LANDING STRIP LIGHT KIT
An "airfield in a suitcase" solution. A fast-deployed, 10 light kit of our Landing Strip Light.
Used for expeditionary, improvised or temporary airfields. Suitable for a 1,000' runway, if placed at typical 200' intervals (max.). Order multiple kits for longer runways.
Operators Liability- The system has been designed to be operated under normal visual meteorological conditions for night flying by a pilot with normal vision. The system is utilized at the operator's discretion and risk. The suppliers accept no liability whatsoever whether implied or explicit for any incidents/accidents that may incur. The operator must ensure that trained personnel operate the system and are made fully aware of aviation safety and that the runway remains clear of animals, pedestrians and obstructions at all times during landings and takeoffs. Only competent and currently night rated pilots may use this system. Use by student pilots training for night rating is prohibited.
Landing Strip Light Kit Jr.
10 light basic kit, packed in a Pelican 1550 equipment case for ease of storage, handling, and set up. Suitable for a 1,000' runway. Weight: 50lb.
Note: Kit uses 3 "C" batteries. 3 batteries will provide approx. 30 hrs of continuous use.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
These work great for our Arctic snow groomed 1500 to 2000 rapid deployed airstrips for our resupply Single Turbine Otter on skis. Have a lit runway in less than 45 minutes.
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