Since 1966, NBP has established an undisputed reputation for innovation, quality, performance and integrity in the engineering, design and manufacturing of Landing Visual Aids including Approach Lighting Systems and Monitoring and Control Systems for the aviation, utility and defense industries. NBP also offers training and field support services.
NBP’s business philosophy, conceived and built upon a continuing dedication to integrity, quality and performance, has been, and remains, the catalyst around which the company has been able to achieve its goals. NBP’s on-going commitment to planned growth while remaining competitive has firmly established the company as a leading, diversified, advanced technology company throughout the world.
The newly designed NBP PAPI NG is developed to provide a low power, low maintenance, highly reliable PAPI system that is cost effective and environmentally responsible.
The ALSF-2/SSALR system is a Dual Mode High Intensity Approach Lighting System providing visual approach lighting patterns for landing aircraft on Category II and Category III runways.
The Low Voltage Individual Control Cabinet is one of our most commonly used devices that's used with many of our products. It is used to power and control products like the ALSF and LDIN.
The Replacement Lamp Monitoring System (RLMS), (FAA Type FA-10724) is a unique system that will reliably monitor, under all operational conditions, the lights of a Dual Mode High Intensity Approach Lighting System (ALSF-2/SSALR).
The NBP Solid-State MALSR Control Cabinet (MCC), FAA Type (FA-21000), replaces the MALSR Control and Power Assembly manufactured by DME, AVW, and Godfrey. It eliminates high frequency of nuisance breaker tripping, excessive transformer excitation currents, excessive control failures and high harmonic distortion.
The REIL (Runway End Identifier Lights) system consists of two synchronized flashing lights, unidirectional or omni-directional, one on each corner of the runway-landing threshold at an angle of 10 to 15 degrees. The unidirectional lights face the approach area.