April 2000 Issue

Precise Flight’s Pulselite

In our view, it delivers on claims of increased bulb life and improved conspicuity.


Most pilots generally assume that switching on the landing light during daylight operations radically improves the chances of avoiding a midair collision, especially in a busy pattern.

While this may not always be true, logically, a bright landing light will improve your chances to be seen, especially when you’re head-on to any traffic that you might or might not see. If a bright light is good, is a flashing bright light better? Again, probably so, or at least so claims Precise Flight, manufacturer of the Pulselite landing light flasher system.

The Pulselite has been on the market for a number of years and has a reputation for being a well-made, easy-to-install device....

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