Upgrade your Indicating, Position, or Recognition lights to LED's.
These lamps fit standard S.C. Bayonet Indexed Base Sockets (Bay15S). Converts common Incandescent Lamps to LED Lighting without modifications.
It's simple! Just replace your old incandescent bulbs with the new LED Lamps where acceptable. (Use a new clear plastic lens for maximum brightness) and you are ready to go.
Our 15mm (Bay15S) Lamps are available in 12 & 24vdc, Red, Green, and non-indexed Clear. They last longer, run cooler, and draw less than .15amps.
I only give the clear tail bulb a one star, I have purchased 6 of these bulbs and not a one of them would go into my Cessna 172s with out filing a portion of the bayonet pins. The last one the pin broke off, so now I have a $33.00 paper weight, (only with no wind). I have sent in one of the red ones for warranty, a number of the individual LEDs in the have failed. During a 100 hour inspection this past week we found another red one with burned out leds. I am going to try another manufacture.
1.3hrs, still shining!
Great while it worked. Failed prematurely after only a few hundred flight hours (very few of those hours powered on.)
I bought these to replace another brand of LED lights that were causing problems with my radio. They are very bright and do not cause any static over my radio. I bought both wingtip lights and the white tail light. So far they are great. i run them all the time.
Everything was easy to replace, cover and bulbs. We ordered the red lens to replace a missing lens cover, but the main reason for the red and green led bulbs was this: We display a non-flying 1968 UH-1H Huey to the public which is on a trailer. Our problem was that kids would put their hands on the operating lower incandescent bulb position lights which, even on flash, get quite hot. The leds remain cool and their little hands are safe. The reachable upper ones are still incandescent and we are saving our donated nickles to replace them.
No complaints from me. Installation was fast and easy, and the bulb works as advertised. There simply is no comparison in brightness between this and the old incandescent bulb. Hint - for even greater brightness, get the clear lens. Makes a world of difference.
Hello All, I have these installed on my J3C-85-8 , with a Basic BT-14 wind driven alternator with an EarthX battery installed for radio. in Grimes Model B wing tip light mounts.. And they fit, ln the old style reflector ) and put out a very crisp highly visible light that is brighter than an incandescent #93 But when turned off, with the R&G colored dome lenses, the LED are not readily seen so if someone is looking at them, there is no telling that they are not old type bulbs. Great product, and reasonably priced too.
Nice and nirigyt fit like to originals!
The lamps are great, but use caution when ordering a clear one for your tail lamp. I have Whelen lights all around. The wing tip position lamps fit and work well in the Whelen sockets. Beware that you MUST order the clear lens to replace your red/blue ones. However, my Whelen tail lamp had a combined position and strobe bulb combo, so the clear LED bulb did not fit.
Brighter and more vibrant than the stock bulbs in both day and night conditions. Easy install, lowering my amp draw
The LED base has the same dimensions as the 1512 bulb. It should work just fine.
This product will not cause a problem passing annual.
This product is not certified (TSO'd) or PMA'd and so you cannot get an STC for it. If installing on a certified aircraft you will have to obtain a FAA field approval (337 form) as this part is intended for experimental aircraft only.
Yes, 11-07748 will replace GE1156. Regarding the Lumen output, the FAA requires light output be measured (in foot candles). The tail lights (11-07748) require only 20 foot candles output. The wing tip Red & Green require 40 foot candles min. @ 0 degrees. To convert foot candles to Lumens: Lumens per square foot = foot candles multiply by (1). It is a (one to one) to foot candles which says that 20FC = 20 lumens per SQ foot (Taillight). 40FC = 40 lumens per Sq. Ft., (Red & Green wing tips).
This was the answer we received from the manufacturer. As a distributor only of this product, we cannot say for sure one way or the other as we do not have technical proficiency in these lights.
Per the supplier: No, it will not fit in the same socket.
Per the supplier: it is less than 0.2 amps.
This bulb is a standard 75/12 replacement for any Grimes, Whelen, AeroFlash Wing Tip Light Assembly.
Per the manufacturer, The LED replacement lamp will fit and work as a replacement for the Whelen lamp. Please keep in mind that for the FAA, it is currently not an approved PMA'd lamp.
The PSA Enterprises LED replacement Lamp has not been tested to fit inside the Whelen A555A series light by either manufactuerer and is not recomended as the PSA lamp is not PMA'd and the A555A is FAA TSO'd.