Aircraft PAR36 Landing Light, 220w, 109, 400 LM LEDs.
These are non-TSO'd
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After receiving this light, I did a comparison with the original 100 watt incandescent bulb. I picked a building just over 300 feet away to light up. The incandescent bulb lit a portion of the wall in a rectangle of maybe 4x8 feet with not much spill over light. Unless you are pointed at a target, it is not much of a recognition light. This NAVSTROBE light was a brighter whiter light that lit the entire side of the building and more. It is both better for lighting a runway and better for recognition in a much wider cone.
Works good, only draws about 1.5 amps. Doesnt fit really well, had to do some modifications.
Very disappointed with light output from the Navstrobe PAR 36 Led Landing Light. The original sealed beams are much better and brighter.
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Yes, this light is a PAR 36 light, since the 4509 is a PAR 36 as well, these two work in the same applications. Please keep in mind these are not FAA TSO approved.
Correct, these are not FAA legal PAR 36 replacement lights in certificated aircraft.
No, these do not have any FAA Approval for use in certified aircraft.
Yes, we accept returns within 30 days of receipt. It must be in new, resellable condition.
These are a drop in replacement for a par 36 lamp, they would use the same retaining ring that holds the Par 36 lamp in your aircraft.