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Helicopter Exterior Lighting Systems

DeVore Aviation is the premier source when it comes to Rotorcraft Illumination.  Rotorcrafts benefit from increased lighting in all stages of operation from ground personnel maintaining separation from rotational surfaces to empowering visualization in the night sky.  When a rotorcraft operates with one of DeVore Aviations lighting kits, there remains no doubt as to its placement in its physical environment.  DeVore Aviation provides peace of mind with an aircrew’s safety and has been doing it for over a half a century. 
DeVore’s lighting kits include our World Famous Tel-Tail Tail Rotor Lighting kits (TT), our Forward Facing Recognition Lighting kits (FFRL), our Main Rotor Disc Lighting kits (MRL), and our  Fuselage Flood Lighting kits (FFL)

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Fixed Wing Exterior Lighting Systems

Increase your flight safety via illumination is the staple of DeVore Aviations flagship product line. DeVore’s Tel-Tail Logo Light kits for most of your makes and models from the Cessna 172 to the Boeing 747 let DeVore Aviation bask your Vertical Stabilizer in a bright and consistent array of light which will increase your visibility and insure visual recognition both on the ground or operating in a busy airspace. DeVore also provides Landing Lights, Taxi Lights, Anti-Collision Lights, Position Lights, Wing Inspection Lights, Stair Door Lights, and Emergency Over wing Exit lights.



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PLASI - Pulse Light Approach Slope Indicator

PLASI systems, on a visual approach, provides the pilot with a stabilized approach by means of a single light source from a position adjacent to the intended touchdown point.

The PLASI system has an effective visual range of 5 nm during the day and up to 20 nm at night. A pilot who is flying the approach on glidepath will see a steady white light. Stray above the glidepath, he will see a pulsing white light. Alternatively, stray below glidepath, he will first see a steady red light, turning into a flashing red light the lower he goes.

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