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The 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 Q-HAPI system provides the necessary visual information to place the helicopter on the ideal approach slope path. The Q-HAPI is a lighting unit which emits four distinct types of light:
1. Flashing Green Light = Helicopter above the optimal approach slope (too high)
2. Fix Green Light = Helicopter on the slope
3. Fix Red Light = Helicopter slightly below the optimal slope (slightly too low)
4. Flashing Red Light = Helicopter below the optimal slope (too low)
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).
|Light Color:||Red (Flashing)/Green (Flashing)|
|Light Intensity:||9000 cd / 9000 cd|
|Vertical Beam Profile:||ICAO annex 14, Volume II chapter 5.3.5|
|Enclosure:||Powder coated Aluminum|
|Input Voltage:||Via controller|
|Tested Ambient Temp:||-30° to +70°C|
|In Compliance With:||ICAO annex 14, Volume II 5.3.5 FAA AC 150/5390-2C|
|Dimension:||688 x 339 x 249 mm|
|Dimension Packaging:||800 x 500 x 500 mm|