MALSR (Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System with Runway Alignment Indicator Lights) is used by pilots during instrument landing approach to align the aircraft with the centerline of the runway. Up to sixty-three (63) steady-burning lights are used to create a reference plane, and up to eight (8) lights create a sequential strobing flash pattern that rolls toward the runway threshold. Three intensity settings allow the approach to be used under changing weather conditions. MALS (Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System) is available. A 6.6a series circuit powers the entire MALSR system. This provides for greater dependability, increased control, decreased maintenance, improved efficiency and lower installation costs.
White lights that form a reference plane to aid in aircraft alignment with the runway and may be semiflush FAA E2491 (ZA480, 3@105w) or elevated FAA E982 (ZA420, 150w*).
* Exceeds 150 PAR/SP photometrics.
Sequence Flasher Fixtures
White lights that create a sequential strobing flash pattern that rolls toward the runway threshold. May be mounted on frangible masts or frangible couplings. FAA L849, Style A and E (FTS 815 voltage-powered, FTS 835 current-driven).
Fiberglass Frangible Approach Mast
These low impact resistant (LIR) support structures are available in 6 ft to 128 ft heights to provide a high intensity guidance system in the clear zone. They are the only masts that are fully compliant with FAA-E2702 specs.