Advanced Light AS    Phone:    +47 67 10 23 50

Fornebuveien 37            Fax:        +47 67 10 23 51 

N-1366 Lysaker


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Advanced Light AS (ADLI) is a Norwegian plc based on Fornebu, a 15 minutes drive from the city centre of Oslo. The company has around 150 shareholders, whereas the ten largest has about 85% of the share capital.

ADLI developes and manufactures fully flush fixtures for both airport and road markets. Previously the production of lights was outsourced, but in order to gain full control of the quality assessment, it was decided to move into new premises August 2006, and manufacture inhouse. Today, two years later, we see that the decision was right, and that the quality level is acceptable and the lead times have dropped dramatically to the customers satisfaction.

We supply serious products for serious users in serious environments!

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  Fornebu Memorial
Photo: Advanced Light/Herman Anker

May 30th 2008 our Advanced Light series with bi-directional green LED's saw the daylight. 27 bi-directional fixtures over 200 meters distance were put into operation for its first time in Fornebu Park, the previous main airport for Oslo, Norway.  The purpose of the lights is to remind about where the airport once was. The function is just for architectual landscape purposes. It was impressive to notice the brightness from the LED's at the extreme sunshine present. The distance between the lights are 7,5 meters.

The park will be handed over to Statsbygg September 2nd 2008.

LED edge light
TRD, Trondheim Airport, photo with courtesy of Avinor
Several airports are testing a blue taxiway edge LED light with extremly low power consumption. They are connected to the 6,6A series circuit and operates together with conventional halogen edge lights. The conventional light has a power consumption of close to 50W with losses in transformers etc, as for the LED it is a mere 5 watts losses included. Considered that some airports have thousands of these installed, the contribution to a reduced co2 emission should be clear.
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Spring is here!
Broken fixtures, photo by Herman Anker

Last winter came with vast amounts of snow, and from Europe as well as North America they say it was the real winter as they knew it from before. Way into April snow showed up and gave machinery and men the clear message that global warming still not is present in this area.

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