Will this bulb fit for a Grimes 1512 bulb?
The LED base has the same dimensions as the 1512 bulb. It should work just fine.
Any problems with it passing annual since it says non-PMA?
This product will not cause a problem passing annual.
As this LED nav light is non-PMA'd do I need an STC?
This product is not certified (TSO'd) or PMA'd and so you cannot get an STC for it. If installing on a certified aircraft you will have to obtain a FAA field approval (337 form) as this part is intended for experimental aircraft only.
Will the tail lamp 11-07748 (LED75TPL-12V) replace GE1156?
What is the Lumen output of 11-07748 (LED75TPL-12V)? What is the Lumen output of the 11-07744 and 11-07745 (LED7512-12V)?
Yes, 11-07748 will replace GE1156. Regarding the Lumen output, the FAA requires light output be measured (in foot candles). The tail lights (11-07748) require only 20 foot candles output. The wing tip Red & Green require 40 foot candles min. @ 0 degrees. To convert foot candles to Lumens: Lumens per square foot = foot candles multiply by (1). It is a (one to one) to foot candles which says that 20FC = 20 lumens per SQ foot (Taillight). 40FC = 40 lumens per Sq. Ft., (Red & Green wing tips).
I think the prev answer is not quite right. A lumen(lm) is a measure of light flux. If that 1 lumen of flux is concentrated in a cone of 1 steradian, the intensity will be 1 candle power (now renamed candela). There are 4pi steradians in a sphere, so the conversion is 12.5 lumen = 1 candlepower.
LEDs are spec'ed in lumens but aviation product should be spec'ed in the more meaningful candela or candlepower as in the regs.
This was the answer we received from the manufacturer. As a distributor only of this product, we cannot say for sure one way or the other as we do not have technical proficiency in these lights.
Will this bulb fit for a GE-1141 bulb?
Per the supplier: No, it will not fit in the same socket.
What is the current draw in amperes of these bulbs at 12v nominal?
Per the supplier: it is less than 0.2 amps.
Is this the complete lamp like I see in the pictures, or only bulb?
This is only the bulb.
Will these replace Whelen PN: W1290-14 lamps?
Per the manufacturer, The LED replacement lamp will fit and work as a replacement for the Whelen lamp. Please keep in mind that for the FAA, it is currently not an approved PMA'd lamp.
Will this fit the Whelen A555A series strobe/tail position light that uses a pn#11-03216 halogen replacemnet bulb?
The PSA Enterprises LED replacement Lamp has not been tested to fit inside the Whelen A555A series light by either manufactuerer and is not recomended as the PSA lamp is not PMA'd and the A555A is FAA TSO'd.
Will the PSA Enterprises LED replacement lamp for nave lights light work in place of a bulb #93?
All #93 bulbs are not the same. Their specifications in Watts, Amps, and Operating Voltages may vary.
Will this bulb fit for Grimes A1285?
Yes, the LED7512-12V (11-07744) LAMP will fit in the Grimes A1285 unit.
Will the tail position bulb fit for a Grimes A2064 tail light?
Yes, the LED75TPL-12V (part # 11-07748) clear lamp will replace Grimes A2064.
Is the manufacture in the process of obtaining the FAA PMA for this lamp?
No, as of 4/16/15 the PSA LED replacements are intended for experimental aircraft only and will not be PMA'd in the near future.