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Airport Visual Aids: Design and Installation Details for Airport Visual Aids (AC 150/5340-30E)

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Overview

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about airport lighting. This publication contains over 300 pages of information and 140 images.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends the guidance and specifications in this Advisory Circular for Design and Installation Details for Airport Visual Aids. In general, use of this AC is not mandatory. However, use of this AC is mandatory for all projects funded with federal grant monies through the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and with revenue from the Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) Program. All lighting configurations contained in this standard are the only means acceptable to the Administrator to meet the lighting requirements of Title 14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports, Section 139.311, Marking, Signs and Lighting. See exception in paragraph 2.1.2b (2), Location and Spacing.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. GENERAL
1.2. SAFETY
1.3. MIXING OF light source TECHNOLOGIES

CHAPTER 2. RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY EDGE LIGHTING SYSTEMS
2.1. GENERAL
2.1.1. Selection Criteria
2.1.2. Runway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.3. Stopway Edge Lights
2.1.4. Taxiway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.5. System Design
2.1.6. Equipment and Materials

CHAPTER 3. RUNWAY CENTERLINE AND TOUCHDOWN LIGHTING SYSTEMS
3.1. INTRODUCTION
3.2. SELECTION CRITERIA
3.3. CONFIGURATION
3.4. DESIGN
3.5. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL

CHAPTER 4. TAXIWAY LIGHTING SYSTEMS
4.1. INTRODUCTION
4.2. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
4.3. TAXIWAY CENTERLINE
4.4. RUNWAY GUARD LIGHTS (RGLs)
4.5. RUNWAY STOP BAR
4.6. COMBINATION IN-PAVEMENT STOP BAR AND RGLS
4.7. CLEARANCE BAR CONFIGURATION
4.8. DESIGN
4.9. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
4.10. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 5. LAND AND HOLD SHORT LIGHTING SYSTEMS
5.1. INTRODUCTION
5.2. BACKGROUND
5.3. DEFINITIONS
5.4. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
5.5. CONFIGURATION
5.6. DESIGN
5.7. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
5.8. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 6. AIRFIELD MISCELLANEOUS AIDS
6.1. AIRPORT ROTATING BEACONS
6.2. SYSTEM DESIGN
6.3. INSTALLATION
6.4. MAINTENANCE
6.5. BEACON TOWERS
6.6. WIND CONES
6.7. OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS
6.7.1. LOCATION
6.7.2. INSTALLATION
6.7.3. MAINTENANCE
6.8. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

CHAPTER 7. ECONOMY APPROACH AIDS
7.1. INTRODUCTION
7.2. TYPES OF ECONOMY APPROACH LIGHTING AIDS
7.3. SELECTION CONSIDERATIONS
7.4. CONFIGURATIONS
7.5. DESIGN
7.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
7.7. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 8. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1.1 Restrictions on Use of Radio Control
8.1.2 Radio Control Equipment
8.1.3 Interfacing the Radio Control with the Lighting Systems
8.1.4 Coordination With FAA

CHAPTER 9. STANDBY POWER – NON-FAA
9.1. BACKGROUND
9.2. DEFINITIONS
9.3. FAA POLICY
9.4. ELECTRICAL POWER CONFIGURATIONS
9.5. DESIGN
9.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
9.7. INSTALLATION
9.8. INSPECTION
9.9. TESTS
9.10. MAINTENANCE
9.11. REDUCING ELECTRICAL POWER INTERRUPTIONS
9.12. ENGINE GENERATOR EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS.

