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allows fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft to identify landing areas or drop zones at night at distances of up to 10 Miles (16kms). Able to support non- overt, covert, and FLIR operations, the system contains up to eight landing lights, each weighing less than 1 kg.


MIL-Star is capable of showing, at programmable intensities, red, blue, green, and white visible LED’s, and infrared or a combination of a visible color and infrared to support pilots wearing night vision goggles (NVGs).


The MIL-Star can be easily programmed to flash warning, location beacon or Morse Code and has the ability to detect light levels for automatic sunset and sunrise switching. It’s also portable in cases of up to eight lights and is rechargeable in its case via mains at 100-240V AC, vehicles at 13.5-28VDC, and solar or wind power. The MIL-Star landing light system is recharged via the drop-in charger cradle located in the carrying case, which accepts either AC or DC input.


MIL-Stars are pilot-control enabled and fitted with an 868 MHz (915 MHz in USA) UHF transceiver to enable each individual light or set of lights to be programmed, interrogated, and controlled by wireless commands. Using this function, MIL-Stars can be switched on from the aircraft using an in-case mobile lighting controller (MLC) transceiver or using a PC/tablet with the Zulu “dongle” transceiver. Wireless operation can set


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up, test, and control groups of lights via the VHF MLC transceiver operational at line-of-sight up to 10km away. MIL-Star is an IP65-rated light fitted with a rubber- soled stainless steel base to ensure stability under the toughest rotor-wash conditions and has been successfully tested at the Sikorsky Development Flight Center (DFC) in Florida for stability under the rotor wash of a CH-147 (Chinook).


The MIL-Star portable LED helipad lighting system has recently achieved FCC certification for operation in the U.S., and CE certification for the European Union.


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+ Small form factor rugged mission displays offer a rich feature set and ensure readability in all light conditions


+ Video distribution provides complete control including switching and quad-view, while minimizing system complexity


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