Portable Helipad Lighting Systems

The Avlite EMS portable helipad lighting kit is ideal for Air Ambulance operations and other emergency situations where a temporary landing area is needed and can be easily configured and deployed to suit local requirements.

The Avlite Portable EMS Helipad Kit provides temporary lighting at emergency landing zones. The helipad lights have a minimum range of 2 miles (4km) and an autonomy in excess of 750 hours. The lights have a strong magnetic base to hold them securely on the steel base plates provided, preventing them from being dislodged by rotor wash. The steel plates come in high visibility aviation yellow.

The batteries are easily replaced by the user and the kit comes standard with high powered, readily available, air alkaline batteries.

All components are neatly housed in a sturdy storage case on wheels for easy and convenient transportation.

Portable Helipad Lighting Kits

The AV-HP-EMSKIT-5 can be used when maximum portability is required and offers partial NVG support for smaller helicopters. It contains four steady burning green lights, one flashing and white/IR(infrared) light and mounting plates all stored in a portable case.

The AV-HP-EMSKIT-9 has been designed to comply with ICAO Annex 14 requirements and offers full NVG support. It consists of eight steady burning green visible/IR (infrared) lights, one flashing white visible/IR(infrared) light, mounting plates and portable storage case.

Get in touch with our team for more information on the Avlite EMS portable lighting kit and how it can support your lighting needs.

Alternatively, discover our other portable airfield lighting systems.

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