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WHELEN MODEL 71125 LED RECOGNITION LIGHT

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711251010 beam pattern, 14 volt
11-06164
$295.00
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711251120 beam pattern, 14 volt
11-06165
$295.00
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711251290 beam pattern, 14 volt
11-06166
$295.00
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711252010 beam pattern, 28 volt
11-06167
$295.95
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711252120 beam pattern, 28 volt
11-06168
$295.00
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711252290 beam pattern, 28 volt
11-06169
$295.00
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711252330 beam pattern, 28 volt
11-07703
$295.00
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Overview

Model 71125 Series LED recognition light is designed to provide supplemental lighting for a wide variety of aircraft applications. Provides all of the advantages of LED's as a light source, no EMI/RFI, low current draw, low heat, long life. Perfect for vibration prone areas. Item ships with flying leads. Several different beam spreads available. Designed to replace the Whelen A775 Series. Version containing integrated MS connector also available. Can be used in conjunction with 71115 Flasher control assembly.
   
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methylene Chloride, which is 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

Specifications

  • Drawing Number: 71125
  • Power Consumption: 0.9 Amps @ 14 Volts, 0.45 Amps @ 28 Volts
  • Lens: Clear polycarbonate
  • LED Color: Aviation White
  • Weight: 0.3 lbs. (136gm)
  • Overall Width: 3.25" (83mm)
  • Overall Depth: 1.25" (32mm)
  • Overall Height: 1.95" (50mm)
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Q: I know LEDs are brighter than standard halogen lighting, but how much brighter are these, specifically downrange? Is there any data? How do these compare to the HID lights?

The LEDs are brighter than halogen assemblies due to color temperature. This is what the eyes are able to see at different temperatures. The average halogen bulb is around 800 Kelvin which makes for the yellowish light and is hard to distinguish some time. The LEDs are around 6500 Kelvin which makes for the bluish white light and they eyes are able to pick things up better. The distance is going to be about the same with a halogen bulb as where an HID will be a more focused beam and will get greater reach. The HID system also requires a ballast because in essence the HID is a strobe tube that is always on and is a high current product. The LEDs have multiple light sources so you get a broader beam pattern along with the focused beam which creates a nice peripheral light situation.

Q: I know LEDs are brighter than standard halogen lighting, but how much brighter are these, specifically downrange? Is there any data? How do these compare to the HID lights?

The LEDs are brighter than halogen assemblies due to color temperature. This is what the eyes are able to see at different temperatures. The average halogen bulb is around 800 Kelvin which makes for the yellowish light and is hard to distinguish some time. The LEDs are around 6500 Kelvin which makes for the bluish white light and they eyes are able to pick things up better. The distance is going to be about the same with a halogen bulb as where an HID will be a more focused beam and will get greater reach. The HID system also requires a ballast because in essence the HID is a strobe tube that is always on and is a high current product. The LEDs have multiple light sources so you get a broader beam pattern along with the focused beam which creates a nice peripheral light situation.

Q: How many lumens do these Whelen Model 71125 produce?

30,000 candlepower output. In lumens this will be right at 2,000 lumens.

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