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IFH-1710
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Lighting System
IFH-1710 Red LED Beacon
Front Matter
Copyright & Trademarks
Copyright © 2009-2016 by ITL, LLC. All rights reserved. This document contains
proprietary information, photographs, graphics, and other material (collectively, "the
Content") protected by copyright, and this manual and all accompanying hardware,
software and documentation are copyrighted. No part of this document may be
photocopied or reproduced by mechanical, electronic, or other means in any form without
written consent of ITL, LLC.
ITL,LLC, IFH-1710 and the ITL logo are trademarks of ITL, LLC. All other trademarks
and brand names are the property of their respective proprietors.
Limited Warranty and Disclaimer
ITL, LLC guarantees that every IFH-1710 series red LED beacon is free from physical
defects of material and workmanship under normal use for two (2) year from the date of
purchase. If the product proves defective during this warranty period, please contact ITL,
LLC in order to obtain a Return Authorization Number, RMA.
In no event shall ITL, LLC’s liability exceed the price paid for the product from direct,
indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from the use of the
product, its accompanying software, or its documentation. ITL, LLC makes no warranty
or representation, expressed, implied, or statutory, with respect to its products or the
contents or use of this documentation and all accompanying software, and specifically
disclaims its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose
unless otherwise stated.
The technical documentation is being delivered to you AS-IS. ITL, LLC makes no
warranty as to its accuracy or use. Any use of the technical documentation or the
information contained therein is at the risk of the user. Documentation may include
technical or other inaccuracies or typographical errors. ITL, LLC reserves the right to
revise or update its products, software, or documentation without obligation to notify any
individual or entity.
Please send any comments regarding the manual to support_doc@itl-llc.com.
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Safety Warning
This equipment uses lethal voltages which can cause serious injury and/or death. Do not
attempt to service this equipment with line power applied.
This equipment produces brilliant flashes of light. Temporary or permanent eye damage
may result if looking directly at the equipment while it is operating.
Do not rely on interlock switches to remove lethal voltages from the system. Measure for
voltages using a voltmeter to ensure that power is off and has been completely removed.
Do not wear any jewelry. Gold and silver are excellent conductors of electricity.
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Table of Contents
The fastest way to find a specific topic is to use the detailed index in the back of the
manual.
Front Matter ....................................................................................................................... 2 Copyright & Trademarks ................................................................................................ 2 Limited Warranty and Disclaimer ................................................................................... 2 Safety Warning .............................................................................................................. 3 List of Illustrations and Tables ........................................................................................... 5 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 6 Product Description ........................................................................................................... 6 Specifications .................................................................................................................... 7 Environment ................................................................................................................... 7 Light Output ................................................................................................................... 7 Mechanical ..................................................................................................................... 7 Electrical ........................................................................................................................ 7 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 8 Unpacking your Lighting System.................................................................................... 8 Tools for Installation ....................................................................................................... 8 Quick Installation Guide ................................................................................................. 8 Flash Head .................................................................................................................... 9 Leveling ...................................................................................................................... 9 IFH-1710 Flash Head Mounting ............................................................................... 11 System Overview............................................................................................................. 12 Wiring Diagram ................................................................................................................ 13 Grounding ........................................................................................................................ 13 Setup and Operation ....................................................................................................... 15 Flash Inhibit Input (Optional) ........................................................................................... 16 Maintenance / Trouble-Shooting...................................................................................... 17 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 17 Recommended Tools ................................................................................................... 18 Trouble-Shooting ......................................................................................................... 18 Spare Parts & Replacement Parts ................................................................................... 19 Technical Support and Contact Info ................................................................................ 20 Contact Info ................................................................................................................. 20 RMA ............................................................................................................................. 20 DOC-1710-MNL Rev12.doc (8/24/2016)
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List of Illustrations and Tables
Figure 1: IFH-1710 Red LED Beacon ................................................................................ 6 Figure 2: IFH-1710 Cable/Wire Identification ..................................................................... 9 Figure 3: Flash Head Leveling - Axis 1 ............................................................................ 10 Figure 4: Flash Head Leveling - Axis 2 ............................................................................ 10 Figure 5: IFH-1710 Flash Head Dimensions and Mounting Detail ................................... 11 Figure 6: IFH-1710 Block Diagram .................................................................................. 12 Figure 7: IFH-1710 Wiring Diagram ................................................................................. 13 Figure 8: IFH-1710 Grounding ......................................................................................... 14 Figure 9: ITL-0720-CTL Controller Board ........................................................................ 15 Figure 10: IFH-1710 Controller Board DIP Switch Settings ............................................. 15 Figure 11: IFH-1710 Controller Board LED Indicators ..................................................... 15 Figure 12: IFH-1710 Replacement Parts Detail ............................................................... 19 Figure 13: IFH-1710 Flash Head Parts List Table ........................................................... 19 DOC-1710-MNL Rev12.doc (8/24/2016)
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Introduction
Congratulations, and thank you for choosing an ITL lighting system component.
