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LoPresti Announces New STC For Robinson Helicopters

'BoomBeam" Landing And Taxi Lights Approved For The Aircraft

The FAA has granted an STC to LoPresti Aviation for the installation of its BoomBeam HID landing and taxi lighting on Robinson helicopters.

According to LoPresti, the BoomBeam HID landing and taxi light system offers the industry leading technology for reliable long range lighting.   No other technology even approaches the light performance of BoomBeam HID.

LoPresti says the new lighting system:

  • Increases Safety, See and Be Seen.
  • Produces 800% More Light, engineered specifically for each model aircraft.
  • Nose gear lights operate during landing mod.
  • More closely approximates the color temperature of Natural Daylight.
  • 5 year/5,000 hr Warranty, the proven system based on time-tested experience.
  • Reduces Electrical Load and Heat.
  • Decreases AOG Time for lighting issues, no filament to break.
  • FAA STC and PMA for hundreds of make/models.

LoPresti Aviation a leading provider of high performance landing and taxi lighting for business and general aviation.

The company offers kits for over 350 fixed wing and helicopter installations.  Each BoomBeam HID kit comes with approved engineering, installation instructions and a 5 year warranty.

(Image provided by LoPresti Aviation)

FMI: www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-stc-robinson-helicopters-david-lopresti


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