HEL-STAR 6® is a multi-function helmet mounted LED light designed for airborne/MFF, tactical and other military operations.

HEL-STAR 6® combines the basic features of the earlier HEL-STAR 4® & HEL-STAR 5® multi-function marker lights into a compact, integrated design with enhanced omni-directional visibility and easy battery replacement.

The newly refined HEL-STAR 6® Gen III offers a sleek design, integrated tie downs, battery changes without tools, and advanced electronics, including a field re-reprogramming option.

Sliding switches enhance tactile feel and provide positive, intuitive control between the two operating modes and four user-defined functions. Functions can be selected from virtually any combination of White, four different color options, and IR – either flashing or steady. Variable flash rates, intensities and coded signals provide expanded IFF capability.

Independent testing has confirmed that the HEL-STAR 6® Gen III exceeds the FAA’s 3 statute mile visibility requirement and is shock and vibration resistant, dustproof, and open sea waterproof to 130 fsw (laboratory 300+ feet).

HEL-STAR 6® is built on a platform that allows new technology to be incorporated as it becomes available. As mission demands shift and expand, HEL-STAR 6® continues to evolve with changing user needs.

Wireless field re-programming capability is available upon request. Requires the purchase of a Programming Interface Module (PIM).

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

 

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HEL STAR 6® Gen III

HEL STAR 6® Gen III End User Testimonials

Purchase HEL-STAR 6 Gen III

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

U.S. Patent 8,534, 861 B2

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.