The "Intelligent Synchronization" developed by Thiesen Electronics GmbH for light sport aircrafts schedules the light pulses of the avionic lights in the way that only one light flashes at a given time.
The light pulses and thereby the power consumption of the lights is coordinated and staggerd - synchronized. This avoids high current peaks, which means reduced battery and alternator current requirements and prevents a break down of the electrical system due to high current peaks.
This way the Intelligent Syncronization also helps to avoid problems with other avionics induced by voltage fluctuation.
As a side effect the life spans of battery and generator will be increased.