|Mfg Model #||Lens Color||Mount||Base||Remarks||Part Number||Price||Buy|
|9004402||White||Upper||5 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004403||Red||Lower||5 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004404||White||Lower||5 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004410||White||Upper||5 Hole||Capable of synchronizing flash rate with other like unit (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004415||Red||Lower||5 Hole||Slave unit (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004417||Red||Upper||8 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004418||White||Upper||8 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004419||Red||Lower||8 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004420||White||Lower||8 Hole||Standard Assembly (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004453||White||Lower||8 Hole||Masked lens (Factory intalled on Beech Barons) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004434||White||Upper||5 Hole||2.25lbs. Rudder mount (Citations) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004441||Red||Lower||9 Hole||Special 9 hole mounting plate (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004433||Red||Upper||5 Hole||2.25 lbs. Rudder mount (Citations)|
|9004454||Red||Lower||5 Hole||Lens has 2 drain holes & bottom mounted input connector (Hawker 800) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004455||Red||Upper||5 Hole||Single input connector (Hawker 800) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004456||Red||Lower||5 Hole||Lens has 2 drain holes & single input connector (Older Hawkers) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004457||Red||Upper||5 Hole||2.25lbs., cable pigtail (Beech Barons) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
|9004458||White||Upper||5 Hole||2.25lbs, cable pigtail (Beech Barons) (FAA TSO-C96a)|
90044 series self-contained, 150 watt, quartz halogen flashing anti-collision light. Factory installed on Lear 31, Falcon 900 and Cessna Citation X. It is also a direct replacement for oscillating beacons on most corporate aircraft.
To determine model required for replacement, the following information is needed: Lens color (red or white), upper or lower mounting location, number of mounting holes (5, 8, or 9), weight and position installed. Beacons installed on the rudder, (example: Citations and Barons) require a 2.25 lb. assembly.
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