Lamps for Heliport Applications

Philips Sells Airfield Lamp Business

Philips airfield lamps will now be marked with the brand name of NARVA. This will be a gradual process due to stocks of lamps, which are still marked with Philips. All NARVA lamps will be manufactured to the same high-quality standards at same German production lines.


Part number MOL Watt Description Lamp Life (hrs) Case
LA-64826 1-7/8"(MR16) 50 MR16, 230V. Life Hours: 2000. Application: HL-292 heliport fixture. Substitution: ATR: 64826FL.


Part number MOL Watt Description Lamp Life (hrs) Case
LA-008084 1-7/8"(MR16) 50 MR16, 120V, 1-7/8". Life Hours: 2000. Application: HL-292/120V. Substitution ATR: Q50M16GU10/NFL25. 2000 15


Part number MOL Watt Description Lamp Life (hrs) Case
LA-12496-1 4.37"(A21) 69 120V, 69A21/TS, screw base, 4.37". Life Hours: 8000. Substitution: GE: 17323. 8000
LA-22483-2 4.44"(A21) 116 120V, A21/TS, screw base, 4.44". Life Hours: 8000. Application: Obstruction light. Substitution: LH116120GE, Philips*: 22483-2. 8000
LA-97470 4-7/16"(A19) 40 40A/CL, 24PK, 120V, A19, E26, 4.43"(D=2.375"). Life Hours: 1500. Substitution: ATR: 13863, GE: 12311. 1500 120

* Philips (DBA Narva)

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Flight Light stocks lamps for all airport lighting applications: runway, taxiway, approach, helipad, obstruction. We sell only first quality name-brand lamps, including GE, Osram/Sylvania, Philips (DBA Narva) and Amglo.

Lamp Life

Lamp life rating is the point in time when 50% of the tested samples have burned out and 50% still shine.

Lumens, Candlepower, Footcandles

In lighting, the basic unit for the amount of light produced by a light source is called a lumen. As with any unit of measure, the lumen must be related to some physical standard. A candle of specific composition and size serves this purpose and is said to emit one candlepower. If this candle were placed at the center of a sphere having a radius of one foot, one lumen, by definition, would fall on each square foot of the sphere's surface. Since, from geometry, the total surface area of a one-foot radius sphere is 12.57 square feet, there are 12.57 lumens given off by the standard candle. One lumen falling on 1 square foot of a surface produces illumination of one footcandle.


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