8” Taxiway LED Inset Light Type LTO

8” Taxiway LED Inset Light Type LTO
Instruction Manual
Edition 1.5
AM.04.470e
8” Taxiway LED Inset Light
Type LTO
AM.04.470e Edition 1.5
Table of Contents
Record of Changes .............................................................................................................................3
Safety Instructions ...............................................................................................................................4
Use Restriction Notice, Warranty and Disclaimers ...........................................................................10
Information about this Manual ...........................................................................................................11
Chapter 1: Product Information ........................................................................................ 12
General information...........................................................................................................................13
Equipment data .................................................................................................................................14
Chapter 2: Mounting and connection ............................................................................... 15
Important safety notifications ............................................................................................................16
General recommendations ................................................................................................................17
How to mount the light assembly? ....................................................................................................18
Installation of adapter ring .................................................................................................................20
Chapter 3: maintenance .................................................................................................... 21
Workshop maintenance and preventive maintenance ......................................................................22
How to lift the light assembly out of the base or adapter ring ...........................................................24
Chapter 4: Servicing in the Maintenance Base ................................................................ 25
How to open the light assembly ........................................................................................................26
How to replace the LED assembly ....................................................................................................29
How to replace the lens .....................................................................................................................30
How to replace the cable set assembly.............................................................................................32
How to close and test the light assembly ..........................................................................................34
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 37
Chapter 6: Ordering codes and exploded views ............................................................. 38
Complete products ............................................................................................................................39
Spare parts ........................................................................................................................................40
Screws Overview...............................................................................................................................44
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Exploded views .................................................................................................................................45
Accessories .......................................................................................................................................46
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Record of Changes
Revision
Description
Editor
Checked
Date
1.0
New Manual
BUG
GL
01/07
1.1
Clarification about use of Loctite
BUG
GL, WL
03/07
Addition of General recommendations (Chapter 2)
1.2
Safety instructions, warranty, procedures to unlock and fasten
screws, screw references, Loctite types, tightening torques, adapter
rings,
BUG
TP, KC,
VDV, VI
4/09
1.3
Spare parts
BUG
RAS
05/09
1.4
Rebranding
EV
1.5
Introduction of Torx screws with pre-applied Loctite, improved
procedures to release screws, correction of code numbers, code
torque wrench
BUG
12/09
JWA, MA, 10/14
AHU, LM,
JBU
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Safety Instructions
Safety
precautions
This section contains general safety instructions for using your ADB equipment.
Some safety instructions may not apply to the equipment in this manual. Task- and
equipment-specific warnings are included in other sections of this manual where
appropriate. Note all warnings and follow all instructions carefully. Failure to do so
may result in personal injury, death, or property damage.
To use this equipment safely,
•
refer to the International Standard IEC 61820 , Electrical installation for
lighting and beaconing of aerodromes - Constant current series circuits for
aeronautical ground lighting - System design and installation requirements,
and to the International Standard IEC 61821, Electrical installations for
lighting and beaconing of aerodromes - Maintenance of aeronautical
ground lighting constant current series circuits for instructions on safety
precautions.
•
observe all safety regulations. To avoid injuries, always remove power prior
to making any wire connections and touching any live part. Refer to the
International Standards IEC 61820 & IEC 61821.
•
read and become familiar with the general safety instructions provided in
this section of the manual before installing, operating, maintaining, or
repairing this equipment.
•
read and carefully follow the instructions given throughout this manual for
performing specific tasks and working with specific equipment.
•
store this manual within easy reach of personnel installing, operating,
maintaining, or repairing this equipment.
•
follow all applicable safety procedures required by your company, industry
standards, and government or other regulatory agencies.
•
obtain and read Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all materials used.
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Safety Instructions, continued
Safety Symbols
Become familiar with the safety symbols presented in this section. These symbols
will alert you to safety hazards and conditions that may result in personal injury,
death, or property and equipment damage.
WARNING 1 : Failure to observe this warning may result in personal injury, death,
or equipment damage.
WARNING 2 : Risk of electrical shock. Failure to observe this warning may result in
personal injury, death, or equipment damage.
WARNING 3 : Disconnect equipment from line voltage. Failure to observe this
warning may result in personal injury, death, or equipment damage.
WARNING 4 : Wear safety goggles. Failure to observe may result in serious injury.
WARNING 5 : Do not touch. Failure to observe this warning may result in personal
injury, death, or equipment damage.
CAUTION: Failure to observe may result in equipment damage..
Qualified
Personnel
The term qualified personnel is defined here as individual who thoroughly
understand the equipment and its safe operation, maintenance, and repair.
Qualified personnel are physically capable of performing the required tasks, familiar
with all relevant safety rules and regulations and have been trained to safely install,
operate, maintain, and repair the equipment. It is the responsibility of the company
operating this equipment to see that its personnel meet these requirements.
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Safety Instructions, continued
Intended Use
Use of this equipment in ways other than described in the catalog leaflet and this
manual may result in personal injury, death, or property and equipment damage.
Use this equipment only as described in this manual.
ADB cannot be responsible for injuries or damages resulting from non-standard,
unintended applications of its equipment. This equipment is designed and intended
only for the purpose described in this manual. Uses not described in this manual
are considered unintended uses and may result in serious personal injury, death, or
property damage.
Unintended uses may result from taking the following actions:
•
making changes to equipment that have not been recommended or
described in this manual or using parts that are not genuine ADB
replacement parts or accessories
•
failing to make sure that auxiliary equipment complies with approval
agency requirements, local codes, and all applicable safety standards if not
in contradiction with the general rules
•
using materials or auxiliary equipment that are inappropriate or
incompatible with your ADB equipment
•
allowing unqualified personnel to perform any task.
