Military and NVG operations
The precision approach path indicator (PAPI) works equally well in permanent or temporary locations. Permanent mounting is easy with standard frangible mounting. Temporary deployment is fast with retractable legs and a lightweight, compact form factor.
The PAPI and the abbreviated PAPI (APAPI) use patented, LED-based optics to achieve the lowest power consumption, highest intensity, and sharpest white/red transition. They exceed ICAO, FAA, and STANAG requirements to provide a clear approach path to the aviator.
Power Supply Versatility
The low power consumption of the PAPI makes it mate well with several available power supplies:
• Solar kit
• Generator kit
• Battery kit
• AC only
The optional wireless control provides on-demand operation from over 4 km (2.5 mi) away. There is also 3- and 5-step, wired control, and local control available.
Deployed around the globe, from military to civilian airfields and from the Middle East to the Arctic Circle, the PAPI has proven it is robust.
FAA PAPI and APAPI
ICAO PAPI and APAPI
UFC and NATO STANAG