Transaero Inc. is pleased to announce its expanded international distribution partnership with Exelis Inc. Through this agreement, Transaero will now to inventory, market and sell Exelis’ F4949 Aviator Night Vision Imaging System throughout the United States and to select international markets. With exceptional reliability, the Exelis F4949 Night Vision Goggles/Image Intensifier System helps ensure a safer, more secure world. The F4949 system, known as the AN/AVS-9(V) by the U.S. Government, features Generation III tube performance offering high resolution, high gain and photo response to near infrared. A low-profile battery pack improves aviator head mobility and increases battery life. Exelis’ F4949 series is available in over 40 different configurations and helmet mounts can be included for fixed or rotary-wing. For more information, please contact Transaero at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at www.transaeroinc.com. Transaero has the F4949 in stock and available for immediate delivery. Transaero has been recognized as a leading technical sales, marketing and distribution company of engineered products to airline, life support and military markets worldwide.
Compatible with commercial, civil, law enforcement, aero-medical and military aircraft, Paradigm™ Series LED Landing Lights from Hoffman Performance Lighting are ruggedized, drop-in replacements for existing quartz halogen lamps. Hoffman’s PAR64 and PAR46 are fully qualified to RTCA DO160, MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, and other requirements for fixed-wing aircraft and rotorcraft.
Paradigm™ lights are rated for more than 50,000 hours and maintain the initial candela output over their entire service life. Innovative control electronics and LED technology eliminate the abbreviated service life and premature failure of incandescent lights from exposure to extreme temperatures, shock, vibration and weather.
Paradigm™ lights feature three independent LED light sources, providing triple redundant reliability. Higher color temperature light output and superior brightness improve visual acuity and aircraft visibility. Unlike filament-based lighting LEDs will not cause structural damage from thermal radiation. Paradigm™ lights consume less power than other LED lighting solutions by using parabolic reflection to form the beam pattern. Hoffman’s parabolic technology provides peak efficiency while minimizing losses due to heat and optical transmission losses compared to other LED solutions that use discrete optics and/or optical clusters. Read more at www.hoffmanengineering.com
Newbury Park, Calif.-based Micronor has released an MRI-compatible fiber optic absolute rotary encoder system. The optical MR338 passive sensor provides precision absolute angular measurement from zero to 360 degrees with 13-bit (8192 count) resolution and 12-bit multi-turn tracking. A duplex multimode fiber optic link connects the passive MR338 Sensor to the active MR330 controller module installed outside the MRI area. This absolute encoder system is designed for use in functional-MRI research, MRI training phantoms, EMC test facilities and other challenging electromagnetic environments where EMF and RF transparency is required. For more details, visit www.micronor.com