So if I light up my tiny 89 foot tower with an auto tail light just to
be on the safe side because of low flying helicopters and military
jocks, and years go by without anyone hitting the tower and then some
errant pilot finally augers into my back yard, the government will turn
on me for using improper equipment?
I hope this is not true.
>Bottom line, if your tower installation requires lighting, you are
>legally required to use the FAA approved lighting fixtures. If it
>doesn't require lighting, and you want to light it anyway, you are
>legally required to use FAA approved lighting fixtures.
>Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> This brings up an interesting question. Someone suggested the small lights
> in QST awhile back and the QST columnist stated the same thing, that even
> if you aren't required to use lights, any lights you use must meet FAA
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