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Kadex Aero Supply Releases King Air 350 LED Wing Tips

The Hyperion II Builds On The Company's Previous Hyperion I Success

Kadex has completed the STC process and stocked up on their Hyperion II LED Wing Tip Lighting Kit for Beechcraft King Air 350s.

The upgrade provides all the niceties that come with the jump to LED tech - freedom from finicky, delicate bulbs, unnecessarily high power draw, and poor output. The Hyperion II builds on the company's previous Hyperion I success for the  King Air C90/200/300 and 1900 series. The system installs just as easily and quickly, being a direct plug and play that even allows for the removal of the high voltage power supplies. Ideally, the Hyperion II is installed alongside fellow Kadex products for the tail navigation and strobe lights: The Orion 500. Like the rest of their catalog, parts are available throughout Kadex Aero Supply locations in Peterborough and Calgary Canada.

 “KADEX is very excited to bring this long awaited upgrade to the King Air 350” says Ken Blow, Kadex vice president.  “Months of development and careful component selection have culminated in something we are really proud of - This LED makes for trouble free operation with Safety Enhancements that can only come from the latest LED Technology.  5-Times brighter – 5-Times Lower Current Draw – and a 5 Year Worry Free Warranty – It’s just what the operators asked for” he added.  

FMI: www.kadexaero.com


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