The RedBaron series of anticollision lights were designed for certified aircraft requirements. They represent the cutting edge in optics design and the use of LED arrays that have been optimized for coverage patterns. This light features highly polished reflectors and is available in either red, white or custom order NVIS/IR.
The RedBaron XP Galactica™ version incorporates 40 of the brightest LEDs available in the world today, with chromacity and intensity compliant to all international aviation and safety standards. The optical performance is incredible, and these are the ideal replacement unit for any anticollision light system in existence.
The RedBaron XP™ lights feature a low drag form factor and design, and the pioneering no strobe functionality that requires no external power supply.
All Aveo lights are waterproof, dust proof, and inert to most environmental conditions as they are all tested to categories of DO-160 exceeding the applicable requirements by far in external laboratories experienced in compliance demonstration of EASA ETSO appliances.
FAA TSO C96a certified
Note: Unit does not rotate.
Installed one of these on my Cessna over a year ago and love it. It looks good, itâ€™s small and aerodynamic and I believe brighter than other certified LED beacons. Very bright.
I had an Aveo TSO Red Baron anticollison beacon fitted to my old Beech Sierra. It was just a matter of having the A&P make a plate to mount it across the base-plate of the old beacon and wire it up. The only downside of the installation was that the aircraft was parked outside and the AveoDiamidiumâ„¢ formulation fogged over - but the LEDs were still very bright two years later.
Yes, this part is FAA TSO C96a certified. The conditions and tests required for TSO approval of this article are minimum performance standards. Those installing this article either on or within a specific type or class of aircraft must determine that the aircraft installation conditions are within TSO Standards which include any accepted integrated non-TSO function standards. TSO articles and any accepted integrated non-TSO function(s) must have separate approval for installation on an aircraft. The article may be installed only according to 14 CFR Part 43 or the applicable airworthiness requirements.
Not that we are aware of, None that I am aware of, but the manufacturer does recommending using shielded wire to cut down on possible interference.