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Safety Instructions, continued
Installation
Read the installation section of all system component manuals before installing
your equipment. A thorough understanding of system components and their
requirements will help you install the system safely and efficiently.
Failure to follow these safety procedures can result in personal injury or death.
•
Allow only qualified personnel to install ADB and auxiliary equipment. Use only
approved equipment. Using unapproved equipment in an approved system
may void agency approvals and will void the Warranty.
•
Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which
you are using it.
•
Follow all instructions for installing components and accessories.
•
Install all electrical connections to local code provided they are not in
contradiction with the general rules.
•
Use only electrical wire of sufficient gauge and insulation to handle the rated
current and voltage demand. All wiring must meet local codes.
•
Route electrical wiring along a protected path. Make sure they will not be
damaged by moving equipment and animals (e.g. rodents).
•
Protect components from damage, wear, and harsh environment conditions.
•
Allow ample room for maintenance, panel accessibility (power products), and
cover removal (power products).
•
Protect equipment with safety devices as specified by applicable safety
regulations.
•
If safety devices must be removed for installation, install them immediately
after the work is completed and check them for proper functioning.
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Safety Instructions, continued
Operation
Only qualified personnel, physically capable of operating the equipment and with no
impairments in their judgment or reaction times, should operate this equipment.
Read all system component manuals before operating this equipment. A thorough
understanding of system components and their operation will help you operate the
system safely and efficiently.
•
Before starting this equipment, check all safety interlocks, fire-detection
systems, and protective devices such as panels and covers. Make sure all
devices are fully functional. Do not operate the system if these devices are not
working properly. Do not deactivate or bypass automatic safety interlocks or
locked-out electrical disconnects or pneumatic valves.
•
Never operate equipment with a known malfunction.
•
Do not attempt to operate or service electrical equipment if standing water is
present.
•
Use this equipment only in the environments for which it is rated. Do not
operate this equipment in humid, flammable, or explosive environments unless
it has been rated for safe operation in these environments.
•
Never touch exposed electrical connections on equipment while the power is
ON.
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Safety Instructions, continued
Action in the
Event of a
System or
Component
Malfunction
Maintenance
and Repair
Do not operate a system that contains malfunctioning components. If a component
malfunctions, turn the system OFF immediately.
•
Disconnect and lock out electrical power.
•
Allow only qualified personnel to make repairs. Repair or replace the
malfunctioning component according to instructions provided in its manual.
Allow only qualified personnel to perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair
tasks. Only persons who are properly trained and familiar with ADB equipment are
permitted to service this equipment.
•
Always use safety devices when working on this equipment.
•
Follow the recommended maintenance procedures in your equipment manuals.
•
Do not service or adjust any equipment unless another person trained in first
aid and CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) is present.
•
Connect all disconnected equipment ground cables and wires after servicing
equipment. Ground all conductive equipment.
•
Use only approved ADB replacement parts. Using unapproved parts or making
unapproved modifications to equipment may void agency approvals, impair
specified performance and create safety hazards.
•
Check interlock systems periodically to ensure their effectiveness.
•
Do not attempt to service electrical equipment if standing water is present. Use
caution when servicing electrical equipment in a high-humidity environment.
•
Use tools with insulated handles when working with electrical equipment.
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Use Restriction Notice, Warranty and Disclaimers
Use restriction
notice
The content of this Instruction Manual is the property of
ADB
585, Leuvensesteenweg
B-1930 Zaventem - Belgium
Tel. 32 2 722 17 11
Fax 32 2 722 17 64
E-mail: info.adb@adb-air.com
Internet: http://www.adb-air.com
Except for uses strictly limited to the internal use of the owner of the products
described in this manual, this manual or parts thereof may not be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without ADB's prior written
consent.
Warranty
For warranty obligations, ADB General Conditions for Deliveries and Services
available at the time of the offer made by ADB for the delivery of products and
services shall apply unless otherwise agreed in writing.
Disclaimers
This manual could contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. ADB
reserves the right to revise this manual from time to time in the contents thereof
without obligation of ADB to notify any person of such revision or change.
Details and values given in this manual are average values and have been
compiled with care. They are not binding, however, and ADB disclaims any liability
for damages or detriments suffered as a result of reliance on the information given
herein or the use of products, processes or equipment to which this manual refers.
No warranty is made that the use of the information or of the products, processes
or equipment to which this manual refers will not infringe any third party’s patents or
rights. The information given does not release the buyer from making their own
experiments and tests.
Similarly, ADB disclaims any liability for damages or detriments suffered as a result
of modification made on site on the products by any other party than ADB.
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Information about this Manual
Chapter
overview
Each chapter starts with an overview of the topics of that chapter.
Using icons
Additionally to safety symbols, icons are used to attract the attention of the reader
to specific information. The meaning of each icon is described in the table below:
Icon
Type of
information
Description
Note
A ‘note’ provides information that is not indispensable, but may
nevertheless be valuable to the reader, such as hints and tips.
Reference
A ‘reference’ guides the reader to other places in this manual, where
he/she will find additional information on a specific topic.
Parts
Identification
Parts identification symbols (e.g. A1, E4…) appearing in the text, refer to the
Exploded View page 45.
Comments and
Proposals
This manual has been compiled with all possible care and in view of providing a
valuable and practical tool to the Airport Maintenance personnel.
