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Some Factors Affecting Visibility of Aircraft Navigation and Anticollision Lights

2014-05-29
CURRENT
AIR1106B
The scope of this SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) is to discuss factors affecting visibility of aircraft navigation and anticollision lights, enabling those concerned with their use to have a better technical understanding of such factors, and to aid in exercising appropriate judgment in the many possible flight eventualities.
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Position and Anticollision Lights - Fixed-Wing Aircraft

2017-11-09
CURRENT
ARP991C
This document covers the recommended lighting performance and design criteria for: a Left Forward Navigation Position Lights (Red) b Right Forward Navigation Position Lights (Green) c Rear Navigation Position Lights (White) d Anticollision Lights (1) Red Flashing Lights Top and Bottom Fuselage (2) White Flashing Strobe Lights Wing Tips and/or Tail (3) Red Flashing Beacon Light on Top of Vertical Tail
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POSITION AND ANTICOLLISION LIGHTS - TURBINE POWERED FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT

1996-04-01
HISTORICAL
ARP991B
This document covers the recommended lighting performance and design criteria for: a Left Forward Navigation Position Lights (Red) b Right Forward Navigation Position Lights (Green) c Rear Navigation Position Lights (White) d Anticollision Lights (1) Red Flashing Lights Top and Bottom Fuselage (2) White Flashing Lights Wing Tips and/or Tail
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Lighting, Aircraft Exterior, Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) Compatible

1993-06-18
CURRENT
ARP4392
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) describes the recommended performance levels for equipment located on the aircraft exterior which produces radiant energy which will provide desired information when viewed with NVIS goggles. These performance intensities, normally stated in candelas for visible light, are modified to consider the goggle spectral response range. Where necessary, location of the equipment on the airplane is specified. The spectral emission characteristics may or may not include visible light. Whether or not visible energy is emitted, this document will refer to these items of equipment as "lights".
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Predicting Photometric Degradation of Exterior Aircraft Lights

2018-10-16
WIP
ARP6621
This Aerospace Recommended Practice provides guidance for designers and specifiers of aircraft exterior lighting. Typical causes of light degradation and methods of predicting performance degradation in the aircraft environment are given.
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Wing Inspection Lights – Design Criteria

2011-11-16
CURRENT
ARP4087C
This SAE Aerospace Recommend Practice (ARP) is intended to cover the external lights on fixed wing aircraft for illuminating the wing leading edge and engine nacelles and the upper surfaces of the wing. The addition of an ice detection system should be implemented when the areas to inspect are not visible from the aircraft cockpit. It is not intended that this Recommended Practice require the use of any particular light source such as Halogen, LED or other specific design of lamp.
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High Intensity Discharge Light Sources

2019-03-28
WIP
ARP5647B
This SAE Aerospace Recommend Practice (ARP) is intended to identify both safety related best practices and unique design considerations of metal halides High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps and power supplies in aircraft applications.
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High Intensity Discharge Light Sources

2014-04-03
CURRENT
ARP5647A
This SAE Aerospace Recommend Practice (ARP) is intended to identify both safety related best practices and unique design considerations of metal halides High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps and power supplies in aircraft applications.
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High Intensity Discharge Light Sources

2006-02-17
HISTORICAL
ARP5647
This SAE Aerospace Recommend Practice (ARP) is intended to recommend safety related best practices when using metal halides high intensity discharge (HID) lamps and power supplies in aircraft applications.
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Landing and Taxiing Lights - Design Criteria for Installation

2018-07-02
CURRENT
ARP693E
This document includes requirements of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet/turbofan e Military high-performance fighter and attack f Helicopter This document will cover general requirements and recommended practices for all types of landing and taxi lights. More specific recommendations for LED lights in particular can be found in ARP6402.
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LANDING AND TAXIING LIGHTS - DESIGN CRITERIA FOR INSTALLATION

1991-01-30
HISTORICAL
ARP693B
This SAE Recommended Practice includes requirements of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet e Military high performance fighter and attack f Helicopter
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Landing and Taxiing Lights - Design Criteria for Installation

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
ARP693C
This document includes requirements of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet e Military high performance fighter and attack f Helicopter
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Landing and Taxiing Lights - Design Criteria for Installation

2012-03-01
HISTORICAL
ARP693D
This document includes requirements of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet e Military high performance fighter and attack f Helicopter
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LED Landing, Taxiing, Runway Turnoff, and Recognition Lights

2011-11-21
CURRENT
ARP6402A
This document includes recommendations of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet e Military high performance fighter and attack f Helicopter which are subject to the following CFR Parts certification: Part 23 – Airworthiness Standards: Normal, Utility, Acrobatic and Commuter Aircrafts Part 25 – Airworthiness Standards: Transport Category Aircrafts Part 27 – Airworthiness Standards: Normal Category Rotorcraft Part 29 – Airworthiness Standards: Transport Category Rotorcraft
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LED Landing, Taxiing, Runway Turnoff, and Recognition Lights

2011-06-21
HISTORICAL
ARP6402
This document includes recommendations of installations of adequate landing and taxiing lighting systems in aircraft of the following categories: a Single engine personal and/or liaison type b Light twin engine c Large multiengine propeller d Large multiengine turbojet e Military high performance fighter and attack f Helicopter which are subject to the following CFR Parts certification: Part 23 – Airworthiness Standards: Normal, Utility, Acrobatic and Commuter Aircrafts Part 25 – Airworthiness Standards: Transport Category Aircrafts Part 27 – Airworthiness Standards: Normal Category Rotorcraft Part 29 – Airworthiness Standards: Transport Category Rotorcraft
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Design Requirements and Test Procedures for Dual Mode Exterior Lights

2005-07-13
HISTORICAL
ARP5825
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) contains the general requirements and test procedures for Dual Mode (NVIS Friendly visible and Covert) exterior lighting for most rotorcraft and fixed wing aircraft and could be applicable to ground vehicles that desire a Dual Mode lighting system.
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Design Requirements and Test Procedures for Dual Mode Exterior Lights

2016-05-06
CURRENT
ARP5825A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) contains the general requirements and test procedures for Dual Mode (NVIS Friendly visible and Covert) exterior lighting for most rotorcraft and fixed wing aircraft and could be applicable to ground vehicles that desire a Dual Mode lighting system.
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