XeVision® HID and LED News Board
XeVision® has received the status of a United States Registered Trademark as of May 12, 2015. The XeVision® range of products covered by the United States Registered Trademark are:
High intensity discharge (HID) lamp assemblies comprised of all their components; LED flashlights; HID searchlights; LED lamp assemblies comprised of all their components. In Int’l Class 011.
Next generation XeRay™ - Tactical HID Searchlight models
They are here, see Tactical HID searchlights - Incredible!
Certified range and brightness test results according to ANSI NEMA FL1 international standards, see/download report here.
You may want to check discussions of various HID and LED searchlights with videos & pictures on the Candlepower Forum (CPF).
MIL-STD 461E and MIL-STD 810E test procedures were performed on our 50 W HID system XV-36-SL with XV4D digital ballast, integrated in a military searchlight by our customer, a European Defense & Aerospace company. The official test reports demonstrate that our HID lighting system passed these extremely demanding standards, such as high and low temperatures, vibration, high altitude, and EMC. Note that all of our HID D1S systems with our XeStrike™ digital ballasts also comply with RTCA/DO-160E standards.
XeVision® way along the 'green path'. XeVision® is implementing Pb-free technology back in 2006, in conjunction with selecting only RoHS compliant components for all our HID lighting systems, such as the XeStrike™ ballasts, XePulse™ 2 HID pulsing module, and XeSparQ™ D2 HID bulb igniter/adapter.
XeVision® is offering the first 35 watt D-series XeStrike™ ballast for driving Philips XenEcoStart™ Mercury-free (Hg-free) D3S and D4S HID bulbs. Hg-free bulbs have very different and challenging electrical requirements for the ballast design. XeVision’s first slim-line ballast features an SAE type fast start-up bulb ignition suitable for any replacement of HID systems, if 'green' compliance is necessary. This new ballast is for aviation, military, and industrial applications. OEM welcome!
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Vertical Power licensed Patented XeVision XePulse™ 2 HID pulsing algorithm, see press release here
Robinson R44 helicopter with XeVision 50 W HID system (video) Owner Sebastian Diaz Santelices of Chile - The video shows a pair of XeVision landing and taxi HID lights in the nose of the helicopter. XeVision's pulsing systems is a great safety addition. Video courtesy of Sebastian - thanks (Jurg - XeVision). Watch the YouTube video.
In-house custom design for complete HID systems XeVision provides design, development, and production service for customers with a need for special digital HID system requirements. Design features include 35, 50, and 75 watt HID systems including pulsing. We also help design proper heat sink devices for thermal control of ballasts.
XeVision offers engineering and design expertise for customer-specified requirements. Our R&D includes electronics, thermal and mechanical enclosure design as well as optical reflector design in order to optimize HID performance. Please call
Aerostars aerobatic night display with smoke activated and illuminated with XeVision XV-36-SL 75 watt HID lamps and XePulse™ wig-wag system. Watch the team in action (video). Watch the Sun'n Fun 2009 Night Show! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYFQ2qkBgk0
More awesome videos:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2JiKi4ws
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Light a Candle ..
Kerry McIntyre of KNR, Inc., Evanston, WY 82930, has written an enlightening article comparing incandescent, LED, and HID landing and taxi lights. Please download ' Light a Candle ..' published in MooneyPilots.com.
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Please compare: XeVision XeStrike™ digital ballasts versus latest Chinese ballast technology