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Q Aviation's LED Helideck Lighting systems, Explosion proof and Safe area, includes the necessary operation and stable operation of the helideck: Our Newest product the HAPI (Helicopter Approach Path Indicator) and the Circle / H, Windsocks, Perimeter, Flood, Status and Obstruction Lights.
Q-HAPI system provides the necessary visual information to place the helicopter on the ideal approach slope path. Pilots can easily determine if their approach is too high, too low, or correctly on slope through combinations of red and green lights. The Q-HAPI is available in three basic models with multiple configuration options to comply to ICAO requirements.
The signal repetition rate of the flashing sectors must be greater than 2 Hz.
In accordance with ICAO, the HAPI is capable of adjustment in elevation at any desired angle between 1 and 12 degrees above the horizontal with an accuracy of +/- 5 minutes of arc. The Q-HAPI will switch off atomically when the vertical misalignment of a unit exceeds ±0.5 degrees (±30 minutes).
The STB233 is designed primarily for the Q-HAPI system. it stabilizes on the Bank (X) and Elevation (Y) axis so that the mounting arm with its Q-HAPI System will always stay level, regardless of the motions of the vessel.
The gyro-stabilized platforms are built around a rugged pan and tilt mechanism. This high resolution digital system uses the best wide bandwidth, low noise, solid-state gyros. The whole system is user configurable.
Note: This product must be connected to the Q72RI03 – Q-HAPI System. The Q-HAPI System is sold separately.
Marking TDPM / Circle & H Lighting for helideck - The lit TD/PM Circle is superimposed on the yellow painted marking. It comprises a concentric circle of at least 16 discrete lighting segments. The elements have a width of 100 mm. A single circle is positioned at the mean radius of the painted circle of the Helideck. As stated in CAP437 the lighting segments provide coverage between 50% and 75% of the circumference and are equidistantly placed with the gaps between them not less than 0,5 m. The mechanical housing is yellow powder coated and grip coated.
Perimeter lights, spaced at intervals of not more than 3 m, should be fitted around the perimeter of the landing area of the helideck. For any helideck where the D-value is greater than 16 m, the perimeter lights should not exceed a height of 25 cm above the surface of the helideck.
The Q-Perimeter Lights are constructed according to the ICAO and FAA regulations and are approved for all helidecks and helipads. The perimeter lights must be positioned around the helideck with a maximum distance of 3 meters.
The Q-Flushmount Perimeter Light, spaced at intervals of not more than 3 m, should be fitted around the perimeter of the landing area of the helideck or helipad/port. For any application, the Q-Flushmount Perimeter Light will not exceed a height of 25 mm above the surface. The Q-Flushmount Perimeter Light is made for flushmount facilities. When the Q-Flushmount Perimeter Light is used on the surface, a Q-Seating Pot will be needed to mount the Q-Flushmount Perimeter Light correctly.
FLOODLIGHT EQUIPMENT - Safe passenger disembarking and surface illumination is the power of the Q-Floodlight. Because of its sleek design and easy to install baseplate, the Q-Floodlight is the perfect addition to your Heliplatform. For some decks it may be beneficial to improve depth perception by floodlighting the main structure or 'legs' of the platform.
The Q-Status Light System is the 750 cd, 120 flashes per minute status light system that can indicate when a helicopter is prohibited to land on your helideck. The status light system is easy to maintain and offers various features such as a gas sensor input and different intensities that can be controlled remotely.
The Q-Offshore Status light repeater is a CAP437 compliance 60 cd 120FPM flashing light for all offshore facilities. The status light repeater works as Slave and the Q14RI03 Status Light is required as a master. Both Status lights must be connected to the Status light controller.
Q-Aviation Obstruction Lights are low intensity or medium intensity class aircraft warning lights. The different types of AWL/obstruction lights comply to FAA, ICAO and CAA regulations. The obstruction lights are suitable for every high structure such as: wind turbines, explosion risk zones, chimneys, tower cranes, flares, buildings, pylons, water tanks and chemical petro.
The Q-HAPI is very easy to adjust on site by and it is designed to be visible during day- and night-time. The intensity of the Q-HAPI can be manually switched during night-time or daytime to the following intensities: 10%, 30% and 100% according to ICAO annex 14.
A This product must be connected to
the Q-HAPI (Q72RI03/ Q72FR03/ Q72RI01). The Q-HAPI is sold separately.
B) When a complete helideck/heliport package is offered, the Q-Controller for HAPI system, can be built in the Q31WMX/R/S Control Systems.
The intensity of the Q -HAPI can be manually switched during night - time or daytime to the following intensities: 10% , 30% and 100% according to ICAO annex 14
The Q-Control is the standard solution for switching on and off your lighting groups on the helideck, heliport or any Heli platform. The basic functions are implemented by using only high quality branded components. The Q-Control operate 2 groups for the status light and the TD/PM system and has 6 free groups of 16A each. This makes the Q-Control the ideal solution for any helideck, heliport or any Heli platform
The Q-Control has six switches that can be manually switched on and off. In addition to these switches, the Q-Control has a factory standard built-in interface that allows remote control.
Using remote control offers the Q-Control to switch on several groups by a radio controller or any desired interface.
In addition to switching on and off groups remotely, the Power Active and Fault light indicators are also interfaced to display remotely.
A visual warning system should be installed if a condition can exist on an installation which may be hazardous for the helicopter or its occupants. The system (Status Lights) should be a flashing red light (or lights), visible to the pilot from any direction of approach and on any landing heading. The aeronautical meaning of a flashing red light is either “do not land, aerodrome not available for landing” or “move clear of landing area”. The system should be automatically initiated at the appropriate hazard level (e.g. impending gas release) as well as being capable of manual activation by the HLO