CHAPTER 10. PAVEMENT TYPES
10.1. GENERAL.
10.2. NEW PAVEMENT – RIGID (CONCRETE)
10.3. NEW PAVEMENT – FLEXIBLE (BITUMINOUS)
10.4. OVERLAY – RIGID.
10.5. OVERLAY – FLEXIBLE

CHAPTER 11. FIXTURE MOUNTING BASES
11.1. GENERAL.
11.2. L-868 MOUNTING BASES
11.3. DIRECT-MOUNTED (INSET) FIXTURES.
11.4. FIELD ADJUSTABLE L-868 MOUNTING BASES.
11.5. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 12. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
12.1. GENERAL.
12.2. LIGHT BASES, TRANSFORMER HOUSINGS AND JUNCTION BOXES
12.3. DUCT AND CONDUIT
12.4. CABLE, CABLE CONNECTORS, PLUGS AND RECEPTACLES.
12.5. COUNTERPOISE (LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM)
12.6. LIGHT BASE GROUND
12.7. CONCRETE
12.8. STEEL REINFORCEMENT
12.9. ADHESIVE AND SEALANTS
12.10. LOAD-BEARING LIGHTING FIXTURES
12.11. INSPECTION
12.12. TESTING.
12.13. AUXILIARY RELAYS
12.14. VAULT
12.15. MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 13. POWER DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
13.1. INTRODUCTION
13.2. POWER DISTRIBUTION
13.3. CONTROL SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 1. FIGURES

APPENDIX 2. AIRPORT TECHNICAL ADVISORY

APPENDIX 3. TERMS & ACRONYMS

APPENDIX 4. BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX 5. TYPICAL INSTALLATION DRAWINGS FOR AIRPORT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

APPENDIX 6. APPLICATION NOTES281

APPENDIX 7. RUNWAY STATUS LIGHT (RWSL) SYSTEM.293
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Overview

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about airport lighting. This publication contains over 300 pages of information and 140 images.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends the guidance and specifications in this Advisory Circular for Design and Installation Details for Airport Visual Aids. In general, use of this AC is not mandatory. However, use of this AC is mandatory for all projects funded with federal grant monies through the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and with revenue from the Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) Program. All lighting configurations contained in this standard are the only means acceptable to the Administrator to meet the lighting requirements of Title 14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports, Section 139.311, Marking, Signs and Lighting. See exception in paragraph 2.1.2b (2), Location and Spacing.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. GENERAL
1.2. SAFETY
1.3. MIXING OF light source TECHNOLOGIES

CHAPTER 2. RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY EDGE LIGHTING SYSTEMS
2.1. GENERAL
2.1.1. Selection Criteria
2.1.2. Runway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.3. Stopway Edge Lights
2.1.4. Taxiway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.5. System Design
2.1.6. Equipment and Materials

CHAPTER 3. RUNWAY CENTERLINE AND TOUCHDOWN LIGHTING SYSTEMS
3.1. INTRODUCTION
3.2. SELECTION CRITERIA
3.3. CONFIGURATION
3.4. DESIGN
3.5. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL

CHAPTER 4. TAXIWAY LIGHTING SYSTEMS
4.1. INTRODUCTION
4.2. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
4.3. TAXIWAY CENTERLINE
4.4. RUNWAY GUARD LIGHTS (RGLs)
4.5. RUNWAY STOP BAR
4.6. COMBINATION IN-PAVEMENT STOP BAR AND RGLS
4.7. CLEARANCE BAR CONFIGURATION
4.8. DESIGN
4.9. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
4.10. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 5. LAND AND HOLD SHORT LIGHTING SYSTEMS
5.1. INTRODUCTION
5.2. BACKGROUND
5.3. DEFINITIONS
5.4. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
5.5. CONFIGURATION
5.6. DESIGN
5.7. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
5.8. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 6. AIRFIELD MISCELLANEOUS AIDS
6.1. AIRPORT ROTATING BEACONS
6.2. SYSTEM DESIGN
6.3. INSTALLATION
6.4. MAINTENANCE
6.5. BEACON TOWERS
6.6. WIND CONES
6.7. OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS
6.7.1. LOCATION
6.7.2. INSTALLATION
6.7.3. MAINTENANCE
6.8. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

CHAPTER 7. ECONOMY APPROACH AIDS
7.1. INTRODUCTION
7.2. TYPES OF ECONOMY APPROACH LIGHTING AIDS
7.3. SELECTION CONSIDERATIONS
7.4. CONFIGURATIONS
7.5. DESIGN
7.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
7.7. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 8. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1.1 Restrictions on Use of Radio Control
8.1.2 Radio Control Equipment
8.1.3 Interfacing the Radio Control with the Lighting Systems
8.1.4 Coordination With FAA