We encourage customers to address us their comments and proposals for
improving further the contents of this manual.
Communications should be addressed to the Customer Service department of
ADB:
ADB
585, Leuvensesteenweg
B-1930 Zaventem - Belgium
Tel. 32 2 722 17 11
Fax 32 2 722 17 64
E-mail: info.adb@adb-air.com
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Chapter 1: Product Information
Overview
Introduction
In this chapter you will find all the general information and the identification of the
ADB taxiway inset lights types LTO.
Contents
This chapter contains the following topics.
Topic
See Page
General information
13
Equipment data
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General information
LTO
The ADB taxiway inset lights type LTO are light fixtures which provide optimum
visual guidance with minimal maintenance, extremely low life-cycle costs and
maximum reliability. They are designed to withstand the roll-over loads imposed by
today's wide body aircraft during taxiing operations while remaining waterproof and
serviceable.
The LTO taxiway edge fixtures are usually shipped ready for installation on an ADB
8" HPI or Eurobase Shallow base. For installation on a 12” ADB or FAA shallow
base or FAA deep bases (L-868 size B) an adapter ring is required.
The ADB taxiway inset lights types LTO are intended for use as omnidirectional
light for Taxiway and Apron edge
Purpose of this
manual
This manual describes procedures for the maintenance and troubleshooting of the
inset light type LTO.
Scope of this
manual
This manual covers the LTO taxiway edge light fixtures manufactured in
accordance with FAA specification AC 150/5345-46 (except for photometry when it
differs from ICAO Annex 14) and compliant to ICAO Annex 14.
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Equipment data
Equipment
supplied
Each unit is supplied completely assembled, tested and sealed, ready for
installation. The electrical connection is made via one cable assembly with either
FAA L-823 style 6 2-pole plug, 3-pole plug derived from FAA L-823 style 6 or flat 3pole plug. A labyrinth gasket is included.
Each unit is individually packed in a durable, cushioned and corrugated cardboard
box, labelled with ADB ordering number.
Upon customer request, the lights can also be palletised in a cardboard box in a
number of layers, each fitting separated by cardboard.
At least one instruction manual is delivered per order.
References
Ordering codes and reference data pertinent to the light fixture and its components
are listed in the tables on pages 39 to 45.
Equipment
required for
installation and
maintenance
Beyond the light itself, some equipment is required for installation and
maintenance. This equipment is not supplied with the light but can be obtained
through ADB.
It is listed on page 46.
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Chapter 2: Mounting and connection
Overview
Introduction
This chapter instructs you how to connect and mount the LTO inset light on its base
or adapter ring.
It includes important safety notifications regarding the choice and use of
fixing hardware.
It is supposed that the base supporting the LTO inset light, the adapter ring (if
needed) and the secondary connector are already installed. All information
pertinent to the installation of bases is available in the instruction manual
Am.05.120, Edition 2.1 or subsequent
Contents
This chapter contains the following topics.
Topic
See Page
Important safety notifications
16
General recommendations
17
How to mount the light assembly?
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Important safety notifications
Fixing hardware Various types of fixing hardware can be used for the fixation of the light on its base
or adapter ring (e.g. screws or studs and nuts). Moreover, bases and adapter rings
may be supplied with threaded holes according either to ISO metric or UNC
standards.
Only use fixing hardware of the same type as the one originally supplied with
the base or adapter ring!
Always tighten the fixing hardware to the recommended torque, using a
calibrated torque wrench and applying the recommended type of sealant!
Refer to the paragraph "How to mount the light assembly", page 18, for the tool to
use, the requirement for use of Loctite and the torque to apply.
It is possible to insert a 3/8"-16 UNC screw in a M10 threaded hole. However, such
a combination damages the female thread and does not ensure a correct fastening
so that the screw could become loose under repeated operation of rolling aircrafts.
Using screws of incorrect standard might lead to either damage to the thread in the
base or to an incorrect fixation of the lights.
Generally, using fixing hardware of a different type of the one originally supplied
with the bases or adapter rings, or tightening it at an incorrect torque, may lead to a
loosening of the fixing hardware, damage to the light and base, and potentially to
the separation of the light fitting or parts thereof from its base. This can lead to a
highly dangerous situation of Foreign Object Debris (FOD), with potential lethal
consequences.
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General recommendations
Receiving,
storage and
unpacking
1. Upon receipt of goods at the site store, check all packing for visible damage.
Every damaged box should be opened and its contents inspected for damage.
If equipment is damaged, a claim form shall be filed with the carrier
immediately. It may then be necessary for the carrier to inspect the
equipment.
2. Store the light assembly preferably in its original packing in a protected area.
When stored unpacked (not recommended), please take care not to damage
the cable insulation.
3. Unpack the light assembly at the installation site to avoid damage during
transportation and handling.
Electrical
connection
The light assemblies covered by this manual are designed for connection to 6.6 or
20A series circuits via one (or more) series transformer. (In case of use on a 20A
series circuit, we consider that the series transformer is a 20A / 6.6A transformer).
The current to the light should not exceed 6.6A + 3%.
Refer to ADB cat. leaflet A.06.112 or Instruction manual AM.06.112 for more
information on series transformers.
The series transformer and associated connectors have to be ordered separately.
Base Earthing
Whatever the chosen installation method, it is strongly recommended to earth the
base, especially in locations presenting a risk of lightning strikes.
CAUTION: This recommendation is extremely important in case of LED lights: this
is the only way to guarantee a complete effectiveness of the protection system
against voltage surges included in the light fitting.
