FLITELite Manufacturing Manual

We were recently building “Classic” NVIS GREEN lip lights – with the new programming developed for a special operations unit (ten minute auto-off, push button, dimming through the button, brightness memory, low battery indicator).  We plan on renaming this product line the NEXTGEN FLITELite.  This programming maximizes the utility of the lights  – low light signature, one button control, smart features, and NVIS compatibility.  Just received a great review from a happy Air Force unit at Davis Monthan AFB.

We had a professional photographer capture some images for a new production manual and quality assurance guide. One of the steps closer to the end of the process – welding the case and lid together/vulcanizing the wire harness.  Updating the production manual is not the sexiest thing to work on, but making sure that each new change, and all the nuance required is captured consistently for our customers.

NVIS Green, NVG Compatible lip light for use int eh aviation cockpit.
NVIS Green, NVG Compatible lip light for use int eh aviation cockpit.
LED Production - Welding
Ultrasonic Welding – the process creates a welded bond between the lid, case and cable jacket. The bond is precise, repeatable and environmentally friendly (no-epocies). The plastics are FDA approved, so no nasty chemicals or irritants.

 

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