Completely Self-Contained LED Based Anti-Collision Beacon 927ACB - Clear
This makes 4 or 5 of these I’ve bought and installed on planes. They are great! I’ve even installed one on the belly of a Cessna 150. Really makes you seen.
LED ANTI COLLISION BEACON 927 CLEAR 12V
This is a great light I liked it so much I bought another and mounted it on the belly & wired it up with my strobe on the rudder. Really helps to be seen.
I bought this as a replacement beacon for my Schiebe SF-25E motorglider. It replaced a heavy German U-boat beacon. Easy to install, no separate power supply and is super bright.
It flashes as advertised, and is brighter than the 125W bulb it replaced. It isnt a Whelan anything, but its affordable, easy to install, and it works for $109. Ive been using the combo strobe/tail-light for the past 28 months, so far so good. Is it legal for my certified plane...maybe not, but its got to be better for anti-collision than an inop sticker. It fits the two conductor Bay155 socket, so you may be able to rewire your existing beacon connections to adapt it, without removing your socket.
Great low amp LED Beacon !
Strobe came just as described. Appears to be good quality, and I expect it will last for many hours of flying.
Nice small LED strobe for Beacon replacement. Easy to install and consumes very low current. Would be 5 stars if it could provide 300 ft candles instead of the 100 ft candles.
These are a week product. Any vibration leads to glass separation from metal base. When you request a new bulb or bulb type from Aircraft Spruce, they have no idea what bulb type is and revert you to the manufacturer email that requests you send the bulb back to them. FYI the shipping costs more than the bulb so pointless. No worth the hassle post purchase. So i ended up buying this second full set instead of just the bulb.
LED ANTI COLLISION BEACON 927 CLEAR 24V
May be a good product, but not able to install on my Cherokee 235!! Not TSO Approved!!
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Per the vendor: The 927ACB's are position beacons, which is to say that they are acceptable on aircraft before 1978 (100 effective CP). They are not "in flight" Anti Collision Strobes which require 400 CP. Xenon lamps can be quite bright and HOT and draw many amps. A 927ACB draws less than .5 amps and is quite visible.
Yes, this will come with everything needed for the install. Unit, wires, gaskets, lens, flasher, bulbs, etc.
Per the supplier: All at once.
Per the supplier: All lights will flash at once.
The LED ANTI COLLISION BEACON 927 CLEAR (927ACB CLEAR) has a built in flasher - no remote needed. The units cannot be hooked together and sequenced like wings and tail.
Per the manufacturer, the PSA MODEL 927 LED Clear Anti-collision beacon performs 60 flashes per minute.
No, the PSA beacon is not available in 24V and is intended for use in experimental aircraft only.
No, these are intended for use in experimental aircraft only.
Per the Manufacturer - No, our 927ACB unit does not require specific orientation.
There is a 90 day warranty against manufacturer defect.