Failure to earth correctly the base will void the warranty for all damages occurring
as a result of voltage surges.
Note: Guidelines on how to realize the earthing of the base are given in
instruction manual Am05.120
Location and
tolerances
The applicable documents for location details and tolerances are the following:
Organisation
Applicable documents
ICAO
Annex 14
Aerodrome Design Manual Part 4
FAA
Chapter 2: Mounting and connection
Advisory Circular AC no. 150/5340-28
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How to mount the light assembly?
Before you start Make sure that the contact surfaces of the light assembly with base or adapter ring
and the gaskets are absolutely clean and smooth.
Use the correct
fixing hardware
Please refer to the paragraph "Important safety notifications", page 16: only use
fixing hardware of the same type as the one originally supplied with the base
or adapter ring!
In ADB shallow bases delivered since mid-2006, the type of thread is indicated on
the bottom or the flange of the base: METRIC M10 or 3/8”-16UNC.
How to be sure of the type of fixing hardware you are using?
- M10 screws require the use of a 17mm socket.
- 3/8"-16UNC screws require a 9/16" socket, this is approximately 14.3mm.
On a base or adapter ring with metric M10 female thread, never use a screw
that can be fastened with a socket smaller than 17mm: it would indicate that
you are inserting a 3/8"-16UNC screw in a M10 female thread.
The opposite -inserting a M10 screw in a 3/8"-16UNC female thread- is impossible.
How to mount
the light
assembly?
To mount and connect the light assembly, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
In case a light has already been mounted on the base, remnants of
Loctite are present in the fixation holes. Clean them using a cleaning tap
for blind holes (preferably use a tap with a right spiral groove) and blow
with dry, oil-free compressed air.
2
If the labyrinth gasket (D3) is not installed, put one in the dedicated
groove at the cover periphery.
D3
CAUTION: Never reuse an already used gasket.
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How to mount the light assembly?, continued
How to mount
the light
assembly?
Step
3
Action
Slightly moisten the gasket with soapy water, to lubricate.
CAUTION: Never
lubricate the gasket with silicone or any
other kind of grease. Avoid the use of soap containing
silicone or glycerine.
4
Apply Loctite on the three first threads of the threaded holes in the base.
CAUTION: Always use Loctite 2701 to fasten the light fixture on its
support.
5
Connect the light by inserting its plug into the receptacle of either the
shallow base, the secondary cable or the transformer.
6
Gently install the light fixture in the adapter ring or base and press it
home.
CAUTION: Make sure not to drop the light assembly or to pinch the
wires.
Verify the light fixture is seating correctly onto the base or adapter ring
7
Make sure that the lock washers are
mounted correctly - dents facing
upwards - to avoid denting the cover..
8
Torque down gradually both screws (or self-locking nuts in case of a
stud-equipped base).
CAUTION: Make sure the screws are tightened with a torque of 21 Nm/
190 Lb.in .
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Installation of adapter ring
Adapter ring
Installation
To install the adapter ring, proceed as follow:
Step
1
Action
Clean the contact surfaces of the deep base and adapter ring.
In case an adapter ring has already been mounted on the base,
remnants of Loctite are present in the fixation holes. Clean them using
a cleaning tap for blind holes (preferably use a tap with a right spiral
groove) and blow with dry, oil-free compressed air.
2
Put onto the contact layer of the base a layer of RTV106 (ADB NC
7835.55.151 or equivalent.
3
Apply Loctite on the three first threads of the threaded holes in the
base.
CAUTION: Always use Loctite 2701 to fasten the adapter ring on its
support.
4
Mount the adapter ring onto the base and torque down the fixation
screws.
CAUTION: Make sure the screws are tightened with a torque of 21 Nm/
190 Lb.in .
5
Install the light as described above.
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Chapter 3: maintenance
Overview
Introduction
This chapter describes the general ideas on workshop maintenance and preventive
maintenance and you will learn how to lift the unit out of the base or adapter ring.
The servicing of the light assembly in the maintenance workshop will be described
in detail in Chapter 4: Servicing in the Maintenance Base, page 25.
Warranty
limitation
The lights are delivered fully tested and sealed. In case of malfunctioning during
the warranty period, the defective light shall be shipped back to ADB without
opening it. Any attempt to open the light during the warranty period will void the
warranty.
Contents
This chapter contains the following topics.
Topic
See Page
Workshop maintenance and preventive maintenance
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How to lift the light assembly out of the base or adapter ring
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Workshop maintenance and preventive maintenance
Workshop
maintenance
The light assemblies can be serviced in the field, but it is recommended to limit
field maintenance to cleaning the prisms. It is recommended to replace the inset
lights at regular intervals and to have them overhauled in the maintenance shop.
The same applies to lights found unserviceable in the field.
No specific tools are required to remove or re-install the fittings, except for the
lifting tool (see page24).
Preventive
maintenance
The assembly's service life depends to a large extent on its waterproofness. All
metal mating surfaces and seals must be clean, smooth, dry and free of all foreign
particles if the light fixture is to operate for extended periods without requiring
maintenance.
Greasing of O-ring seals may be required as indicated in this manual.
Preventive maintenance of the light fixtures should be performed as listed in the
table on the next page.
Maintenance frequency depends on the conditions under which the runway is used
(i.e. climate, traffic, etc.). The recommended practices for maintenance are
described in the FAA advisory circular no. AC 150/5340-26 and in the ICAO
Aerodrome Design Manual, Part 9 Airport Maintenance Practices.
For components mentioned in this chapter, refer to the exploded views on page 45.
