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AC Powered Lights In addition to EMTEQ’s line of 28VDC


powered LED lighting products, EMTEQ is leveraging the latest LED circuitry design to establish a product line of lights that operate directly off of 28VAC or 115VAC aircraft power bus. This eliminates the need for transformers saving weight and space. ELW83 – 115VAC Ceiling & Sidewall


Lighting ELW86 – 115VAC High-Powered Ceiling


Lighting expected completion 3Q2011.


ELR16 – 28VAC Reading Light ELD24 – 28VAC Dome Light Further designs are in development with EMTEQ contin-


ues to be able to customize the light package for general lighting or spot


lighting applications


throughout the aircraft. Infrared (IR) Mode Exterior Lights Utilizing Infrared LEDs, EMTEQ has


designed several exterior lighting solutions that allow for covert missions. EMTEQ’s compact and dual-mode IR products are ideal for special


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mission aircraft where limited power and space is available.


IR Landing Light EMTEQ has developed a direct replace-


ment kit for a PAR64 bulb. Utilizing an existing PAR36 IR LED assembly and designed adapter set, EMTEQ’s landing light provides a more focused and rugged IR light.


IR ACL Designed with a ring of Infrared (IR) LEDs


surrounding standard white LEDs, this single unit anti-collision light works for daytime and covert mission use. This product is achieving milestones in operational readiness for several fixed and rotor wing military applications.


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