Part# 11-09353
MFR Model# 01-1030-H-A


SunSpot is designed as a LED drop-in replacement for your existing GE4509, PAR36 aircraft lights. It comes with an integrated "wig-wag" or "pulse" feature built into the light that is recommended to be used throughout your flight to increase recognition from other pilots. SunSpot HX landing light projects 65,000 candela using 45 Watts/3.2 AMPS. SunSpot HX taxi light projects 15,000 candela. Includes integrated “wig-wag” or “pulse” feature and mounts with existing ring clamp. PMA'D.

Power consumption: 45 watts Max; Current Draw at 14VDC: 3.2 Amps Max

Available in taxi or landing lights. Clamp Mount: Par 36 Ring Clamp.
  • Wide Input Voltage Range (9-40VDC)
  • Built in Wig/Wag (stand-alone or synchronous with any other AeroLEDs products)
  • Over-temp Sense Protection
  • Low-voltage Sense (shuts down half the LED's in emergency, low voltage conditions)
  • Available in taxi or landing light
Pro-tech lens coating and warranty
It is strongly recommended to add the Pro-tech lens coating to the landing light which comes with a lifetime warranty on the lens for damage caused from rocks and debris.
PN 11-08143

EASA Approved.
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


  • Power: 45 watts
  • Voltage: 9-40 VDC
  • Lumens: 4,950
  • Landing Light: 65,000 Candela, 10ºx10º Beam Angle
  • Taxi Light: 15,000 Candela, 10ºx40º Beam Angle
  • Weight: 10 oz
  • Dimensions: 4.4" x 4.4" x 1.9"
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I like the light and it works well, I now have them on Two planes I operated

Matthew G
December 24, 2021

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December 24, 2021

Had to run one extra wire. But worth the trouble. Super bright!

August 4, 2013

Simple to install. Works as advertised. Only down side is a warning that lens discoloration from cleaning chemicals etc, are not covered by warranty. Guess the lens is made of plastic instead of glass? Would have been helpful to supply sample working for maintenance logbook entry.

Joel W
July 24, 2020


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Q: My landing light has just an on/off switch. What is necessary to make this light operate in wig-wag function just part of the time?

Per the supplier: It is recommended that the customer install a three position switch (1. constant on 2. wig-wag and 3. off) or two switches, one for constant on and the other for wig-wag.

Q: Is there a difference in light projection (degrees) projected between the Taxi light and landing light or is it just brightness?

Yes, the landing light projects a 10 degree beam which throws the light down the runway for landing and the taxi light projects a 40 degree beam that is useful when the pilot taxis his aircraft down the runway.

Q: What is the harness option? Is it just wiring to be run for a new installation, e.g. in a homebuilt or something?

yES. The harness option is a convenience offered to home builders, and others, to facilitate new installations or retrofits.

Q: If you use two switched for wigwag and constant, and both switches are turned on at the same time, will it damage the light?

No, it will not damage the light however wigwag will always supersede constant on if power is applied to both switches.

Q: I have a Cessna 182p with single position switches for Landing and Taxi Lights. What is required to get the pulse? Do you sell a 3 position switch I can swap out for my 2ea single position switches

Per AEROLEDS: a 3 position switch like part number AN3021-1 would work for this application.

Q: Does wig wag toggle between the landing and Taxi light or can the wig wag work by turning on/off certain percentage of LEDs within a single landing light?

These toggle between landing light and taxi.

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