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New Helideck status light HeliLED

In accordance with CAP 437 a visual warning system should be installed on a helideck if a condition can exist which may be hazardous for the helicopter or its occupants. For example this could be due to gas detection or the use of a crane in the vicinity of the helideck.

 The system may comprise one or two main status lights each with a red LED flasher for long life (80,000 hours) and low maintenance housed in an Exd well glass enclosure. Repeater lights are also available so that a helicopter already on the helideck will be able to see a red light at any angle or degree of azimuth. The system has a small Exd control panel and is capable of both automatic operation (input from a fire and gas system) and manual activation by the helideck landing officer.
The main light can also be dimmed in intensity while the helicopter is landed on the helideck.

 

 

To read more, please visit the Tranberg website here.

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