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The pulse light system uses the landing lights to alternately pulse left then right light.

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If landing and pulse lights are selected on at the same time, the lights will be illuminated steadily until 18,000 ft and then begin pulsing above 18,000 ft.

When the STROBE switch is selected to the ON position, DC power is routed to the power supply, the switchlight is illuminated, and high voltage is sent to lamp A, which triggers it.

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AC power is routed to the power supply, the switchlight is illuminated, and high voltage is sent to lamp A, which triggers it. If lamp A fails, the power supply automatically switches to lamp B and sets the local fault detector

The landing lights, if not turned off after takeoff, will shut off as the aircraft climbs through:

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How many emergency lighting batteries are there?

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Activating the baggage compartment lights also turns on the tail compartment lights, which are illuminated for visual inspection during flight via the tail compartment inspection window.

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Cargo and service compartment lighting consists of the tail and baggage compartment lights, refueling panel lights, and wheel well lights.

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The PED PNL (pedestal panel) knob is also a dual-stacked knob. The outer knob controls the pedestal panel backlighting. The inner knob controls the annunciator lights’ intensity.

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The taxi lights will extinguish automatically:

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Gulfstream G550 – Lighting