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LIGHTING UP THE SKY Panel Lighting Luma Technologies continues to grow its line of LED Replacement


Panels designed with Drop in "Plug & Play" simplicity. The past few months have centered on completing their STC package covering the King Air family of Glareshield and center console displays while the second half of the year will begin to fold in more rotary wing mod- els including various Bell offerings followed up with the BK-117 and other venerable platforms with aging and unreliable incandescent hard- ware screaming for replacement. "We've always been various focused on the rotory wing market ever says Bruce Maxwell, Luma's Founder and


since the start of the company"


Managing Member. "Our first certified product was on the Eurocopter AS350/355 through HeliLynx's very popular FX performance enhancement kits sold around the world. Since then we have remained keenly focused on the needs and opportunities of the various fleets around the world." With the Fixed-wing offerings now mature and entering into produc-


tion Luma is now able to bring their attention back around to serving the growing needs of the helicopter marketplace. "I think we're going to make a lot of people very happy" said Maxwell. "Almost everything we'll be bringing on line will be available in standard or two forms of NVIS compatible lighting. The main thing to remember is that they're all solid-state LED, with stunning Sunlight Readable lighting already proven to meet FAA requirements for daytime operations", Maxwell said. "We should be very busy by year's end".


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