Pulsar pulses your landing or taxi light with a steady solid state electronic controller I/C. Filtered for quiet operation. Bulb life is not shortened, in fact bulb life is extended 10Xs longer; why? Because the filaments never completely go out so there is no thermal shock turn-on. Pulsar's controlled pulse rate keeps the filament running much cooler than if the bulb was on continuously. Hundreds of hours per bulb have been reported by our customers with Pulsar pulsing the light(s). Even longer life w/ GE Halogen lights.
Your panel landing or taxi light switch is turned OFF, Pulsar's separate On/Off switch turned ON, your light will begin to pulse. If you are landing at night, and want your lights on steady, you simply reach to that landing light switch (which has been off during the pulse mode) and turn it ON. Your landing light or taxi light will come on steady because Pulsar has not changed or altered your aircraft wiring. Owner installed in 30 minutes. Pulsar is approved for all 100 Watt GE lights. Weight: 3.5 oz.; Size: 3.25" length x 2" width x 1" height.
The Standard Pulsar system uses a relay switch. The MOSFET Pulsar system (Metal oxide semi-field effect transistors) uses advanced P-channel technology which does not fail (no transistors or relays) and each pulse is brighter, than other older Transistorized Pulse-Lights. Features to consider: Built-in speed select (change pulse speeds as the weather changes.) Fast for Sunny Flights like a Police Car. Slow on Cloudy or Night like an Airfield Beacon, because reaction time of the human eye varies with surrounding light. Wing-Tip Aircraft Owners can easily look out the window to see their landing lights. AvTek’s Green-LED allows pilot with a Nose-Landing-Light to know from the cockpit if the light is: Pulsing, on steady or out…Only AvTek’s Pulsar has these extra features. Wing-Light aircraft owners can at a glance, know what their Pulsing Light is doing. 30 minute owner install. AvTek’s MOSFET comes with all features.
When ordering Pulsar, please indicate how many landing lights you wish to pulse and where they are in your aircraft, as well as your aircraft make and model. Recommended for occasional flyers.
Dual Alternating Pulsing lights should never be side by side. Instead dual lights need to be located one in each wing. Two lights side by side can be pulsed together, or pulse just one light and leave the other light off.
Pulsar MOSFET FAA-STC… PMA Approved
Relay Version is FAA-STC-PMA