Hughey & Phillips introduces the SIGNET™ Series

Heliport Floodlight and Airport Utility Light improves visibility and safety

Urbana, Ohio – The new Hughey & Phillips SIGNET Series light provides flood lighting on helidecks and heliports for Final Approach and Take-off (FATO) and Touchdown and Liftoff Area (TLOF). With an 80˚ wide beam and a 10˚ vertical beam, this minimal glare floodlight greatly improves visibility during loading and unloading.

This new and improved Hughey & Phillips floodlight provides the light necessary for your heliport and helideck users to ensure the safe transfer of equipment and personnel.

The rugged industrial design of the airport utility light provides it with the strength to withstand extreme weather conditions. The lighting fixture is engineered to use lower drive currents that ensure maximum thermal protection. This design ensures longevity within the lighting fixture, which provides a more reliable and sustainable floodlight.


  • Cast modular aluminum LED fixture
  • Lightweight aluminum design
  • Over 7000 candela peak beam Intensity
  • 2-year warranty
  • Standardized LED module
  • High Efficiency LED drivers
  • FOD chain
  • Universal AC input: 100-265VAC, 50/60Hz, 25 Watts

About Hughey & Phillips

Hughey & Phillips is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of obstruction lighting technology, with emerging products and lighting solutions in the Heliport and Airfield markets. The company engineers and designs a complete line of low, medium and high intensity lighting technology solutions that provide illumination for radio, television, and communication towers; wind turbines; buildings; smokestacks; bridges; airports and other obstructions to aerial navigation. Hughey & Phillips offers solutions comprised of power and lighting systems designed and manufactured by Hughey & Phillips in the USA. The company has a full engineering staff providing support and design in optical, electrical and mechanical disciplines to customize any of our products to fit our customers’ unique needs.

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