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Whelen Tail Position Light - Model 70805 Series

From $26.50 to $518.00
Mfg Model # Description Part No. Price Buy
709660028 VDC - no connectors
Note: Replaces 01-0770805-00
(FAA TSO-C30c Type III)
11-01228
$505.00
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709660128 VDC - connectors, case ground used on Beechjet
Note: Replaces 01-0770805-01
(FAA TSO-C30c Type III)
11-07699
$518.00
Quantity
70804A30Lens, Clear, Hard Coated
11-18499
$26.50
Quantity
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Overview

FAA/TSO-C30c Type III approved. The model 70805 series LED Tail Position Light is a high quality, long lasting, modern alternative to incandescent and halogen tail position lights. It offers significant technological upgrades over previous products.
   
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methylene Chloride, which is / are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Features

  • Long life - approximately 20,000 hrs.
  • Reduced power consumption - compared to alternative light sources.
  • Shock and vibration resistant - no fragile filament to burn out.
  • Light - produces bright white light.
  • No EMI or RFI interference

Specifications

  • Weight: 0.3 lbs.
  • Exposed Height: 1.64
  • Length:2.6
  • Width: 1.74
  • Power consumption: 0.3 amps @ 28 V
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