CHAPTER 9. STANDBY POWER – NON-FAA
9.1. BACKGROUND
9.2. DEFINITIONS
9.3. FAA POLICY
9.4. ELECTRICAL POWER CONFIGURATIONS
9.5. DESIGN
9.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
9.7. INSTALLATION
9.8. INSPECTION
9.9. TESTS
9.10. MAINTENANCE
9.11. REDUCING ELECTRICAL POWER INTERRUPTIONS
9.12. ENGINE GENERATOR EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS.

CHAPTER 10. PAVEMENT TYPES
10.1. GENERAL.
10.2. NEW PAVEMENT – RIGID (CONCRETE)
10.3. NEW PAVEMENT – FLEXIBLE (BITUMINOUS)
10.4. OVERLAY – RIGID.
10.5. OVERLAY – FLEXIBLE

CHAPTER 11. FIXTURE MOUNTING BASES
11.1. GENERAL.
11.2. L-868 MOUNTING BASES
11.3. DIRECT-MOUNTED (INSET) FIXTURES.
11.4. FIELD ADJUSTABLE L-868 MOUNTING BASES.
11.5. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 12. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
12.1. GENERAL.
12.2. LIGHT BASES, TRANSFORMER HOUSINGS AND JUNCTION BOXES
12.3. DUCT AND CONDUIT
12.4. CABLE, CABLE CONNECTORS, PLUGS AND RECEPTACLES.
12.5. COUNTERPOISE (LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM)
12.6. LIGHT BASE GROUND
12.7. CONCRETE
12.8. STEEL REINFORCEMENT
12.9. ADHESIVE AND SEALANTS
12.10. LOAD-BEARING LIGHTING FIXTURES
12.11. INSPECTION
12.12. TESTING.
12.13. AUXILIARY RELAYS
12.14. VAULT
12.15. MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 13. POWER DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
13.1. INTRODUCTION
13.2. POWER DISTRIBUTION
13.3. CONTROL SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 1. FIGURES

APPENDIX 2. AIRPORT TECHNICAL ADVISORY

APPENDIX 3. TERMS & ACRONYMS

APPENDIX 4. BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX 5. TYPICAL INSTALLATION DRAWINGS FOR AIRPORT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

APPENDIX 6. APPLICATION NOTES281

APPENDIX 7. RUNWAY STATUS LIGHT (RWSL) SYSTEM.293
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Overview

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about airport lighting. This publication contains over 300 pages of information and 140 images.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends the guidance and specifications in this Advisory Circular for Design and Installation Details for Airport Visual Aids. In general, use of this AC is not mandatory. However, use of this AC is mandatory for all projects funded with federal grant monies through the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and with revenue from the Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) Program. All lighting configurations contained in this standard are the only means acceptable to the Administrator to meet the lighting requirements of Title 14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports, Section 139.311, Marking, Signs and Lighting. See exception in paragraph 2.1.2b (2), Location and Spacing.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. GENERAL
1.2. SAFETY
1.3. MIXING OF light source TECHNOLOGIES

CHAPTER 2. RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY EDGE LIGHTING SYSTEMS
2.1. GENERAL
2.1.1. Selection Criteria
2.1.2. Runway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.3. Stopway Edge Lights
2.1.4. Taxiway Edge Light Configurations
2.1.5. System Design
2.1.6. Equipment and Materials

CHAPTER 3. RUNWAY CENTERLINE AND TOUCHDOWN LIGHTING SYSTEMS
3.1. INTRODUCTION
3.2. SELECTION CRITERIA
3.3. CONFIGURATION
3.4. DESIGN
3.5. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL

