HEL-STAR 5

HEL-STAR 5® is an expanded three function, low profile LED marker light designed specifically for snag free mounting on helmets. Used extensively throughout military freefall for HAHO/HALO; the HEL-STAR 5® has also proven valuable for other airborne and ground operations. Its conformal design allows for alternative marking applications on aerial delivery, vehicles, outerwear and equipment. Velcro® interfaces make for quick installation without tools or hardware, reducing snag hazards, while providing easy detachment by users.

Detented sliding switches offer positive visual and tactile confirmation of ON/OFF status and operating mode. HEL-STAR 5® is available with any combination of RGB, White or IR LED’s– flashing or steady. It’s IFF capabilities are enhanced by flexible programming, featuring unique, user-defined flash rates or codes. Field replaceable lithium C123 cells ensure long life and excellent cold temperature operation. HEL-STAR 5® eliminates the need for multiple items on the helmet by combining the capabilities of a strobe and chem-light into one fully functional device. HEL-STAR 5® was designed for easy operation with gloved hands in the blind.

Other Operating Color/Signal/Intensity Codes are available. Please contact us or one of our distributors for assistance in determining the best configuration for your operational needs.

Purchase HEL-STAR 5

HEL-STAR Lights now available on GSA Contract #GS07F188AA.

ITAR: All HEL-STAR models with IR operating modes are ITAR controlled and cannot be shipped or carried outside the United States without express written permission from the United States Department of State. Export is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) as required by the International Traffic In Arms Regulation (ITAR). Title 22, Code of the Federal Regulation (CFR) Parts 120-13.
“You guys make great stuff and the JTAC community as a whole almost exclusively uses HEL-STARs because they work and are reliable.” 

Jon, USAF JTAC