We trust that ITL’s reputation for technical excellence, experience in product
development, commitment to our customers and testing will ensure your complete
satisfaction.
You have chosen one of the most technologically innovative lighting components
available on the market today. This product is the result of many years of engineering
with extensive input from field service personnel.
This manual covers the IFH-1710-000. Please take the time to read and familiarize
yourself with this manual. It contains the information necessary to install, test and
troubleshoot the flash head.
Product Description
The IFH-1710, FAA type L-864(L), is a medium intensity flashing beacon as defined by
the FAA’s advisory circular, AC150-5345-43F. The IFH-1710 meets or exceeds the
specifications as defined in the advisory circular. For more information on those
specifications, please refer directly to the FAA website
www.faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/airports.
The IFH-1710 is a complete L-864(L) red lighting system containing an integral controller
and photocell. The IFH-1710 can be set for either 20 or 30 flashes per minute (FPM)
using DIP switches on the controller board. The IFH-1710 comes with a 50 foot flexible
power cable installed.
Figure 1: IFH-1710 Red LED Beacon
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Specifications
ETL certified to AC150/5345-43, Type L-864(L)
Environment
Temperature
Humidity
-40°C to +55°C
less than 95% relative humidity (noncondensing)
Light Output
Night Intensity
Beam Pattern
2,000 +/-25% effective candelas
360º horizontal, ≥3º vertical
Dimension
Height:
11”
(28cm)
Diameter:
16.5” (42cm)
28lbs (13Kg) max
Mechanical
Weight
Electrical
Input Power
Power Consumption
120-240VAC, 50/60Hz
23W1 average power, night mode.
13W1 average power over 24 hours2.
(Note 1: At 25°C, 120Vac)
(Note 2: 12 Hours night mode, 12 Hours day mode)
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Installation
The following section describes how to install the lighting system.
Unpacking your Lighting System
Please examine the shipping containers and their content thoroughly upon receipt and
report any potential shipping damage to the carrier.
Tools for Installation
The following tools are suggested for mounting of the ITL flash head.
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Digital multi-meter
Nut Drivers and Sockets
Compact “torpedo” level
Quick Installation Guide
The quick start guide shows how to install the IFH-1710 red LED beacon..
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Remove power to existing lighting system controller by turning off circuit
breaker(s).
Verify that power has been removed by measuring all input voltages using a multimeter.
Remove any packaging material from inside the flash head.
Install flash head using supplied hardware.
Connect flash head power cable (see cable/wire identification table below).
Apply power to lighting system controller.
Set lighting system controller to night mode operation.
Verify that IFH-1710 flash head flashes red light at the appropriate rate.
Verify that the IFH-1710 does not alarm while operating in night mode.
All fixtures, enclosures and junction boxes must be mounted in the upright position.
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NAME
L1
N
GND
N.C.
COM
N.O.
INH+
INH-
COLOR
Black
White
Green
Orange
Red
Blue
Brown
Yellow
DESCRIPTION
AC Power in
Neutral
Chassis ground
Alarm Normally Closed
Alarm Common
Alarm Normally Open
Flash Inhibit Input*
Flash Inhibit Input*
*Optional Flash Inhibit nput for connection to Aircraft Detection System.
