|71685 Series LED Recognition/Landing light assembly. No FAA Approval.|
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methylene Chloride, which is / are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Small, lightweight, easy installation and surprisingly bright. No noise, well designed. 1 amp v 12 amps for an incandescent. Whelen never disappoints.
Very easy to install. Not as bright as some led landing lights but I find it sufficient.
I bought two of these as replacements for an E-LSA. Since the design was different than the original lights I had to trim and modify the backplate to get these to fit. The light output is sufficient and the price is good. No noise in the radio during operation. There are more powerful Whelen LEDs but at double the cost
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The amperage is listed in the Drawing And Specifications Sheet listed as a PDF in the 'Documents' tab of this web page. Please review the specs there.
Per the manufacturer the lumen output on P/N 11-11189 is 10k candle power.
No, the Whelen 71685 series does not have any FAA Approval.
Yes, these can run on 12v or 14v systems.
Yes, The 01-0771685-01 can be flashed. They can utilize any type of aircraft flasher, we would recommend something like the maxpulse system. Part number 11-06998.