NEVER LOSE SIGHT OF YOUR RESCUE HOOK AGAIN!
Introducing the DarkLight G2™
** NEW as of September 2016 **
(DarkLight G2 supersedes the ReflectGuard and DarkLight products.)
NO airworthiness certificate required!
NO hook disassembly!
The visible and infrared light capabilities allow the hoist user to identify the rescue hook’s location during nighttime and low visibility hoist operations.
DarkLight G2 will enhance safety during rescue hoist operations for use in training, water rescue, and combat operations.
The DarkLight G2 is an LED device used to illuminate the hook assembly. It is equipped with green and red LEDs to be used for increased hook visibility and signaling, as well as NVG compatible infrared LEDs to be used in covert operations.
The DarkLight G2 is designed for easy installation and maintenance. The device hinges open and utilizes a captured spring loaded latch pin, and can be installed and removed in just seconds with no hook disassembly.
The body of the DarkLight G2 is constructed of impact resistant polycarbonate and constructed to be dust and water resistant.
The device is operated by a single push button located on the bottom and is powered by a single CR123A lithium battery providing 30+ hours of battery life.
Regardless of weather conditions, the DarkLight G2 is ideal for all rescue missions. The one button design makes operating the device simple.
ZRG-6000-1 DarkLight G2B
(For use with Breeze Style Hooks)
ZRG-7000-1 DarkLight G2G
(For use with most Goodrich StyleHooks; not for use with the EC145 or EC135 or Lakota installations)
- No hook disassembly
- Easily installed and maintained
- Compatible with Breeze and most Goodrich hooks
- Illuminates the hook assembly for low visibility or night operations
- NVG Compatible infrared LEDs for covert operations
- Provides a simple and effective method of signaling between ground crew and hoist operators
- Impact resistant with dust and water resistant construction
ReflectGuard* in Action
Thank you to the San Diego Fire and Rescue!
*The ReflectGuard product was superseded by the DarkLight G2 in September 2016.