Parmetheus PAR36 LED lights are a drop-in replacement for outdated Halogen lamps. PMA Approved, lightweight, low-current and moisture resistant, they provide stable light output for thousands of operating hours. These LED lights are 40% brighter output than the original Parmetheus Series assemblies.
LED lighting is the ideal technology for aviation applications. Whelen LED lights are time and field-tested for reliability and long-life performance under the tough conditions required by Fire, Emergency, DOT and Law Enforcement professionals around the world.
Drop in replacement for the PAR 36. Defiantly a Taxi Light, the Fresnel lense disperses the light horizontally, which is what youâ€™d expect. Iâ€™m sure this in conjunction with a good landing light will make you that much more visible in the pattern or busy airspace as it is quite bright at a wider angle.
Whelen Parmetheus LED Landing lights are outstanding. This is the second aircraft Ive owned and the first thing I did was replace the incandescent lights with the Whelen LEDs. They are much brighter, last forever, and have hardly ANY current draw so you can leave them on the entire flight.
Exactly what I ordered and arrived exactly when I expected it to
Wow what a difference these lights make! Didnt realize that there are great new products being made in regards to lights. Well worth the cost when you are able to see a lot better which leads to added safety both in taxing and also in landing.
Super bright, instant on, light dispersment lines in lens for taxi, made in USA, box is hand marked procurement date. Hand made?! First class all the way. My previous 'made in China' #4509 GE bulb went directly in the trash can.
Very impressed. First taxi light on my airplane. ...I work for an airline and I think this provides more light than our turboprops have. Wasn't cheap but I think the durability will pay off. Well done Whelen! ...and only 1.2A draw. Using in combination with Parmetheus Plus landing light.
Bought this just over a year ago. Works great and uses very little power but is surprisingly dim compared to my halogen landing light which is right next to it. I think Ill try to find a brighter light to replace my landing light when it burns out
You will need to contact your A&P or local FAA office to determine if a 337 is required. You may want to contact Whelen directly and speak with their tech support to see if they can help.