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Workshop maintenance and preventive maintenance,
continued
Preventive
maintenance
tasks
In the table below you will find a checklist of preventive maintenance tasks. In case
lights are found to be defective during the warranty period, do not open them as
explained below, but replace them by new units, and send the defective ones,
unopened, to ADB.
Interval
Daily
Check
For low light output
Action
1. Clean outer surface of lens if dirty.
2. Check for presence of moisture in fixture.
Monthly*
For presence of moisture or
water (visual inspection for
condensation on inner side
of lens)
1. Open up light assembly.
For LED failure
Replace LED assy.
Bimonthly
Torque on hold-down
screws or nuts
Refer to the paragraph " How to mount the light
assembly?", page 18, for the tool to use, the
requirement for use of Loctite and the torque to
apply.
Semi-annually *
For presence of water in
base
1. Pump water from the base.
2. Clean, dry and inspect.
3. Replace cover/inner cover gasket and other
parts found defective.
2. Remove, dismantle and inspect light for water
damage.
3. Cure the cause of water ingress.
After snow
removal
For damaged light fixtures
1. Replace badly damaged fixtures.
2. Use a power broom for snow removal in the
vicinity of the light fixture, if practical.
3. Follow recommended snow removal techniques
described in FAA AC 150/5200-30 to avoid or at
least to reduce damage to light fixtures.
* More frequently during rainy seasons.
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How to lift the light assembly out of the base or adapter
ring
Lifting tool
Procedure
Beside the simple jig delivered with the standard tool case, ADB has developed a
more sturdy and efficient lifting tool (see illustration below). See paragraph
Accessories, page 46 for references.
To lift the optical unit out of the base receptacle or adapter ring, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Remove the fixing screws and washers (A1-A2) or self locking nuts and
discard them.
2
Fit the appropriate lifting tool into both holes located (180° apart) in the
cover (B1), lift the optical unit out of the base or adapter ring and place it
next to it.
Push down
to lift
the light
3
Disconnect the light fixture wires from the power wires coming from the
transformer(s).
4
Remove the labyrinth gasket and discard it.
5
Mount a serviced or new fitting as described on page 18.
6
Take the optical unit back to the maintenance base where it can be
serviced entirely.
CAUTION: Never hold the light fixture by the wires as this may damage the
insulation, break the waterproof seal and cause insulation faults and water leakage.
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Chapter 4: Servicing in the Maintenance Base
Overview
Introduction
This chapter describes how to perform the various servicing tasks in the
maintenance base.
Preliminary
All the screws used in this product are listed at the end of this manual.
Refer to the table “Screws Overview” page 44 for the tool to use and the torque to
apply.
Contents
This chapter contains the following topics.
Topic
See Page
How to open the light assembly
26
How to replace the LED assembly
29
How to replace the lens
30
How to replace the cable set assembly
32
How to close and test the light assembly
34
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How to open the light assembly
Procedure
To open the light assembly, proceed as follows (for the tools to use, refer to page
44 “Screws Overview”):
Step
Action
1
Turn the light unit upside-down. In order for the light to rest on a stable
surface it is advised to lay it upside down on the top of a shallow base.
2
Remove the pressure release screw (D8).
D8
3
Remove the four screws (D2). The use of an attack driver may be
required to unlock the screws.
•
Always use a new bit for each light requiring the use of an attack
driver.
•
Take care that the bit is well positioned on the screw head and
that the driver is aligned with the axis of the screw.
D2
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How to open the light assembly, continued
Procedure
Step
Action
4
Introduce the special opening tool (see page 46) or a flat screwdriver in
the dedicated slot between cover and inner cover and rotate it to separate
the inner cover from the cover.
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How to open the light assembly, continued
Procedure
Step
4
Action
Carefully lift-off the inner cover (D1) from the cover, taking care not to
damage the connection between the PCB (C2) and the LED assembly.
D1
Connector
C2
CAUTION: Be careful, do not pull on the cable when you lift the
inner cover, this might damage the connections!
Disconnect the LED assembly from the PCB by pulling out the connector.
CAUTION: Do not pull on the cable to disconnect as the cable might
be pulled out of the connector.
Now you can take the inner cover away from the cover.
5
Remark:
CAUTION: Always replace the cover / inner cover gasket (B2) and the 4
screws (D2) by new ones when a light is opened and closed again.
This to guarantee fixture water tightness.
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How to replace the LED assembly
Procedure
To replace a LED assembly, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Open the light assembly (see page 26).
2
Remove the two hexagonal screws (B7) fastening the LED assembly (C1)
to the cover (B1).
B7
B1
C1
3
Remnants of Loctite are present in the fixation holes of the screws B7.
Clean them using a cleaning tap for blind holes (preferably use a tap with
a right spiral groove) and blow with dry, oil-free compressed air.
5
Replace the LED assembly by a new one.
6
Install new hexagonal head screws (B7) (do not forget the washers) and
tighten them.
Refer to the table “Screws Overview” page 44 for the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
CAUTION: The two screws holding the LED assy are M6 x 20.
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How to replace the lens
Procedure
To replace a lens, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Open the light assembly (see page 26).
2
Unscrew the 8 screws (B7). Remove the washers and lock-washers.
B1
Lubricant
B3
B4
B5
B6
C1
B7
3
Remove the lens support plate (B6) and the lens gasket protection (B5)
4
Push the lens (B3) with the lens gasket (B4) towards the inside of the
cover (B1)
5
Clean and degrease the lens chamber with any effective solvent.
