• ACL-UAV-12V



Electronic Anti Collision Light with FLARM-Interface and remote control input for unmanned aircraft.



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Electronic Anti Collision Light with FLARM-Interface and remote control input for unmanned aircraft

ACL-UAV-12V for fuselage and tailplane installation

Especially for unmanned aerial vehicles, we developed the ACL-UAV-12V.

By the use of LEDs of the newest generation, we were able to achieve a brightness that would have been inconseivable a few years ago, whereby the power consumption could be aligned to the requirements.

In addition it has a remote control input and can be switched on and off by a radio control unit with a pulse length of 1-2 msec or by potential free contacts (Relay).

The extremely bright, red rotating sequencing light flash has a beacon angle of 360° and is visible at 30° below and above the horizontal plane.

Because it is is completely sealed in high grade optic plastic like all our LED position lamps/ACLs, it is water and even saltwater resistent. As all electronic components are integrated in the ACL, there is no additional place for a black box needed and the only required mounting space is given by its dimensions.

For easy connection, the ACL is already provided with a 1,5/0,25 mm² four-wire-cable. It can be installed on the fuselage or tail plane by its flange footing and some additional silicone.

A detailed installation instruction and shrinking tubes are included.


As world first we integrated a FLARM-Interface in a anti collision light for unmanned aerial vehicles in order to make the airspace more safe. The signals provided by the connected Power-FLARM unit increase the light pulses and therefore rises the attentivness.

Data sheet

Operation voltage
10 - 17 Volts (DC), typically: 12.8 - 13.4 Volts (on-board power supply)
8 Watts (approx.)
85 Grams (approx.) including connecting cables
FLARM and Remote Control
Drill hole
4.5 mm
44 mm (approx.)
39 mm (approx.)
Flange to flange
61 mm (approx.)
5.000 operating hours or max. 3 years