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Whelen 90325 Series LED Wingtip Anti-Collision Navigation

From $1448.00 to $1448.00
Model # OEM PN Description Part Number Price Buy
903250101-0790325-01LED Wing Tip Anti-Collision/Green Nav - Encore/Excel
11-16896
$1448.00
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903250201-0790325-02LED Wingtip Anti-Collision/Red Nav - Encore/Excel
11-16897
$1448.00
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Overview

Whelen LED Forward & Aft Navigation & LED Anti-Collision

Model 90325 and 71120 (current source) are an all LED solution to Cessna Citation wingtip strobe legacy products manufactured by Whelen. A direct replacement for Whelen's 90206 wingtip products.

The 90325 will retrofit Models 550, S550, 560 or is able to be modified to fit other wings of similar design. See 90358 for smaller overall footprint. 90358 ships with a 24" cable harness that mate to 71120. Available in 28V Only.
   
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Specifications

  • Dimensions: 10.24" (6mm) Long x 3.11" (79mm) Wide
  • Exposed Height: 2.61" (66mm)
  • Current: 0.85a Average, 4.5a Peak
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs (544gm)
  • Lens: Clear Polycarbonate
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