CAUTION: Never use any abrasive substance.
Remnants of Loctite are present in the fixation holes of the screws B7.
Clean them using a cleaning tap for blind holes (preferably use a tap with
a right spiral groove) and blow with dry, oil-free compressed air.
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How to replace the lens, continued
Procedure
Step
Action
6
Using a small brush, apply a thin layer of lubricant MOLYKOTE HP870
INERTA (ADB Part Number 7850.05.061) in the top section of the lens
chamber of the cover (see in the figure above).
7
Bring a new lens gasket (B4) over the lens.
CAUTION: Always replace the lens gasket (B4) and the 8 screws,
washers and lock-washers (B7) by new ones when a lens is replaced.
This to guarantee fixture water tightness.
8
Push the lens/ gasket assembly in the lens chamber from the inside, put
the lens gasket protection (B5) and clean the inner surface of the lens.
9
Secure it to the cover by means of the lens support plate (B6) and 8 new
screws (B7). Don’t forget the washers and lock washers.
CAUTION: The two screws holding the LED assy are M6 x 20 while the
six other ones are M6 x 16.
Refer to the table “Screws Overview” Page 44 for the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
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How to replace the cable set assembly
ADB cable sets
Only use ADB cable sets. Usage of substitutes voids the warranty.
Procedure
To replace the cable set assembly, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Open the light assembly (see page 26).
2
Disconnect the fast-on connectors from the transformer.
Cable
Fast-on
terminals
connectors
Transformer
3
Remove both screws (D6) and the wire clamp (D5).
D5
D7
D6
4
Cut the fast-on connectors from the cable assembly (D7).
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How to replace the cable set assembly, continued
Procedure
Step
5
Action
Pull the cable assembly (D7) out of the inner cover (D1) and discard the
grommets (D4).
D1
D4
D7
D5
6
Bring the new ADB cable assembly through the wire clamp (D5)
CAUTION: One wire per hole.
7
Put a new wire grommet (D4) on each of the wires, taking care of the
direction (the smaller diameter into the inner cover recesses).
8
Introduce the wires in the inner cover (D1).
9
Reinstall the wire clamp (D5) by means of both screws (D6).
Do not torque down the screws entirely at this step.
10
Remove the insulation of the wires over about 5 mm.
11
Crimp on the fast-on connectors delivered with the cable assembly and
connect to the terminals. Adjust the wires inside the inner cover.
12
Torque the screws (D6).
Refer to the table “Screws Overview” page 44 for the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
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How to close and test the light assembly
Procedure
ALWAYS REPLACE COVER/INNER COVER GASKET AND FIXING
SCREWS BY NEW ONES!
To close an optical unit, proceed as follows:
Step
Action
Refer to the table “Screws Overview” page 44 for the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
1
Turn the cover (B1) upside down. In order for the cover to rest on a stable
surface it is advised to lay it upside down on the top of a shallow base.
2
Make sure that the contact surfaces with the O-ring are clean.
Remnants of Loctite may be present in the fixation holes of the screws
D2. Clean them using a cleaning tap for blind holes (preferably use a tap
with a right spiral groove) and blow with dry, oil-free compressed air.
3
Put a new O-ring gasket (B2) greased with high quality neutral silicone
grease (ADB Part Number 7850.42.210) over the cover in the appropriate
groove.
4
Make sure that the pressure release screw (D8) of the inner cover (D1) is
removed.
D8
D1
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How to close and test the light assembly, continued
Procedure
Step
4
Action
Connect the LED assy (C1) to the PCB (C2)
Connector from C1
C2
5
Gently put the inner cover (D1) on top of the cover, taking into account
the keying pin between both parts. Make sure that the wires do not get
damaged between cover (B1) and inner cover (D1).
6
Press the inner cover (D1) on the cover (B1) and secure with new
screws (D2).
D1
D2
B1
Refer to the table “Screws Overview”, page 44 For the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
8
Check electrical insulation from two-pole plug to light body by means of a
500V insulation tester.
Apply an AC current not exceeding 6.6 A on the two-pole plug and
observe normal operation of the LED.
Caution: the electronic circuit is designed to be fed from a regulated
AC current generator only (e.g. constant current regulator). Do not
use a voltage generator as this might damage the electronic
components or fail to energize the light.
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How to close and test the light assembly, continued
Procedure
Step
Action
9
Check waterproofness of the fitting by applying with dry air a pressure of
0.4 bar (40 kPa) above the atmospheric pressure via the pressure
release hole. Whilst pressure is applied, immerse the light fixture for three
minute in water and look carefully for NO stream of bubbles emanating
from the light fixture.
If no leakage occurs, dry the fixture and remove the air hose.
Else, locate the leak source. Dry the fixture, remove the air hose.
Replace the leaking gasket or part (check the contact surfaces for any
scratches, corrosion or other damage) and repeat the test.
For this purpose a water-tightness test adapter can be ordered from ADB
(see ordering code page 46). See paragraph Accessories, page 46 for
the part number of the valve to be used for that purpose.
10
Replace the O-ring seal of the pressure release screw (D8) and secure
the pressure release screw..
Refer to the table “Screws Overview”, page 44 For the tool to use and the
torque to apply.
D8
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Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting In the table below a number of problems are listed in the first column. In the second
column, you will find the possible causes of the problem and in the third column the
table
solution.
Problem
LED does not
energize.
Possible cause
Solution
LED defective
Replace LED assembly
PCB defective
Replace the complete inner cover
Moisture inside assembly causing
current leakage
1. Open light assembly.
2. Clean, dry, inspect or replace damaged
components.
