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STG Aerospace awarded FAA certification for Airbus liTeMood

Posted 12 November 2018 · Add Comment

STG Aerospace, the pioneering aircraft cabin lighting specialist, is delighted to announce that its Airbus liTeMood solution is now FAA certifiied for the Airbus A318, A319, A320 and A321.



This complements the EASA certification that it was awarded in August of this year.

Airbus liTeMood is a dynamic and configurable full colour, plug-and-play, programmable retrofit lighting system that provides a choice of over 16 million colours and can be used to create bespoke scenes – from northern lights to sunrises and sunsets to settings specifically designed to celebrate national holidays – in just minutes using a patented infrared wand.

Designed to work with both classic and enhanced CIDS, the system can be installed in under six hours with no changes required to the aircraft’s wiring or control panels. Airbus liTeMood also delivers a range of operational benefits, including an MTBF in excess of 55,000 operating hours, a weight saving of up to 20kg on an A320, and a reduction in power usage of 55% compared to incumbent systems.

Dr Sean O’Kell, Director of Innovation for STG Aerospace, commented: “Airbus liTeMood is an easily retrofitted lighting system that can truly transform the experience of all passengers onboard an A320-family aircraft. Winning both EASA and now FAA certification is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in the STG Aerospace team.”

 

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