|Model #||Approvals||Description||Part No.||Price||Buy|
|7050900||FAA TSO-C96a||14V, red lens||11-03235||$362.00|
|7050901||FAA TSO-C96a||14V, white lens||11-03268||$357.00|
|7050902||FAA TSO-C96a||14V, red/white lens||11-03231||$362.00|
|7050903||FAA TSO-C96a||28V, red lens||11-03276||$363.00|
|7050905||FAA TSO-C96a||28V, red/white lens||11-03292||$363.00|
|7050907||FAA TSO-C96a||28V, red lens w/ mask, Cessna single engine||11-07628||$364.00|
|Totally new self-contained, flashing anti-collision light assembly that is FAA TSO-C96a approved! Features a rugged polycarbonate lens with internal optics (patent pending), replaceable halogen lamp and flasher assemblies. Can be installed as a replacement on Cessna aircraft, 1967-1979; on most general aviation aircraft, home builts, and ultralights. A separate flasher power pack is not needed because the unit is completely self-contained! Wt.1Lb. Current Draw 2.7 amps @ 14V & 1.35 amps @ 28V.|
Worked just as advertised, and was much brighter than my old one
At the end of the documents it says obtain Field Approval thus what is being done to optain field approval. Any document sample copies available. Thanks
Very nice replacement for originals. Easy install and very bright. Priced well.
Easy installation and good replacement for original.
Great replacement for older troublesome flashing units. If the light is on solid it is wired backwards. The plug comes from the factory backwards from some Cessna plugs.
Lots of positives: light weight, easy to install, relatively low cost. I changed the stabilator fin cap because of smaller diameter. However I was surprised to have greater RFI than the HRCFA strobe I replaced. I did not expect this at all. I could barely hear the strobe in my radio (garmin 200), but now there is prominent noise. Perhaps it is not as electrically simple as it looks.
The light works well, as expected, but it does NOT come with the adapter plate shown in the picture. That needs to be ordered separately for an extra $90.
nice NOT led beacon. better than the factory beacon on the early Cessnas as less amps and you get to remove the power supply which is another source of failure on the old beacons. But, way to expensive for a plastic base, plastic lenses, plastic base to bulb, and Its still just a halogen beacon with 80$ replacement bulbs. if you can, double the money for the LED. I know......frustrating.:)
Good lord. Last time I purchased one of these it was $100. Itâ€™s Chinese plastic for heavens sake. It does work good and easy to install.
We have added the install sheet and dimensions to the "Documents" tab of this web page. Please review them there.
Yes, please give us a call for the exact replacements lens you need and we can place a custom order for you.
This light meets the performance standards associated with 100 effective candela for airplanes with a type certificate prior to 1971.
Per Whelen tech: Being that the 11-03235 is not a high current assembly I have not heard of any RFI interference. This is in essence a flasher module with a filament bulb.
No, the mounting adapter part # 11-03238 is sold separately.
No, the mounting bracket must be ordered separately. (See Accessories)
It comes with the base, bulb, gasket, clamp ring, lens, and instructions.
Approx 0.265 lbs.
It is not PMA or STC'd. It is FAA TSO'd and will have TSO marking on the light itself.
No, the H103 adapter is meant to be used with beacons.