No connection of primary loop.
Defective isolation transformer or
secondary wiring
Check transformer output current with
A-meter.
Weak light output
Partial short circuit in primary loop.
Defective isolation transformer.
Dirty lens.
1. Check cable assembly.
2. Replace transformer.
3. Clean lens.
Light beam
distorted
Broken or damaged lens/cover
Replace lens or entire fixture.
Short LED life
Too high current
Check output current of isolating
transformer at full brightness. Current
should not exceed 6.7 A.
Replace transformer if defective; if not,
adjust CCR output current.
Moisture in lighting fixture
1. Open light assembly.
2. Check for cause of leakage (Dirty or
damaged seal mating surfaces, defective
seals, cracked or broken prism, loose
screws or damaged wire insulation).
3. Clean, dry, inspect or replace damaged
components.
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Check power line between the light fixture
and the transformer, including connectors.
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Chapter 6: Ordering codes and exploded views
Overview
Introduction
References of the types of products described in this manual, of their spare parts
and accessories are listed in this chapter, together with exploded views.
Contents
This chapter contains the following topics.
Topic
See Page
Complete products
39
Spare parts
40
Screws Overview
44
Exploded views
45
Accessories
46
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Complete products
Ordering code
complete
products
The illustration below clarifies the structure of the ordering code for the LTO light.
1LTO55T10003
Type
Omnidirectional inset light, LED = 1LTO
Beam colour
Blue = 55
Application
Taxiway = T
Connection
2-pole plug to FAA L-823 =
1
3-pole plug to FAA L-823, with earthing = 4
3-pole flat plug, with earthing =
7
Fixed digits
0003
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Spare parts
List of tables
Below you will find a list of all tables in this chapter:
Table
Table 1
See
page
Table 1 : fixtures and main assemblies of the LTO inset lights
40
Table 2 : LTO cover and optical assembly parts
41
Table 3 : LTO inner cover assembly components
41
Table 4 : fixing hardware kits
42
In the table below you will find all fixtures and main assemblies of the LTO inset
lights:
Fixtures
Use
LTO taxiway edge
Ordering code
1LTO55T10003
Main assemblies
Cover
assembly
4072.02.720
Inner cover
assembly
4072.09.130
Note: Complete lights are delivered without fixing hardware. This hardware is
delivered together with the mounting system (base or adapter ring), or can be
ordered separately (see Fixing hardware kits)
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Spare parts, continued
Table 2
In the table below you will find the LTO cover and optical assembly parts and their
availability as spare part or not; in the latter case, order the complete light (see
table 1):
Cover & Optical assembly LTO components
No.
ADB part
number
Description
B1 + B2 + B3 + B4 +
B5 + B6 + B7
4072.02.720
LTO cover assy
1
B2
7080.90.335
O-ring gasket between cover and inner cover
10
B3
4072.02.700
LTO lens
10
B4
4071.76.041
LTO lens gasket
10
B5
4071.76.060
LTO lens gasket protection
10
B6
4071.76.020
LTO lens support
10
B7
7100.08.563
100 +
7283.05.053
7284.10.445
HEX SCREW M6x16 DIN 933-A2-LOCK
2045 (6 pces)
SCREW TH M6 20 DIN933-A2-LOCK 2045
(2 pces)
Flat washer M6 D20xD 6.5
Lockwasher M6 Stainless steel - DIN 7980
4072.09.190
LED assembly (incl. support)
10
7100.08.571
C1
Table 3
Order qty (per)
100 +
100 +
100
In the table below you will find the LTO inner cover assembly components and
their availability as spare part or not; in the latter case, order the complete inner
cover assembly (see table 1):
Inner Cover assembly LTO components
Order qty (per)
No.
ADB part
number
Description
C2 + C3 + D1 + D4 +
D5 + D6 + D7 + D8
4072.09.130
LTO inner cover assembly
1
D2
7100.10.190
SCREW M5x10 DIN 965-T-A2-LOCK 2045
100
D3
4071.73.100
Labyrinth gasket
10
D4
6126.01.031
wire grommet
100
D5
4071.50.090
wire clamp
100
D6
7100.08.360
SCREW M4x10 DIN 7500CE-T-A2
100
D7
4072.09.230
Secundary AWG 14 wires assembly with a
FAA L-823 2-pole plug
10
D8
4070.77.150
Pressure release plug
10
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Spare parts, continued
Table 4
In the table below you will find the fixing hardware kits:
METRIC FIXING HARDWARE KITS
Metric nut kit 8"
For mounting 8"
inset lights on to Self-locking metric nut
ADB 8" shallow kit 8"
bases or
adapter rings (1) Metric screw kit 8"
(Germany)
For mounting
12" inset lights
or adapter rings
on to ADB 12"
shallow or deep
bases
2
1411.20.420
2
2
1411.20.430
4071.50.240
Metric anti-rotation pin
Nylon encap. washer M10
7284.70.345
7284.10.470
St. Steel lock washer M10
St. St. self-locking nut M10
7150.53.330
1411.20.400
St. Steel nut M10
Metric screw kit 8" (with
anti-rotation pins)
7150.53.320
ADB Part
Number
St. Steel Screw M10 X25
Description
Components
7100.08.759
Fixing hardware kit
2
2
2
1411.20.440
2
2
Metric screw kit 8" (w/o
anti-rotation pins)
1411.20.520
2
2
Metric screw kit
(France) 12"
1411.20.480
6
6
Metric nut kit
(Frankfurt) 12"
1411.20.510
Metric screw kit 12"
(Germany)
1411.20.490
Self-locking nut kit 12"
1411.20.500
6
6
6
6
6
Note (1): HPI bases only accept Metric hardware
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Spare parts, continued
Table 4,
continued
UNC FIXING HARDWARE KITS
For mounting 8"
inset lights on to
ADB 8" shallow
bases or
adapter rings
UNC screw kit 8"
1411.20.410
2
2
For mounting
12" inset lights
or adapter rings
on to ADB 12"
shallow or deep
bases
UNC screw kit 12"
1411.20.450
6
6
4071.50.120
UNC anti-rotation pin
St. Steel lock washer M10
7284.10.470
ADB Part
Number
St. St. Screw 3/8"-16 UNC
Description
Components
71200.13.806
Fixing hardware kit
2
FIXING HARDWARE KIT FOR SIEMENS BASES
For mounting
Siemens lights
or adapter rings
on to Siemens
300mm shallow
bases
5NQ screw kit
1411.20.460
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4
4
4
4071.21.940
RUNDSCHNURRING
RUNDSCHNURRING
4071.21.930
PROFILSCHEIBE 5NQ
4071.21.920
4070.50.930
Glockendichtung
ADB Part
Number
BEFEST.SCHRAUBE
Description
Components
1428.81.010
Fixing hardware kit
4
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Screws Overview
Important
information
The table below gives for each screw used in this product, the reference on the
exploded view, the type of screw, the tool to use and the torque.