Figure 2: IFH-1710 Cable/Wire Identification
Flash Head
Flash heads need to be mounted such that all four mounting feet are in direct contact with
an unpainted surface in order to allow for proper grounding of the electrical components.
It also needs to be mounted such that it will not obstruct access to the internal
components for the purpose of installing and maintaining the equipment. The following
diagrams detail the mounting dimensions and clearance for proper access.
Leveling
Flash heads need to be leveled properly for correct vertical beam spread. The following
diagrams detail how to use a compact “torpedo” level on two axes to ensure that the flash
head is mounted level. If the flash head mounting surface is not level already use shims
to correct. Do not compromise grounding of the four flash head mounting feet.
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Figure 3: Flash Head Leveling - Axis 1
Figure 4: Flash Head Leveling - Axis 2
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IFH-1710 Flash Head Mounting
4 SETS OF MOUNTING HARDWARE
BOLT HDW-B500-150-GAL
LOCK WASHER HDW-0500-LGA
H.H.NUT HDW-0500-NGA
INCLUDED
Figure 5: IFH-1710 Flash Head Dimensions and Mounting Detail
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System Overview
The major components of the IFH-1710 are shown in the block diagram below. A six
conductor flexible cable comes pre-installed to provide power and access to a Form-C
alarm contact. The internal controller monitors an integrated photocell to determine the
appropriate operating mode (day or night). In night mode the internal controller uses solid
state electronics to alternate AC power to the IFH-1710 power supply at appropriately
timed intervals to create the selected flash rate. IFH-1710 uses an integrated GPS
receiver to determine the exact time and synchronizes the flash sequence with other IFH1710 units or competitor’s units. The AC current to the power supply is monitored and an
alarm generated if the current falls below the normal operating range or if the integrated
flasher circuit fails. The IFH-1710 power supply converts AC power into a controlled DC
current. The controlled DC current flows through all 12 LED modules in series causing
the LEDs to produce light. Each LED module contains three high power LEDs with a
custom optic mounted in front of each LED. The optic focuses the light from the LED into
the required beam pattern.
Figure 6: IFH-1710 Block Diagram
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Wiring Diagram
Figure 7: IFH-1710 Wiring Diagram
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Grounding
The IFH-1710 should be connected to the wind turbine grounding system using a
minimum AWG 6 copper conductor. Fiberglass nacelle covers are non-conductive and
do not provide a ground connection.
Nacelle cover
GND
AWG 6 Ground Wire
Ring Lug,
HDW-RLUG-06U-500,
Included
Figure 8: IFH-1710 Grounding
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Setup and Operation
All setup functions are performed using the 6position DIP switch, SW2, on the controller
board. SW2 setup functions are described in
the table below. Six indicator LEDs show the
status of the LED beacon and GPS, as well as
the operating mode. LED Indicator functions
are shown in the table below.
Pressing the TEST button momentarily will
cause the unit to enter night mode operation
for 10 flash cycles. Holding the TEST button
depressed for 3 or more flash cycles will
cause an alarm to be generated for test
purposes.
SW2
1
DESCRIPTION
FLASH RATE:
2
DUTY CYCLE:
3
INHIBIT ENABLE:
4
GPS ALARM:
5
FTB-360i
6
L350-864-G
Figure 9: ITL-0720-CTL Controller Board
ON - 30FPM
OFF - 20FPM
ON – 67%(at 20FPM)
58%(at 30FPM)
OFF - 50%
ON – Flash Inhibit Input Enabled
OFF – Flash Inhibit Input Disabled
ON – GPS Alarm Enabled
OFF – GPS Alarm Disabled
ON – FTB-360i Compatibility Mode
OFF– Standard Operation
ON – L350-864-G Mode
OFF – Standard Operation
Figure 10: IFH-1710 Controller Board DIP Switch Settings
LEDs
BCN
MODE
GPS
DESCRIPTION
GRN – Beacon Confirm
RED – Beacon Alarm
GRN, FLASHING – Indicates Night Mode
GRN, OFF – Indicates Day Mode
RED – Mode Alarm (Photocell Alarm)
GRN & RED FLASHING – Flash Inhibit Active
GRN, SOLID – GPS Fix
GRN, FLASHING – GPS Acquiring
RED – GPS Alarm
Figure 11: IFH-1710 Controller Board LED Indicators
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Flash Inhibit Input (Optional)
A Flash Inhibit Input is available as an option for connection to an Aircraft Detection
System (ADS). The input accepts 12 to 240 VAC or VDC (polarity insensitive) to inhibit
flashing when no aircraft are detected by the ADS. The red and green Mode LEDs will
flash to indicate flashing is inhibited. When no signal is present on the Flash Inhibit Input
the IFH-1710 will operate in the mode determined by the photocell. This function must be
enabled via DIP switch SW2-3.
