September 2015 Luncheon Meeting

Friday, September 25, 2015

LED Obstruction Lighting

(topic recently changed)

Les Kutasi
Dialight Corporation

What is available in the market for tower lighting systems? What are the advantages of LED obstruction lights compared to other types of systems?  Mr. Kutasi will also talk about LED lighting on AM towers, LED lights for high intensity systems, and how LED is very green technology.

About the presenter:

Les Kutasi has been in the telecommunications and broadcast infrastructure industry for close to 30 years. He started out as a machinist at Dielectric Communications and moved up through manufacturing. Les went to school and majored in Industrial Technology and applied his knowledge in manufacturing at Dielectric.

At Dielectric, Les lead a team of professional customer service and project managers at the height of the broadcast DTV build out. The team managed hundreds of large antenna installation projects through the years.  He has recently been involved in sales, marketing and business development with broadcast antennas, telecommunications and broadcast service companies.

Les has been with Dialight for almost 3 years promoting LED lighting solutions to tower owners which include broadcasters, vertical property companies, state agencies, and telecommunications companies.

Reception 11:45 AM with Lunch beginning at 12:30 PM

Luncheon meetings are open to AFCCE members and their guests.
The cost of the luncheon is $45.00 per person or $55.00 for reservations not received prior to the deadline.

Please RSVP online with the form below by 5 pm Friday, September18th. To RSVP directly to John Reiser by phone at (703) 780-4824, or email

All reservations requests and online payments will be confirmed by an email message or phone call.

Meeting Location
Holiday Inn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive
Arlington, VA 22209
If you are driving, the Holiday Inn provides free parking.
The Holiday Inn is two blocks north of the Rosslyn Metro Station – Orange, Blue and Silver lines. Exit the station through the “back door” (up the stairs) and turn right onto North Fort Myer Drive.
Map & Directions

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