Four Reasons a Pilot Should Have A Red Spectrum Flashlight

Preserving Night Vision

Red light helps preserve night vision, allowing them to see better in low-light environments without experiencing the discomfort of glare.

Minimizing Eye Strain

Using a red flashlight reduces eye strain and fatigue, as the eyes don't need to adjust as much when transitioning between the dimly lit cockpit and the illuminated displays.

Crew Coordination

Using a red flashlight helps maintain a low level of ambient light while allowing crew members to read checklists, and instruments without disrupting each other's night vision.

Enhancing Safety

Using red flashlights also enhances safety during night flights. The subdued lighting reduces the risk of visual impairment due to sudden exposure to bright lights.


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