Part# 11-11368
MFR Model# 01-0771733-12
Whelen #Model #DescriptionColorVoltagePart #
01-0771733-12OR6002ROrion Wingtip PTARed28V11-11368


ORION600 Series of FAA/TSO approved LED aviation lighting. Incorporating the latest state of the art LED Technology available in an all-inclusive package, the ORION600 series eliminates the need for external flasher boxes. Flush mountable for a wide variety of applications with minimal integration and easily retrofitable to the Whelen legacy strobe products. The ORION600 series is quite simply the brightest form of LED Anti-collision and Position lighting available.

Model ORION600 Position/Anti-Collision Lighthead All LED self-contained wingtip mounted Position/Anti-Collision system. Eliminates the need for external power supplies and reduces current draw and provides thousands of hours of operation.

FAA TSO-C96c Class II / TSO-C30c Type II & III
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  • Fully FAA/TSO-C96a & TSO-C30c approved
  • FAR SPEC Certified
  • Replaceable hard coated polycarbonate lens to maintain maximum light output
  • No RF emissions
  • Aerodynamic design without sacrificing light output
  • Exceeds FAA minimum intensity requirements for maximum visibility and increased safety of flight
  • Environmentally tested and certified to RTCA/DO-160G standards


  • Weight 0.4 lbs.(181gm)
  • Dimensions H x W x L 2.04” (52mm) x 1.78” (45mm) x 5.65” (144mm)
  • Volts 12 VDC 28 VDC
  • Position LED colors Aviation Red Aviation Green
  • Anti-Collision LED color Aviation White
  • Lenses Clear Polycarbonate Hardcoat, Field Replaceable

Far Spec

  • A Technical Standard Order (TSO) is a minimum performance standard and does equal compliance with the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations. In fact other manufacturers produce TSO approved items with operational characteristics that conflict with the FARs. Whelen designs products as FAR-SPEC, Federal Aviation Regulations – Specified Lighting. FAR-SPEC is compliant with all applicable FAR’s making your installation legal.
  • Installers must follow the approved guidance for installation of the product to be FAR-SPEC compliant


Caldwell A Verified Purchase


June 28, 2023

Ernest M Verified Purchase


April 26, 2023

Direct replacement for my 2013 Piper Mirage! Look great and are brighter than the legacy strobe lights!

May 6, 2022

What a difference from the original Whelen lights. Whelen isnt kidding when they say to check them with sunglasses because they are so bright. They arent outrageously priced, probably the best bang for the buck upgrade Ive done!

John F Verified Purchase


March 1, 2022

LEDs arrived quickly and install was fas and easy, and the customer was very impressed with the power.

K &
November 20, 2020

Not yet fitted to aircraft but bench test was impressive.

Joe L
September 3, 2020

Item arrived quick.

J. M
February 29, 2020

Received both light kits quickly with no shipping issues. Installed quickly and works great.

Michael L
January 27, 2020

Excellent product. Easy to install. Saved about 3 lbs off the useful load. Incredibly bright. Easy bolt on for 1977 Mooney with sawed off wings. Unsynced they are distracting on night landings, so had a sync wire run.

Brad P
April 13, 2018

These leds are very bright and look awesome. They are 100% bolt on replacement for whelen strobe system and they even use the same bolt pattern to mount so no holes to drill. Very easy install and 5x brighter.!!

J. H
March 23, 2018


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Q: What is the average current draw of the Whelen Orion 600 at 12 volts and at 24 volts?

For position light: 12v = 1/2 amp, 24v = 0.17 amp
For anti-collision light: 12v = 1 amp, 24v = 1/2 amp

Q: Are these lights priced and sold individually or as a pair?

These Orion 600 lights are priced and sold each. An order for quantity 1 will ship with 1 light.

Q: What is the difference between the Whelen Orion 600 series and the Orion 650 series of lights?

Per the supplier: The Orion 600 series has a rear position light built into it. The footprint is also different. The Orion 650 is designed to replace our legacy A650 products while the Orion 600 is designed to replace the A600 Series assemblies.

Q: Is the 600 TSOd on certified aircraft? I have a 650 legacy style on a 2004 American/Bellanca Scout. Or will I need to use the 650 Orion?

Yes, the Orion 600 series LED lights are fully TSO approved for use in certified aircraft.

Q: Are the Whelen Orion 600 series a 3 in 1 light including strobe?

Yes, the Orion 600 is a 3 in 1 light.

Q: What is the type & gauge of wire required for the 12V Whelen Orion 600 nav/strobe system?

4 conductor, 18 gauge wire.

Q: Can you send me the base measures of this Whelen Orion 600 Series LED lights?

Yes, the dimensions are available on our website. Go to the Brochure tab, and download the PDF. It includes a dimensional drawing of the lights for reference.

Q: Will installing these on my certified aircraft allow the removal of the old rotating beacon on the belly of the airplane?

Per Whelen: Per Vendor: That question is for the FAA. We cannot answer questions of legality as they do not involve Whelen Engineering.

Conceptually the answer is yes, the OR600 meets all the position and anti-collision light requirements. However, the FAA may feel differently that must be consulted on these matters.

Q: Is the Orion 600 series strobe a quick flicker or an on / off style?

The strobe is ON/OFF

Q: Can the Orion 600 series strobes be operated by one switch and the navs from another or do both run off one switch?

Each is wired independent and should be run off separate circuits.

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