OMS2K medium intensity obstruction light on top and 2-4 solar low intensity lights (PL10/PL32/OLS10S/OLS32S) on middle mark the profile of the structure.