The Ultra Daylite™ is only 34 millimeters in height (1.34 inches), but does not sacrifice performance or standards. With exclusive advanced optics and chrome reflector system, unmatched power and led management circuity, and the lowest-drag profile in the industry. The Ultra Daylite™ gives unmatched power and features, while being lower, narrower, shorter, and lighter than the competition.
For Experimental Use Only.
This product was basically a plug and play after removing the strobe power supply. Screws were 1/2 smaller then needed but Ace Hardware 10-24 2 long screws with lock nut did the job. Light is nice and bright. Great replacement on my Mooney. Very pleased.
I bought a pair of Aveo Ultra Aurora 5 years ago. I just loved them, they were bright and just worked great until recently. I was really disappointed and finally resigned myself to take them off my aircraft and send them in to Aveo to see if they could be repaired. Well it turned out that they could not be repaired so they sent a brand-new replacement pair, free of charge! I was so impress with their service, I bought a RedBaronMaxiMini and an Atlas Landing Light on the spot. Great service from Damien, fast turn around. I highly recommend Aveo.
These are priced and sold in pairs.
Per Aveo: Please refer to 14 CFR 91.319.
The strobe input current requirements are per light/strobe, not total for the pair.
The only difference between the two is that the Ultra Galactica is certified and the Ultra Daylite is not. They both share the same specs according to Aveo's data sheets.
Per the specsheet from the manufacturer, you can wire the lights to sync with each other.
Per Aveo: That depends.... I recommend using shielded wire because of all the updates in electronics that are being added to aircraft, and an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.... he might be able to have an excellent ground and not have any issues, but electrical current can be unpredictable and find it wants to wreck havoc.... that being said, most Aveo light installations are fine with just a really good ground close to the light..... but if it were my plane, I would use shielded....
Yes. You may need longer screws depending on the application but some are included.