Complies with:

  • ICAO Annex 14 Vol. 1 5.3.2, (with circling guidance),
  • FAA AC150/5345-46D-L860, L860E, L861
  • FAA AC150/5345-50B-L863 Series
  • FAA AC150/5345-49C
  • NATO STANAG 3534 & 7025


Capitalizing on industry’s most extensive experience in the deployment and delivery of LED portable Airfield Lighting Systems, the MOSKIT LED All Terrain is a purpose-designed, battery-powered LED runway lighting system specifically designed for use with its Tactical Trailer Chassis. The MOSKIT is currently in service on all major continents of the world with extensive use in many theatres of operation including Africa, Europe, North America, Middle East, Asia and Antartica.

The MOSKIT portable airfield lighting systems are suitable to support strategic air operations from unconventional and unimproved surfaces. They are designed for quick deployment for both fixed and rotary wing operations and are robust enough for use at forward operating locations, on temporary and reserve airfields, to mark helicopter landing zones and where permanent airfield lighting systems have been compromised.  The trailer chassis is designed for all terrain allowing towing speeds of up to 40mph off road with removable mission loads  to allow the trailer chassis or container to carry options for additional lighting allowing expansion into a larger and/or semi-permanent airfield.


  • Full stand alone capability
  • Drop in charging with no wires
  • Charging via mains, generator or solar power
  • Modular design – mission load can be separated from trailer chassis
  • Visible and infrared NVG compatible LED lighting
  • Long Operating times between charging
  • Radio controlled 2-way MESH network with built in diagnostics and configuration
  • Towing speeds of up to 40mph off road
  • Complies with NATO STANAG 3534, FAA, ICAO, TP312 and CASA Part 139
  • MILSPC hot and cold battery performance
  • EMC MIL Std 461E & environmental performance to MIL Std 810


  • Military Airfield Operations
  • Forward Operating Bases
  • Tactical runways, helipads or emergency landing areas
  • Humanitarian Aid Missions
  • Supplement the main electrical lighting system during equipment or power failure
  • Primary lighting system on airfields with no permanent lighting or power source



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