When flashing is Inhibited, in order to verify continuing operational readiness, the IFH1710 will perform a Readiness Test beginning around midnight Pacific Time each day.
The Readiness Test will cause the IFH-1710 to operate in night mode (flashing) for
approximately one minute. Should the IFH-1710 detect a malfunction during the
Readiness Test, the alarm relay will activate and remain activated after the test period
ends. The alarm will clear upon the next test cycle where no malfunction is detected.
The alarm will also clear if the Flash Inhibit Input is de-activated or if power to IFH-1710 is
cycled.
The ADS must deactivate the Flash Inhibit Input for at a minimum of one second every 24
hours. Failure of the ADS to deactivate the Flash Inhibit Input will result in the IFH-1710
resuming normal operation with the mode determined by the photocell.
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DIP Switch SW2-3 must be On to enable the Flash Inhibit Input.
Flash Inhibit Input electrical connections are made using the Brown & Yellow wires
in the flash head cable.
The Flash Inhibit Input accepts 12 to 240 VAC or VDC to inhibit flashing.
The Red and Green Mode LEDs flash together when flashing is inhibited.
A Readiness Test is automatically performed once every 24 hours.
The ADS must deactivate the Flash Enable Input once every 24 hours.
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Maintenance / Trouble-Shooting
Please read section Safety Warning in this manual before servicing this equipment.
Disconnect power to the tower lighting controller at the circuit breaker(s) before
attempting maintenance/trouble-shooting.
Maintenance
The maintenance outlined below should be performed at least once annually. After 5
years of normal operation is recommended that the light engine be replaced. Periodic
cleaning of the clear cover with a standard glass or acrylic cleaner is recommended
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Verify that the fixture is functional in all operating modes with no indication of an
alarm condition on alarm indicator lights, alarm dry contacts, or digital monitoring
interfaces.
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Verify that the photoelectric control operates the system in the correction operating
mode (day/night), light color (white/red) and intensity (day/night intensity) when
exposed to light and dark ambient lighting conditions.
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Inspect the fixture for any type of obstruction that could block light output at any
point along the 360 degree horizontal output of the fixture. Note that multiple
fixtures may be used to achieve 360 degree coverage.
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Inspect lenses and transparent covers for damage.
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Clean the fixture lens or transparent cover using a mild detergent and soft
nonabrasive cloth.
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Inspect all electrical wiring connections for corrosion, arcing, damage, insulation
degradation or loosening of the connection. Correct, replace or secure as needed.
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Inspect all interconnecting cables and power supply cables and conduits for
damage.
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Verify the all cables are fastened securely at appropriate intervals to prevent
damage.
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Inspect all electrical components for evidence of damage caused by lightning or
power line induced electrical surges. Replace any components showing evidence
of damage.
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Inspect fixtures and enclosures for water infiltration and insect infiltration. Replace
any damaged gaskets or seals. Install plugs to close any unused conduit ports
that may allow insect infiltration.
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Verify that all breathers and drain holes are clear of blockages.
Recommended Tools
The following is a list of recommended electrical equipment for troubleshooting the IFH1710 red LED beacons.
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Digital multi-meter
ITL-0705-TST LED Module Tester (supplied with ITL-1700-KIT)
TOL-1700-LED Wire Installation Tool (supplied with ITL-1700-KIT)
#2 Phillips Screwdriver (8” or longer blade length)
Small tip (<0.1”) slotted screw driver
Needle Nose Pliers
Trouble-Shooting
Should the IFH-1710 red LED beacon fail to produce light, perform the following steps:
Verify that AC power is being supplied to IFH-1710.
