|The TSO certified Pulsar NSP (Navigation/Anti-collision Strobe/Position) lights are designed to be installed on the wingtips of an aircraft where the navigation (red and green) and position (white) lights can be seen to determine the direction of the aircraft. The Pulsar NSP is TSO-C30c Type I, Type II and Type III and is TSO-C96a Class II approved.|
AEROLEDS PULSAR NSP WINGTIP NAVIGATION / STROBE / POSITION LIGHT PAIR FAA TSO 12V
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These lights when ordering the pair will include one green and one red and both will contain an Anti-collision strobe. Please refer to the installation manual in the 'Documents' tab for proper installation.
They require power from the aircraft but they would not require a power supply like a non LED strobe.
They are made in the USA. This set of lights does not have replaceable lenses.
The Pulsar NSP units have a single flash pattern. The dwell time for the flash is 0.190 Seconds, the off time is 1.27 Seconds and the total period is 1.46 seconds. The light has a 13% duty cycle.
PER AEROLEDS: We recommend that the customer maintain an 11 distance between the magnetometer and our lights per D0160 environmental tests requirements. We also recommend that they maintain a physical separation of the wire on the back of our lights and the wire that is connected to their magnetometer.
The wiring diagram recommends a separate breaker for the nav and strobe wiring. You could wire them to the same switch as long as they are on separate breakers.
Yes, these are FAA TSO approved for installation on certified aircraft.