Screw
Tool
Torque
B7 - 7100.08.563 and 7100.08.571 HEX SCREW M6x16 DIN 933-A2-LOCK 2045 and
HEX SCREW M6x20 DIN 933-A2-LOCK 2045
Socket hex M10
3.5 Nm /
31 Lb.in
Torx25
2.5 Nm /
23 Lb.in
Torx20
3.5 Nm /
31 Lb.in
1.6 x 8 Flat
2.5 Nm/
23 Lb.in
D2 - 7100.10.190SCREW M5x10 DIN 965-T-A2-LOCK 2045
D6 - 7100.08.360 SCREW M4x10 DIN 7500CE-T-A2
D8 - 4070.77.150 Pressure release screw
A1 (not supplied with the light)
Screw FT.HEX M10 x 25, SST, Hex Head
or
Socket hex 17mm
or
21 Nm /
190 Lb.in
Screw FT.HEX 3/8”-16UNC X7/8”
Socket hex 9/16”
Self-locking nut (M10)
Socket hex 17mm
21 Nm /
190 Lbin
Screws delivered for installation of adapter ring on
deep base
Socket hex 17mm
or Socket hex 9/16”
21 Nm/
190 Lb.in
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Exploded views
LTO
The illustration below represents the exploded view of a LED Taxiway edge inset
light LTO:
A1
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
C1
B7
C3
C2
D4
D1
D5
D6
D7
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D8
D3
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Accessories
Accessories
In the lists below you will find useful accessories for the installation, maintenance
and repair of the LTO lights.
Tool case
ADB has designed a tool case (ADB part number 1411.19.421) including the basic
tools necessary for the maintenance of inset lights. It can also be used for the
installation of the light fixture (please note this is a general tool case, some tools
are of no use for LTO Lights). The table below lists the tools included in the case:
Description
ADB Part
Number
Description
ADB Part
Number
Tool case
6169.01.007 Screwdriver, flat blade AG. 8x150
8961.05.250
Torque wrench
8961.06.255 Screwdriver, Pozidriv AD.2x125
8961.05.220
Socket hex 3/8", screw 3/8", J
9/16LA
8961.06.008 Loctite 2701
7870.05.130
Socket hex 3/8", screw M10, J 17LA
8961.06.000 Loctite 222
7870.05.140
Socket, 1/4", 1.6x8 Flat, RS.8E
8961.05.050 Lubricant Molykote HP870 Inerta (100 gr) (to 7850.05.061
replace prism)
Socket, 1/4", Pozidriv2, RD.2
8961.05.060 Natural hydraulic vacuum silicone grease
(50 gr)
7850.42.220
Extension, 1/4", R.210
8961.06.220 Attack driver
8961.04.100
Adaptation, 1/4"-3/8", R.232
8961.06.010 Hammer 212A50
8961.04.110
Hinged handle - short
8961.06.110 Bit holder
8961.04.120
Plier
8981.10.110 Bits END202, Pozidriv2
8961.04.130
Opening tool
4071.53.220 Lifting tool assembly for inset lights
1411.19.550
Screwdriver ANX25x100 TX20
8961.05.300 Bit Torx 1/4" - TX20 EX.620 L=70mm
8961.06.020
Screwdriver ANX25x100 TX25
8961.05.290 Bit Torx 1/4" - TX20 EX.625 L=70mm
8961.06.025
Additional
accessories
The following accessories can be purchased separately:
Description
ADB Part Number
Watertightness test adapter for inset lights
4060.84.570
Set of spare anchor hooks for lifting tool 1411.19.550
1411.19.560
Lifting tool on wheels (see illustration page 24)
1420.55.600
Fixing hardware The fixing hardware for securing the fitting on to the mounting interface is generally
not supplied with the fitting as it depends on the exact type of mounting interface. It
can be purchased as kits or loose components, as listed on page 42
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ADB.
Leuvensesteenweg, 585 – B 1930 Zaventem – Belgium
Tel: 32/2/722.17.11 – Fax: 32/2/722.17.64
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