LED Midget Flanged Bi-Polar Lamp T1-3/4 (5-28 volts)
A direct LED replacement for Midget Flanged Based miniature incandescent lamps. Long-life, low power consumption, shock resistance, and extreme thermal tolerance make LED's ideal for harsh industrial environments. Voltages from 5V-28V AC or DC.
Attention: Not intended for use with Post Light Assemblies
Up to 90% Energy Savings Over Incandescent Lamps
Long Life, 100,000 hrs.,Almost 10 years
Reduces Relamping Labor Cost
Shock and Vibration Proof
Lower Operating Temperature
Increased Safety, No glass that can shatter
Lamp Shape: T1 3/4 (5mm)
Base Style: Midget Flange
Length MOL: 0.65"
Electrical Data: Bi-Polar, will operate AC or DC, any polarity, 5-28V
Plenty bright as a 327 replacement in a 28 volt system. Doesn't appear to generate as much heat as the original incandescent lamp.
Much brighter in my original landing gear down indication bulbs. Now I can see the lights even when the sun is shining on it.
How much current do the part #11-09629 LED replacements for the 330 12V bulbs draw? Will they work with an instrument panel dimmer? On the same dimmer with standard 330 bulbs?
Per the manufacturer, 11-09629 draws 20 milli amps. Yes, will work for the instrument panel dimmer, but will not dim very much on these standard bulbs. Are these LED midget flange based bi-polar lamps PMA'd for certificated aircraft?
Per the supplier: No, these are NOT FAA PMA'd for use in certified aircraft. Why are these not intended for use in post lights?
This statement is from the Manufacturer. As this is not FAA approved they would not like theses installed as post lights for certified aircraft. If you have an experimental aircraft you have can install these as you please. Are these supposed to be the bright white LEDs?
Mine are yellow in color and wonder if this is correct?
The LED midget flange lamp (11-09629) is a warm white which has a slight yellow tint to simulate the color of an incandescent bulb.