Press and hold the TEST button on the controller board for two seconds. Using a digital
voltmeter measure the AC voltage on controller board from P3-3 to P3-2 (black to white).
For 10 flash cycles after pressing TEST the controller should enter night mode operation.
The MODE indicator LED should flash during this time. The controller board should
produce a pulsing AC voltage on P3. If this fails to happen replace the controller board.
Using a digital multi-meter measure the DC voltage from P2-1 to P2-2 (red to black) on
the power supply board. Normal operating voltage is 65 to 100VDC.
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A voltage near 180V indicates that one of the twelve LED modules may have
failed. Use an ITL-0705-TST Tester to check each LED module and replace as
necessary. If an LED module has failed, check for and replace any damaged
optics on that module. Be sure that the optics snap into the alignment holes on the
LED modules during replacement.
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A voltage under 65V indicates that the power supply may have failed. Replace
fuse F1 on the power supply board or replace the power supply board.
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Spare Parts & Replacement Parts
ITL-0710-PWR
LEN-1700-CLR-ASY
ITL-0720-CTL
SEN-PHOT-CDS-1700
ANT-018X-GPS
LEN-FLAR-864-1
ITL-0760-LED
ITL-1700-ENG
Figure 12: IFH-1710 Replacement Parts Detail
PART NUMBER
ITL-1700-ENG
ITL-0710-PWR
ITL-0720-CTL
ITL-0760-LED
ITL-0705-TST
SEN-PHOT-CDCS-1700
ANT-018X-GPS
LEN-FLAR-864-1
LEN-1700-CLR-ASY
TOL-1700-LED
KIT-1700-LED
DESCRIPTION
LIGHT ENGINE (Power Supply & Controller Boards not
included)
POWER SUPPLY BOARD
CONTROLLER BOARD
LED MODULE
LED TESTER
PHOTOCELL
GPS
LED OPTIC
CLEAR LENS ASSEMBLY WITH MOUNTING RING AND
COVER FOR IFH-1710
WIRE INSERTION TOOL
REPAIR KIT. Kit includes one ITL-0760-LED LED
module, one LEN-1700-864-1 optic, one ITL-0705-TST
LED module tester and one TOL-1700-LED wire
installation tool.
Figure 13: IFH-1710 Flash Head Parts List Table
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Technical Support and Contact Info
Contact Info
For information on the ITL lighting systems’ basic functions, refer to this manual and the
accompanying drawings. For additional help with the installation or operation of any ITL
products, please contact ITL, LLC at one of the following below.
Web and Internet Sites
Corporate home page:
http://www.itl-llc.com
Customer Support Technicians
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Central Time
US and Canada call:
+1-615-256-6030
Toll Free:
+1-866-624-8309
Email:
support@itl-llc.com
RMA
Please contact ITL, LLC before returning equipment for repair and obtain a Return
Material Authorization (RMA) number.
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Revision
12
Updated Figure 11.
Date
8/24/2016
11
Added description of optional Flash Inhibit Input.
5/4/2016
10
Corrected flash rate switch description for SW2.
4/13/2016
9
Updated power consumption specifications.
12/8/2015
8
Updated Flash Head Dimensions and Mounting Detail
8/4/2015
7
Replaced ITL-1700-KIT with KIT-1700-LED & updated description
(Figure 12 Flash Head Parts List Table)
Added installation note “All fixtures, enclosures and junction boxes
…”, Added maintenance outline.
Corrected switch number reference SW1 to SW2 in Setup and
Operation
Change coversheet description from ILS-1710 to IFH-1710, updated
voltage in trouble-shooting section,
Updated FAA type from L-864 to L-864(L),
Changed length of cable from 75ft to 50ft.
5/12/2015
6
5c
5a/b
5
Description of Change
8/29/2014
10/23/2013
9/04/2012
6/25/2012
4
Updated DIP switch descriptions for SW1-5 and SW1-6
5/2/2012
2a
Updated Itl logo, add Toll free number
9/20/2011
2
Add wiring diagram
9/23/2010
1
Issued
5/17/2010
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