Portable MALSR

Currently, airports around the world are using flashtubes, incandescent and halogen bulbs for runway and taxiway lighting systems. This old technology is proving to be less efficient and more expensive due to the amount of energy used and customer maintenance and repair. The biggest concern in the airport industry is safety. With the increase in number of maintenance vehicles the risk of runway mishaps has increased.

The application of LED technology in airfield lighting operations has increased safety while providing energy and financial cost saving to airports

Our experience comes from our success in the design and manufacturing of portable LED/IR airfield electrical products, LED lamps/fixtures, as well as MALSRs, REILs, PAPI systems and frangible towers.

Designed to comply with FAA-E-2980 (For Portable Application)
  • Brightness levels – Low, Medium, High
  • Battery Operated - 15 hours on full brightness
  • Rechargeable in the field by AC power source (Generator not included)
  • Installation Time – less than 8 hours
  • Portable
  • Dual mode available
  • - IR 850nm or broadband IR for EFVS (Enhanced Flight Vision Systems)
  • Disassembles for easy transport and storage
  • Storage cases can be included for re-use of the system
    • 45 – PAR 38 LED White Lamps

      18 – PAR 56 LED Green Lamps

      5 – PAR 56 LED White Sequenced Flashing Lamps

      9 – PAR 38 Steady Burning Light Bars - 10 feet wide

      5 – PAR 56 Threshold Light Bars - 30 feet wide

      Covers a 150 foot wide runway


      13 – Battery Boxes

      Cables for Recharging and Control

      10 ft Cable to connect Battery Box to each lamp for power and Control

      250 ft cable to connect each Battery Box for recharging and control

      650 ft cable


      1 – Control Box

      Visible

      Elliptical Shape ± 6° Horizontal ± 4° Vertical

      Average Intensity Levels

    • • High (100%) – 5000 Cd ± 1000 o
    • • Medium (20%) – 1000 Cd ± 200 o
    • • Low (4%) – 200 Cd ± 40
    • Chromaticity – Aviation Green (500nm to 530nm)

      Infrared - Military 850 nm/Civilian EFVS

      Visible

      Elliptical Shape ± 8° Horizontal ± 8° Vertical

      Average Intensity Levels

    • • High (100%) – 10,000 Cd ± 1,500
    • • Medium (20%) – 2,000 Cd ± 300
    • • Low (4%) – 400 Cd ± 60
    • Chromaticity – Aviation White

      Infrared

    • • 8.2 W/Sr between 1,300nm and 1,800 nm
    • • 3.3 W/Sr between 3,400nm and 4,200 nm>

      Visible

      Elliptical Shape ± 15° Horizontal ± 5° Vertical

      Average Effective Intensity Levels

    • • High (100%) – 14,000 Cd ± 6000
    • • Medium (20%) – 1,400 Cd ± 600
    • • Low(4%)–300Cd±150
    • Chromaticity – Aviation White

      Infrared - Military 850 nm/Civilian EFVS

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