Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI/APAPI)

PAPI

Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI/APAPI)

The Avlite LED PAPI is a highly efficient Precision Approach Path Indicator that uses LEDs as a light-source to provide low maintenance, low power consumption and high levels of reliability. The unit operates from 24VDC for energy efficiency and increased safety, and can be supplied with optional solar power supplies, AC input or traditional CCR.

Available for permanent or portable operations.

Patented LED Optics

Innovative optics achieve the industry’s lowest power consumption, uniform intensity, and sharpest red/white transition for critically accurate approach slope information to the pilot.

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  • Cost Effective Cost Effective

    • Low power consumption
    • Low ongoing maintenance costs

  • High Performance High Performance

    • Fully integratable into an Avlite runway system
    • On-demand operation
    • Patented LED Optics

  • Reliable Reliable

    • No bulbs will blow – ever
    • Latest LED technology
    • No moving parts

  • Applications Applications

    • Airfield lighting
    • Designed for commercial or military applications

  • Patented LED optics achieve lowest power consumption, highest intensity and sharpest red-white transition definition to provide critically accurate approach slope information to the pilot
  • Field proven design with over 100 systems deployed globally
  • Power options include solar station, generator kit, battery kit, AC only and constant current
  • Fixed, wireless or manual control options.
  • Proven reliability in worldwide use with almost no maintenance
  • Permanent or portable operations
  • Designed for commercial or military operations.
  • Available in a folding portable or permanent frangible version
  • Power options include 24 VDC, AC (90-270VAC), constant current (6.6A*) and solar
  • Control options include wireless, power line control (AC version only), and manual control
  • Photometrically compliant to FAA L-880/881 & E-3007
  • Photometrically compliant to ICAO Annex 14 PAPI & APAPI
  • Photometrically compliant to NATO STANAG