The Sunspot 36-4313 LED Landing assembly 14 volts is designed with 15 high power LEDs mounted behind a lens. |
Fantastic light very bright
Easy replacement, much brighter than standard PAR36 light. Really lights up the runway! I wish I had upgraded sooner.
This light is well made and should last a very very long time. It is surprisingly light in weight but very solid. Unfortunately I needed a PAR 46 and this is a PAR 36 so I had to return it. Cant wait to get my correct lamp!
These things are awesome! Used this in-place of a 100 watt GE4509
Simple straight forward installation on our Piper 140 D and provides a massive amount more light than stock. Not even on the same scale. I highly recommend this light.
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Yes, the PA 28 uses a PAR 36 style lamp. Please confirm aircraft voltage as this item is a 14V unit.
Yes, you can install the SunSpot on your aircraft and utilize the existing pulse box already installed.