Replacement Lamp (part #s) P936-45-12VW and P936-45-24VW Tail Light with Beacon (Combination) for your Grimes or other incandescent tail light unit. Simply remove your current Incandescent lamp and replace it with the combination LED lamp and upgrade to LEDís and add a Beacon at the same time. Completely self-contained with no modifications required. This combination unit will save you 2 Amps as it draws less than .2 Amps. No RFI, Runs cooler and longer, NON-PMA
Color: White LED
works like a charm
Good product, easy install on my Mooney .... basically a plug and play after removing strobe power box. Brighter then original that came with plane.
Very bright, works fine.
Fits perfectly, very bright tail light and beacon
I installed this on my '59 Cessna over a year ago. I love it. No RFI at all. Increased visibility. Increased safety. Reduced current draw. People say that they can really see me at night with this product. It might not be PMA'd but neither is the fuse in the circuit. It is made to MIL spec's. An excellent product. I love it.
Not worth $10. Barely lights up. Poor quality. You can stare right at it, its so low powered.
First flight the bulb fell apart in three pieces.
Per supplier: The unit mounts in the same mounting holes as the Grimes. We do provide new screws as most often the old one are usually rusty. The unit does not require additional wiring (use the existing wiring) for the grimes. The unit is self contained and all the electronics are in the lamp. The nine LEDs facing to the rear are on continuously while the 36 LEDs around the circumference flash. One circuit controls both functions on one circuit. On or off.
That is correct, since this is not a PMA'd or TSO'd product, this is for use in experimental aircraft and not certified aircraft.
The manufacturer does not recommend modifying the product.
Part # 11-12042 is the full assembly. If you already have the Grimes then the bulb part # 11-12040 will be sufficient for the install.
Per the manufacturer: This is rated at 20 candlepower of the tail light, and the beacon portion is about 100 candlepower.
Yes you would need to remove it, LED lights do not require the power supply.