Runway End Identification Light (REIL)/Runway Threshold Identification Light (RTIL)

REIL/RTIL

Runway-Edge-Identification-Light
Runway-Edge-Identification-Light

Runway End Identification Light (REIL)/Runway Threshold Identification Light (RTIL)

The LED REIL/RTIL provide rapid and positive identification of the approach end of the runway to arriving pilots. The system consists of two synchronized unidirectional flashing lights that are installed on each corner of the runway-landing threshold, facing the approach area.

LED optics utilized in the AV-REIL / AV-RTIL achieve the lowest power consumption at the required intensity.

Available for permanent or portable operations, with a wide variety of control and power options.

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  • Cost Effective Cost Effective

    • Low power consumption
    • Low ongoing maintenance costs

  • High Performance High Performance

    • Fully integratable into an Avlite runway system
    • On-demand operation
    • High power LED Optics

  • Reliable Reliable

    • No bulbs will blow – ever
    • Latest LED technology
    • No moving parts

  • Applications Applications

    • Airfield lighting
    • Designed for commercial or military applications

  • High intensity LED optics to provide rapid and positive identification of the approach end of a runway via a pair of synchronized flashing lights
  • Power options include solar station, generator kit, battery kit, AC only and constant current
  • Fixed, wireless or manual control options
  • Proven reliability in worldwide use with almost no maintenance
  • Permanent or portable operations
  • Designed for commercial or military operations.
  • Available in a folding portable or permanent frangible version
  • Power options include 24 VDC, AC (90-270VAC), batteries and solar
  • Control options include wireless, power line control (AC version only), and manual control
  • The AV-REIL is compliant with FAA 150/5345-51 for L-849 (L) applications
  • The AV-RTIL is compliant with ICAO Annex 14, Vol 1, 5.3.8