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Aircraft Fluorescent Lighting Ballast/Fixture Safety Standard

2006-08-03
HISTORICAL
AS4914B
The purpose of this standard is to recommend minimum performance requirements to assist the specification writer in establishing a failsafe airplane interior light assembly design. This standard relates to the design of fluorescent lamp ballasts, lampholders, fixtures, and installation of the same.
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CREW STATION LIGHTING - COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT

1972-05-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1161
This ARP covers the recommended requirements for the lighting and characteristics of instruments; information plates and displays; emergency, cautionary, advisory and status displays; circuit breaker and toggle switch positions; and the recommended requirements for the utility lighting system.
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DESIGN CRITERIA FOR WHITE INCANDESCENT LIGHTED AEROSPACE INSTRUMENTS

1965-06-01
HISTORICAL
ARP798
This recommended practice covers the general requirements and test procedures recommended for use with white incandescent integrally lighted instruments. Its use should provide uniformity of illumination from instrument to instrument and legibility under daylight operation. An appendix is provided to familiarize the designer with some of the techniques used to obtain uniformity of color and illumination in various types of instruments.
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ELECTROLUMINESCENCE, DESIGN CRITERIA AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE IN AEROSPACE VEHICLE CREW STATION AREAS

1968-04-01
HISTORICAL
ARP922
The scope of this ARP is to provide general requirements for application of electroluminescence to Aerospace Vehicle Crew Station Area instruments and control panels. The design brightness and color recommendations stated in this ARP are intended to apply where a crew station has multiple usage of electroluminescence in both instruments and control panels and when different manufacturers may be involved. These recommendations may also be helpful for the design of individually used displays incorporating electroluminescence, however, this light source has extensive design versatility through variance of manufacturing and operating parameters and the numerous acceptable design recommendations will not be stated herein. Electroluminescence will herein be referred to as EL.
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EMERGENCY EVACUATION ILLUMINATION

1989-08-29
HISTORICAL
ARP503E
This Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides criteria for design and location of power supplies, controls, light fixtures, and associated equipment which are used to provide emergency illumination in transport aircraft, designed to FAR 25 (Ref. 1) for operation under FAR 91 and FAR 121 (Ref. 2), and also in compliance with FAA Advisory Circular AC25.812-1A (Ref. 3). It is not the purpose of an ARP to specify design methods to be followed in the accomplishment of the stated objectives.
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ILLUMINATED SIGNS

1991-09-06
HISTORICAL
ARP711
This Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers the general design and performance characteristics of illuminated information signs for service in the passenger compartment of passenger transport aircraft. "Illuminated information signs" are lighted signs used to inform occupants of the passenger compartment. This ARP does not apply to "EXIT" signs which are the subject of ARP503.
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Illuminated Signs

2002-06-14
HISTORICAL
ARP711A
This Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers the general design and performance characteristics of illuminated information signs for service in the passenger compartment of passenger transport aircraft. "Illuminated information signs" are lighted signs used to inform occupants of the passenger compartment. Signs may use symbols or letters to convey messages. This ARP does not apply to "EXIT" signs which are the subject of ARP503.
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Lighting, Integral, For Aircraft Instruments: Criteria for Design of Red Incandescent Lighted Instruments

2001-06-01
HISTORICAL
ARP582B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers the general requirements and test procedures for illuminating systems for integrally lighted aircraft instruments in order to provide (a) uniformity of illumination within each instrument, (b) legibility of instrument presentation under daylight or integral light, and (c) uniformity of illumination between instrument displays.
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Lighting, Integral, for Aircraft Instruments: Criteria for Design of Red Lighted Instruments

1967-10-31
HISTORICAL
ARP582A
This ARP covers the general requirements and test procedures for illuminating systems for integrally lighted aircraft instruments in order to provide (a) uniformity of illumination within each instrument, (b) legibility of instrument presentation under daylight or integral light, and (c) uniformity of illumination between instrument displays.
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NIGHT VISION GOGGLE (NVG) COMPATIBLE LIGHT SOURCES

1988-09-19
HISTORICAL
ARP4168
This ARP covers three common lamp light sources, incandescent, electroluminescent and light emitting diode that, when NVG filtered, can be used to illuminate NVG compatible aerospace crew stations. It is recognized that many other different light sources can also be used for this purpose.
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NIGHT VISION GOGGLE (NVG) FILTERS

1988-09-19
HISTORICAL
ARP4169
This ARP discusses the desired characteristics of night vision goggle (NVG) filters that can be used with incandescent, electroluminescent (EL) and light emitting diode (LED) light sources to achieve NVG compatible lighting of aerospace crew stations. This ARP also discusses the parameters that need to be considered when selecting a night vision goggle/daylight viewing (NVG/DV) filter for proper contrast enhancement to achieve readability in daylight.
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Night Vision Goggles (NVG) Compatible Lighting for Civil Aircraft

2000-04-01
HISTORICAL
AS5452
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) will specify what type night vision goggles are required, minimum requirements for compatible crew station lighting, aircraft exterior lighting such as anticollision lights and position/navigation lights that are “NVG compatible.” Also, this document is intended to set standards for NVG utilization for aircraft so that special use aircraft such as the Coast Guard, Border Patrol, Air Rescue, Police Department, Medivacs, etc., will be better equipped to chase drug smugglers and catch illegal immigrants, rescue people in distress, reduce high-speed chases through city streets by police, etc. Test programs and pilot operator programs are required.
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