The certification guarantees that OCEM’s elevated and inset LED signals comply with CASA MOS 139 standards. 

 

OCEM Airfield Technology’s energy-saving LED product line has been certified to comply with the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s  standards for runway and taxi lighting signals.

The company’s pioneering LED lighting signals were previously certified compliant with major standards such as ICAO and the FAA, and now it can add CASA MOS139 (Manual of Standards Part 139 – Aerodromes) to the list.

The Austrialian market presents unique challenges for airfield lighting due to the country’s variable climate. Although the center and western regions are dry and arid, the northern coast experiences tropical savanna and monsoon conditions.

Inset lights in particular are susceptible to water leaks during heavy rains. 

OCEM’s LED lighting signals protect against this type of flooding by incorporating  a shallow base and three gaskets, which provide triple protection to prevent water from leaking into the light.

The LED technology use less energy and is longer-lasting than halogen lighting, providing savings in energy, maintenance and replacement costs.

OCEM’s LED lighting signals also offer the quality and reliability airports count on to safety manage airfield operations, now backed by MOS139 certification. 

OCEM Airfield Technology

Lighting the future

 

ABOUT OCEM

OCEM Airfield Technology is a leading global airfield lighting provider with close to a century of experience in the airfield industry. It has supplied AGL solutions and systems to more than 1,100 airports on six continents and has installed more than 200 airfield control monitoring systems worldwide. Headquartered in Italy, OCEM has production activity in Italy (Bologna), the U.S. (Chicago), France (Nice) and China (Suzhou), and sales and technical support in South Korea, India, China, the UK, Italy, France, U.S., Mexico and Brazil.

Together with Multi Electric (U.S.) and Augier (France), OCEM forms part of Aretè & Cocchi Technology, a holding group focused on high-tech businesses leading industrial fields.