TORRANCE, CA - May 19, 1998 - A new four-page color brochure featuring specifications
and a cross-reference chart showing LED replacement part numbers for the
most common incandescent lamps used in aviation lighting has been recently
published by LEDtronics®, Inc.
Using Based LEDs and multi-LED arrays, LEDtronics® has already developed
direct LED replacements for dozens of common incandescent applications in
the aircraft and aerospace industry, from Striplights and Pathlights in
the floors, to overhead cabin lights, to new takes on indicators for the
galley, cockpit and cabin. LEDtronics® bargraph displays can give pilots
essential information at a glance, while high-intensity blinking LEDs command
immediate attention from pilots, cabin attendants and ground control personnel.
Monochromatic instrument and area lighting, as well as LEDtronics® unique
LED Cockpit Flashlight™, use color to preserve the night vision of
pilots and ground control personnel. The company also offers numerous applications
in exit signs, proximity lights and cargo bay lighting.
LEDtronics®’ LED replacements for aviation lighting makes sense
because LEDs don’t have fragile filaments to break or wear out. They
will last, on average, about 100,000 hours or ten times longer than standard
incandescents. LEDtronics®’ LED solutions are also 10 to 50 times
more energy efficient than incandescents and emit virtually no heat – saving
gallons and gallons of jet fuel.
If you have an application not covered by LEDtronics®’ standard
LEDs, they will custom engineer a solution that will meet or exceed virtually
any lighting requirement.
For a free copy of the Aviation Lighting Brochure, call LEDtronics® at
(310) 534-1505 or fax 310/534-1424. You may write to them at 4009 Pacific
Coast Highway, Torrance, CA 90505. LEDtronics®' site on the Internet
is at www.LEDtronics.com.