TracMap’s new Internal Lightbar increases pilot safety by incorporating hazard warnings and angle of intercept display.
Mosgiel, Otago. 11 April, 2023 In response to feedback from pilots, TracMap has introduced a new Internal Lightbar with a second row of lights displaying angle of intercept for improved operational safety.
“We’ve worked closely with pilots on this development. Including the angle of intercept on the Lightbar means the pilot no longer needs to refer to the TML-A to stay on line or find the start of a new line,” said Chris Holden, Australian Aviation Sales Manager. “All the information they need is displayed on the lightbar, significantly increasing the amount of time a pilot can keep their eyes outside, and, naturally, increasing pilot safety,” he said.
Chris further indicated that when used with TracMap’s TML-A system, the Lightbar is customizable allowing the pilot to configure how information such as warnings and spray indicators are displayed.
The compact design has flexible mounting options to suit both fixed-wing and rotor aircraft, a wide brightness range for pilot comfort, and high refresh rate. The new Lightbar seamlessly integrates into current TML-A installations using existing cables making upgrades easy and will ship with all new orders from March 2023.
For more information about TracMap’s Internal Lightbar and upgrade offers, please contact one of our Sales Managers on 0800 872 262.