CHAPTER 4. TAXIWAY LIGHTING SYSTEMS
4.1. INTRODUCTION
4.2. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
4.3. TAXIWAY CENTERLINE
4.4. RUNWAY GUARD LIGHTS (RGLs)
4.5. RUNWAY STOP BAR
4.6. COMBINATION IN-PAVEMENT STOP BAR AND RGLS
4.7. CLEARANCE BAR CONFIGURATION
4.8. DESIGN
4.9. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
4.10. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 5. LAND AND HOLD SHORT LIGHTING SYSTEMS
5.1. INTRODUCTION
5.2. BACKGROUND
5.3. DEFINITIONS
5.4. IMPLEMENTATION CRITERIA
5.5. CONFIGURATION
5.6. DESIGN
5.7. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
5.8. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 6. AIRFIELD MISCELLANEOUS AIDS
6.1. AIRPORT ROTATING BEACONS
6.2. SYSTEM DESIGN
6.3. INSTALLATION
6.4. MAINTENANCE
6.5. BEACON TOWERS
6.6. WIND CONES
6.7. OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS
6.7.1. LOCATION
6.7.2. INSTALLATION
6.7.3. MAINTENANCE
6.8. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

CHAPTER 7. ECONOMY APPROACH AIDS
7.1. INTRODUCTION
7.2. TYPES OF ECONOMY APPROACH LIGHTING AIDS
7.3. SELECTION CONSIDERATIONS
7.4. CONFIGURATIONS
7.5. DESIGN
7.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
7.7. INSTALLATION
CHAPTER 8. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1. RADIO CONTROL EQUIPMENT
8.1.1 Restrictions on Use of Radio Control
8.1.2 Radio Control Equipment
8.1.3 Interfacing the Radio Control with the Lighting Systems
8.1.4 Coordination With FAA

CHAPTER 9. STANDBY POWER – NON-FAA
9.1. BACKGROUND
9.2. DEFINITIONS
9.3. FAA POLICY
9.4. ELECTRICAL POWER CONFIGURATIONS
9.5. DESIGN
9.6. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
9.7. INSTALLATION
9.8. INSPECTION
9.9. TESTS
9.10. MAINTENANCE
9.11. REDUCING ELECTRICAL POWER INTERRUPTIONS
9.12. ENGINE GENERATOR EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS.

CHAPTER 10. PAVEMENT TYPES
10.1. GENERAL.
10.2. NEW PAVEMENT – RIGID (CONCRETE)
10.3. NEW PAVEMENT – FLEXIBLE (BITUMINOUS)
10.4. OVERLAY – RIGID.
10.5. OVERLAY – FLEXIBLE

CHAPTER 11. FIXTURE MOUNTING BASES
11.1. GENERAL.
11.2. L-868 MOUNTING BASES
11.3. DIRECT-MOUNTED (INSET) FIXTURES.
11.4. FIELD ADJUSTABLE L-868 MOUNTING BASES.
11.5. INSTALLATION

CHAPTER 12. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
12.1. GENERAL.
12.2. LIGHT BASES, TRANSFORMER HOUSINGS AND JUNCTION BOXES
12.3. DUCT AND CONDUIT
12.4. CABLE, CABLE CONNECTORS, PLUGS AND RECEPTACLES.
12.5. COUNTERPOISE (LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM)
12.6. LIGHT BASE GROUND
12.7. CONCRETE
12.8. STEEL REINFORCEMENT
12.9. ADHESIVE AND SEALANTS
12.10. LOAD-BEARING LIGHTING FIXTURES
12.11. INSPECTION
12.12. TESTING.
12.13. AUXILIARY RELAYS
12.14. VAULT
12.15. MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 13. POWER DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
13.1. INTRODUCTION
13.2. POWER DISTRIBUTION
13.3. CONTROL SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 1. FIGURES

APPENDIX 2. AIRPORT TECHNICAL ADVISORY

APPENDIX 3. TERMS & ACRONYMS

APPENDIX 4. BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX 5. TYPICAL INSTALLATION DRAWINGS FOR AIRPORT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

APPENDIX 6. APPLICATION NOTES281

APPENDIX 7. RUNWAY STATUS LIGHT (RWSL) SYSTEM.293
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