Do you have to have a flash set up or do you just plug in the new bulb assembly?
It is plug and play. Just switch out the bulb. Then you simply flip the switch each time you want to change between constant and strobe.
Near as I can tell, I have Whelen combo Nav lights and strobes on my 172D. Would these fit as plug and play replacements?
Per the supplier: My lights are a direct replacement to the combination Whelen strobe and nav lights. They are plug-n-play drop in's. for the front nav (position) lights.
Is the flash intensity greater than the continuous mode, like the Whelen Nav light/strobe combination? Or does it use the same LEDs, just flashing rather than on continuously?
Per the supplier: The strobe mode is 2x brighter than the steady on mode since the power draw is much less and the LEDs can be driven harder.
I purchased your full kit about a year ago and have flown about 30-35 hours since they were installed and in doing my check out last week I noticed the left wing light (#11-11989) had only 4 LEDs burning while on steady and 2 while on strobe but they were not functioning at all. Both other lights are operating properly. Is there something I need to check on the plane for proper operation or is there a malfunction in the light?
Navstrobe wants to be notified with any issues with their products, so they can troubleshoot the problem and replace it if it is determined to be defective. You can reach them at : NAVSTROBE@GMAIL.COM
Can I replace the navigational lights on my beechcraft using this LED with no issues related to the FAA?
The Navstrobe wing tip lights are not TSO'd. Please consult with your local FAA field office before installing this item on a certified aircraft.