Airport lighting cables
APAR’s airfield lighting cables are manufactured to match the international standards such as BS and IEC.
APAR provides the full range of airfield cables: primary, secondary and remote control cables. Primary cables are used between transformers and constant current regulators; secondary cables are used between lights and transformers; and remote control cables create a connection between control tower and constant current regulators. Our airfield lighting cables are manufactured as per the IS:1554 (Part II) standard with 5 KV grade. The range of airfield lighting cable is S/C x 6 sq mm and S/C x 16 sq mm in copper and 2C x 25 sq mm in aluminium. APAR’s airfield lighting cables are used in airports across India.
|Application||Usually these are used in airports for setting up the connection in isolating transformers, control towers, flights, and CCR (Constant Current Regulators). Armoured: this variety offers extra mechanical protection, as these are generally buried into ground.|
|Characteristics||Our cables are extensively used in airports for lighting purpose.|
|Applicable standards||APAR’s airfield lighting cables are manufactured to match the international standards such as BS and IEC.|
|Product range||Air field lighting cables are manufactured as per national and international standards and are of 5 KV grade. We manufacture the complete range of airfield lighting cables from s/c x 6 sq mm and s/c x 16 sq mm in copper and 2c x 25 sq mm in aluminium.|
|Advantages||You can touch these without the risk of receiving electric shock. These also offer increased lifetime, no blow-out light, reduced fire hazard. These cables don’t cause any radio interference ensuring more safety in air traffic.|
Published On: January 21, 2021