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March 14, 2014 - 7:40am

Emteq introduced its new 3X Series white wash LED lighting for business aircraft cabin upgrades at AEA yesterday. The 3X lights run directly off 28 VDC aircraft electric power and can be installed as either a minor modification or as part of a full modification package, according to Emteq.

December 5, 2013 - 4:25am

Canadian interiors completion provider Innotech Aviation of Montreal and Design Q of London have developed a new concept in cabin lighting: applying Swarovski crystals to variable-color LED cabin lighting panels to create “a unique, industry-first lighting environment.”

The first applications, according to Innotech director of avionics engineering Gesse Sciacca, are being incorporated in a Global, with delivery anticipated before year-end.

August 6, 2013 - 2:43pm

Cessna’s Milwaukee Citation Service Center recently completed its first Citation X customer installation of the LoPresti Next Generation HID BoomBeam lights. The BoomBeam HID lighting system is said to be 500 percent brighter and consume up to 75 percent less power than the stock lighting equipment. It also reduces operator and owner maintenance costs, says LoPresti, while reducing the amount of time an aircraft may be grounded due to lighting failures.

December 12, 2012 - 5:45am
Emteq’s Daylight lighting system allows for variable LED lighting that can replicate multiple shades of white, all controlled through the cabin management system.

Emteq was one of the first business aviation suppliers to introduce LED lighting to the private jet cabin, and with the U.S.-based company leading the way, LED has become the standard in cabin lighting, from washroom to cockpit, to reading lights and emergency signage.

October 31, 2012 - 6:42pm

Emteq, which introduced its LED mood lighting in 2006, has sold more than 2,600 feet of its original Quasar full-spectrum variant and is now introducing Quasar II at Booth No. 3793.

Thanks to constantly improving technology, Quasar II lighting is smaller and lighter in weight, while at the same time offering greater light intensity. Quasar II also offers the advantage of operating on both 28 volts DC or 115 volts AC, and it provides two-inch node resolution with clearer and smoother lighting control.

January 18, 2012 - 1:45pm

The FAA granted TSO approval for LED position and anti-collision lights manufactured by AeroLEDs. The approval means that the AeroLEDs position and nav lights are qualified for installation on all certified aircraft for which they are compatible. The company’s Pulsar NSP nav/strobe/position light, Pulsar N/S nav/strobe and SunTail tail strobe use LED lights with a life expectancy of 50,000 hours and no external power supply. Pilots can comfortably fly with the AeroLEDs lights switched on without worrying about the shorter lifetime of Xenon or incandescent bulbs.

 
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