The e-series AveoFlash LSA™ is the incredibly popular light of the light sport, kit, experimental and ultralight industry. At only 83 grams, and an extremely aerodynamic shape and minimal footprint, the AveoFlashLP LSA light is now standard on most leading S-LSA and kit planes. With synchronization as a standard feature, the LSA light is a complete solution for navigation, position and strobe to all international aviation requirements and standards. Available with a variety of mounting adapters and custom composite fairings, the LSA light is extremely easy to install. Encapsulated in the exclusive AveoDiamidium™ formulation.
For Experimental Use Only.
Extremely lightweight at 83 grams
9-32 volt input range
No external power supply or strobe unit, an Aveo world first
Light synchronization feature
Minimum drag profile
Unbreakable Diamidium™ encapsulation
Unmatched circuit technology
Advanced computer and goniophotometer engineered optics
Current consumption (for 12V): steady 0.24A flash 1.65A (@ 200ms)
At a fully 25 mm (1 inch) lower overall height than the 2008 AveoFlash™ lights, the E-Series lights feature: Technical Drawing.
Do I still need a taillight / strobe on the tail when using this since it's 360 degrees covering?
Per the supplier: There is a rear position light on the LSA wing light. Placement of the light determines the coverage range, so it all depends upon where it is placed as to whether or not it provides the proper coverage. It has nothing to do with the light but everything with how / where it is installed. Are these AveoFLashLP LSA Wing Navigation / Position / Strobe LED Lights sold individually or in a pair?
These lights are priced and sold in a pair. Do these AveoFlashLP LSA Wing NAv / Position / Strobe LED Lights require extra cable or an installation kit, or is everything included? I assume a switch in the panel will be required.
Per the supplier: Customer has to provide their own wiring up to the lights. They should use 18 gauge shielded, and have at least three wires -- one for ground, one for strobe function and one for position function. They can also sync the lights via a 20 gauge wire to connect the blue sync wires together from each light. They absolutely cannot use any existing strobe box or flasher units as they will fry the lights. The lights can be wired to a switch panel depending upon the functions they want to control.