Part# 11-11133
MFR Model# LS03-05025 28V


Perfect for portable GPS systems, Cell Phone Chargers, Laptop Power Supplies, or anything you would plug into your car during a road trip. TSO'd Approved.

12V AIRCRAFT: If your aircraft runs on 12V you will not need any extra equipment to operate 12V equipment, and it comes with a rubber cap marked with DC12V.

24V AIRCRAFT: Please note, you will need a 28V to 12V converter to power most 12 volt consumer electronic devices.

Output Current: 8 Continous - 10 Peak Amps <
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


Fits perfectly in the cigar lighter hole on the panel of my 1947 Cessna 140 and works well.

Michael T
April 12, 2021

Too d__n expensive but you have us between a rock and hard place.

March 15, 2021

Product delivered was high quality, and delivered on time.

Daryl R
March 30, 2017


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Q: I have a 1973 C182P with a 14 v electrical system, 12 v Battery. Is this receptacle suitable for use in my aircraft?

Yes, this receptacle is FAA Approved for use in certified aircraft.

Q: Regarding the Lone Star TSO'd Cigarette Lighter Receptacle: What are the dimensions of the SS face plate? Width & Height? Screw center line dimension?

We have added the technical sheet to the 'Documents' tab of this web page. Please download and review them there.

Q: How are these FAA approved? What TSO was used or was there some other means?

Per the manuf. Certificate of Conformance, the parts meet FAA-PMA-TSO FACTORY NUMBER PQ0771SW-PT0771SW

Q: Does this have one or 2 usb outlets? Is it 2.1 or 2.5 amp power?

This is a receptacle and does not have USB ports. It is a cigarette port. The USB charger will need to be purchased separately.

Q: What gauge wire do you need for this being it's 10 amps on 12-14v aircraft?

16 gauge wire.

Q: Does the 24V model mean it accepts 24V and outputs 12V?

The operating voltage is between 10VDC - 32VDC, output is 13.8v.

Q: What makes this power receptacle different from the old school cigarette lighter? Does it have a different diameter and depth as compared to the traditional cigarette lighter Dimensions?

It is similar to most cigarette receptacles but this one has FAA approvals.

Q: Does this Lone Star require an STC to be installed in Certified aircraft?

No, this is a certified unit and the PMA approval can be downloaded for further information PQ0771SW/PT0771SW.