The Company has developed a Night Vision Goggle compatible cockpit. Offering the maximum in operational flexibility, the required modifications are integral to the aircraft's instrumentation and requires no setups or adjustments, yet with this option installed, the aircraft can still be operated night IFR without the use of NVG goggles.
All lighted cockpit instruments, panel area lights, avionics displays and cockpit annunciators have been modified with special instrument bezels and/or NVG compatible filaments which allow unhindered operations of the latest NVG goggles.
Without the possibility of goggle shutdowns, safe low-light level operations can be confidently conducted. The option package also contains NVG compatible glareshield flood lighting and overhead map/flood lights. All areas of the cockpit contain their own light dimming controls to provide the desired blend of light intensities for specific operations.
An NVG compatible landing light has also been provided for low light level airport and water operations. A second, standard landing light is still installed for normal, nighttime operations. However, attention has been given to the placement of the standard landing light control to preclude inadvertent operations while operating under NVG conditions.
With maximum operational flexibility, your multi-mission, amphibious aircraft can be operated under low light level conditions just with the installation of your NVG goggles.