In this post, i will introduce two types of standard aviation lights which you can need it. They work well!
- Navigationlights (often called Positionlights) are a safety feature on every plane bigger than an ultra-light. They indicate the orientation of the plane for other air traffic, so they know in which direction you’re going. For that, the international standard of a red light on the left wingtip, a green one on the right and a white on the tail was set.
- Warninglights (More commonly reffered to as “Strobe&Beacon”) are flashing lights to enhance detection range in bad weather and to warn other air traffic and ground personnel. Beacons are mostly mounted on tip of the vertical tail on smaller planes, or in the middle of the fuselage (top and/or bottom). They’re red, bright and flashing to indicate that parts of the airplane (engines) or the airplanes itself are moving or about to be moved.
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