maxpulse and maxdim panel dimmer and landing light pulser

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maxpulse and maxdim panel dimmer and landing light pulser

Postby marks » Mon Jan 21, 2008 2:49 pm

Guys, I just ran into a new set of devices that dim instrument panels (yes even LED) and also a landing light pulser.  I know these are new to the aircraft marketplace.  I found them at http://www.maxpulsemaxdim.com does anyone have any information or experience with these devices?
thanks in advance
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MaxPulseMaxDim

Postby Allen » Sat Apr 05, 2008 1:03 am

Hey Marks,

Your link no worky dude.  Please restate it and we can check it out.

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Maxpulse Maxdim update

Postby marks » Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:43 am

Sorry, there was an extra space in the address line.  For the maxpulse and maxdim the site address is http://www.maxpulsemaxdim.com.  We have installed several of these now.  results 100%.
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And now the MaxPulse

Postby marks » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:29 am

The MaxPulse is now STC'd for most airplanes.  here is the link to the STC
http://www.maxpulsemaxdim.com/latestdocs.htm
their main site is http://www.maxpulsemaxdim.com ..   We have been using the
MaxDim in the past, now here we go with the pulser.  Everything in one little
package, no other items to mount somewhere.  We have even been replacing
the defunct Pulselites with these.  They are just much easier to deal with.
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Re: maxpulse and maxdim panel dimmer and landing light pulser

Postby marks » Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:08 am

Short wing Pipers and other that require switching
http://www.maxpulsemaxdim.com/shortwingpiper.htm
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