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Part# 11-07836


Pilot Light Pro serves two main functions. It provides hands free panel lighting, as well as map lighting. using the latest in LED technologies it delivers 19 hours of continuous use. Pilot Light Pro is delivered with two AA Procell 1500 batteries installed, and may also optionally be installed using ships power. The internal circuit board will cut off the internal battery source once ships power is turned on. Loss of ships power will return the unit back to it's battery source, leaving you with light to work by in the advent of any problem i.e. loss of alternator.

Quick Installation
Installation is quick and easy if using battery only option, simply peel and stick using 3M power lock. The panel light is fully adjustable see our web site for installation instructions. Wiring to ship's power will require a Licensed A&P and a 337 Form, field approval may be required by local Fisdo.
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It is very compact and slim. I bought it expecting it to be MUCH larger than it is. Fits nicely on the overhead console of my Cessna 150. Running it on battery power for now until my AME can connect it to ship’s power.

Michael E
May 17, 2023

This cabin light was amazing did my first night flight and it was just fantastic to see my gauges It is a safety feature so if you lose electricity this will still run on batteries for 19 hours It will get you back safe and sound

Rod C Verified Purchase


August 7, 2021

Installed in a 68 Piper Cherokee 180 and works great! Easy to wire it to the planes 12 volt power and ground so the batteries are only used as a back up. The dimmer feature is also very nice to set for various conditions easily in flight and lights up the whole panel area with easy to see all the non lit switches and controls when needed. Should have purchased this sooner!

Matthew S
November 23, 2020

Great product. Love it.

February 7, 2020

Great unit. I’ve told everyone I know who owns a plane to get this lighting unit as aSoon as possible. I prefer green as for me it provides better overall lighting and you can Epstein the instrument better with less eye strain. Received great service from Aircraft Spruce as usual making your company is my GO TO place when I need various parts. Keep up the great service.

Roy A
February 3, 2020

awesome great lighting works perfect

Lawrence S
December 19, 2019

Looks like a grate product.

June 1, 2019

Ive used this for four years in my turbo-arrow. It works great. The green light illuminates the instrument panel much better than the original red light.

Norman M
January 23, 2019

I looked for quite a while before purchasing have jus received and not installed but did a trial test in the aircraft tonight on batteries I purchased the Red as all my other lighting was that colour and I thought changing would be distraction. The forward dash light as others have said is very bright when turned to full and the map lights look like they will be just whats needed. The 12 volt connection looks very simple indeed.

Stephen F
July 23, 2018

Ive flown many dark nights with this little gem & have been surprised how long the batteries that come with it last. The panel in my 150 is lit up very well even turned way down. I picked the green as what the inventor recommended to me saying it made the gauges brighter than the red. I am very satisfied.

Steve P
March 9, 2018


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Q: Do you have a suction cup mount for the Pilot Light Pro so I can mount it to a glass bubble canopy? Thanks, Jan

Per the manufacturer, unfortunately there is no suction cup mount for this light at this time (Feb. 19, 2013). Please review the Installation Instructions found in the "Documents" tab for mounting directions.

Q: The photos look like the pilot light pro provides blue, red and green light. Does the unit provide white light as well?

No. This light is available in blue, red, or green light. It will not provide all 3 and it is not available in white. Use the "dropdown" list on the web page to select preferred color.

Q: Could you please supply the dimensions of the Pilot Light Pro.

The Pilot light pro is 4 3/4" long and 4 3/8" wide. The depth is 2" at the widest point.

Q: Do you have the Pilot Light Pro for 14 volts aircraft?

This product will work for 12/14V aircraft.

Q: The documentation with the unit says it will only accept a 12v input if hard wired to the aircraft. Can you confirm that it WILL work with a 28v aircraft without damaging the unit?

No, P/N# 11-07819 will not work with 28V system.

Q: Is the Pilot Light Pro unit approved (PMA)?

No, this product is not FAA PMA Approved. Wiring to ship's power will require a Licensed A&P and a 337 Form, field approval may be required by local Fisdo. Please contact your A&P to review the approval process before attempting install.

Q: How is the (red/blue/green) light turned on and off (e.g. ship power off and you are done for the day)?

On/off button is on the light. If you connect to ships power the unit will run on ships power, if you lose your alternator a relay sends it back to AA battery in the light.

Q: Is the red/blue/green light dimmable?

Dimmer is on the light.

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