Amglo has announced the availability of aircraft interior LED lighting designed to reduce maintenance costs. The lamps are designed to provide stable light output for their lifespan, reducing the need for change-outs, and thus reducing downtime and delays.
Amglo interior LED lamps are available for use as replacements for incandescent lamps in backlit switches, push buttons, annunciators and displays, and cabin seatbelt and no-smoking signs. The company said that the light output of each LED lamp is equivalent to the original incandescent lamps they are replacing, with the advantage of much greater life expectancy.
“Looking for ways to shave maintenance costs is top of mind for both airlines and other carriers,” said John Fogel, product manager at Amglo. “Amglo’s interior LED lamps fulfil this goal by providing a significantly longer lamp life that supports the efforts to increase efficiency, lower costs and improve overall performance.”