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Helmet-Mounted Light, Multi-Function
Made in the USA
HEL-STAR 6 is the latest in a series of marker lights designed specifically for helmet-mounting for airborne, MFF, and other military operations. HEL-STAR 6 combines features of the earlier HEL-STAR 4® & 5® models into a compact design with enhanced visibility and easy battery replacement. Up to four user-defined functions in two separate operating modes are available in virtually any combination of white, green, blue, red, and IR - either flashing or steady. Variable flash rates and coded signals are available for enhanced IFF capability.
U.S. Patent 8,534,861 B2

HEL-STAR 6 Advantages
Safety - The unique battery access design provides a curved profile on all sides, minimizing snag hazard. Velcro® attachment provides emergency peel-away from helmet to reduce potential for injury and loss.
Versatility - Up to four user-defined functions are available in a range of visible colors and IR signals, either flashing or steady.
Visibility - Omni-directional. Intensities can scaled up or down for special requirements. White flash exceeds FAA 3-statute mile requirements.
Simple, Secure Operation - Detented sliding switches are designed for positive operation by a gloved-hand, in the blind, with the helmet donned. The new nose switch/plug in the Model 620-Series provides total security between overt and covert operating modes.
Operating Extremes - A single CR123 lithium cell provides long life at extreme temperatures. Gen II units are waterproof to depths of 130 fsw.
Status Confirmation - Positive visual and tactile confirmation of ON/OFF and operating status with no guesswork. Helps prevent inadvertent battery depletion if left ON in IR mode.
Easy Battery Replacement - Battery can be replaced in the field, quickly, without special tools.

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