Key Features include:
Measures Beam Intensity and
Orientation – In Candela to ICAO or FAA Standard
Fast and Accurate – Typical error <5% on runway
centerline at 65kph (40 mph).
Versatile – Monitors a wide rage from inset taxiway to
elevated runway edge fittings.
Highly Repeatable – By compensating for driver error or
Robust and Reliable – Designed for routine use by
Provides Summary Reports - For Regulatory Authority and
Provides Isocandela Diagrams – For detailed information
on every fitting.
In regular use – By airfields, UK Civil Aviation
Authority and Ministry of Defense.
A standard MALMS system comprises of a number of key elements;
the MALMS Mobile measurement system includes high accuracy light
sensors, navigation module with integral GPS, additional sensors
to accurately locate the position of the light source and rugged
communications network. Sensors are mounted on a custom built
trailer designed to provide a stable measurement platform. A
touch screen Data collection system, typically sited inside the
vehicle towing the trailer, provides the most easy to use
operator interface and the PC based MALMS Office Data Analysis
System offers comprehensive data analysis facilities.
With MALMS, every factor that can affect mobile measurement on
an airfield, including the measurement technique itself, the
specification and calibration of the devices, the driving
quality and operator activity, has been carefully and rigorously
assessed, understood and addressed. The result is a
sophisticated combination of mechanical, electronic, optical and
software systems, where each feature has been incorporated to
either meet a functional law of physics or to meet the
requirements of ease of use, accuracy and compliance with ICAO
and FAA standards.
of Existing Systems
Resistance Testing of
Airfield Lighting Cable
Evaluation of Grounding and
Current Regulator Testing
Photometric Evaluation of
Runway, Taxiway Lighting and
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