Part# 11-17572
MFR Model# 11-7512-24


AeroLEDs is proud to introduce Polaris, an FAA-PMA approved all-LED replacement for the legacy incandescent navigational lamps.

Note: 12v replaces the A7512-12, W1290-14, T7512-12, CMA7512-12, ML7512-12, UA-7512-12, M25309-7512.
24v replaces the W1290-28, T7512-24, CMA7512-24, A7512-24, ML7512-24, 972.72.54.508, MIL-L-6363/2, 6240-01-390-4921, 6240-01-143-8650, MS25309-7512, AN3122-1524, 1524, 040-0046, 753-478.
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  • 7 Watts
  • 12V or 28V system requirement
  • Exceeds TSO C-30C Type I & II
  • FAA-PMA approved
  • Bay 15S


  • Voltage: 9-18VDC / 18-32VDC
  • Current: 0.46A @ 14VDC / 0.37A @ 28VDC
  • Power: 7 Watts / 10 Watts
  • Pulse/WigWag: N/A
  • Synchronization: N/A
  • Lumens: 500 lm
  • Nav Light: Exceeds TSO C-30C Type I & II
  • MTBF: >30,000 Hours
  • Length: 2.0"
  • Width: 1.3"
  • Depth: 1.1"
  • Weight: 1.1 oz
  • Heat Sink Material: Aluminum/Black Powder Coat
  • Lens Material: Clear LSR
  • Mounting BAY15S Socket
  • Temperature Range: -55C to +70C


  • 100 X increased life expectancy
  • 75% decrease in power consumption
  • Increased reliability
  • Available in 12V & 24V
  • Direct drop-in replacement
  • Installed behind red and green lenses (reducing SKU management)



Lloyd V Verified Purchase


January 24, 2023

Blubs are direct replacement for the incandescent bulbs for my NAV lights in my R182. Im hopeful the LED blubs will greatly outlast the regular bulbs. Time will tell. They are much brighter.

Michael J
May 4, 2021

Got the lights installed and they work great. They are bright and causes no radio interference. thank you for a great product.

Miguel A
October 26, 2020

One of these 2 bulbs was dead! Called you & you told me to call mfgr. They made me go to the airport & test the bulb directly on the plane’s battery. I told them I already knew it was bad because it would not work in the same socket as the other similar bulb & 3 other known good bulbs. But I went & tested it & it was still dead. So I had to pay $15+ to ship it to the mfgr. They are shipping me another one. Somebody should reimburse me the $15+ shipping cost, but knowing how cutthroat businesses are, I’m sure that will never happen. Beware of buying any AeroLED products.

John R
April 7, 2021

These units are supposed to be a drop in replacement for later model Cessna 172 wingtip Nav lights. In my case the base tip needed to be filed down by a few mms to allow the lugs to engage the slots in the socket. Not difficult but it took some time and avionics professional opinion to know this was the issue. This may only be an issue with some sockets. Mine did not have a spring loaded base which would probably allow for a longer base tip.

Mark R Verified Purchase


September 6, 2022


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Q: Are these white colored lamps or separate green/red lamps?

These are white LEDs that you install behind your colored lenses.

Q: Will these lights flash or are they always on steady?

These do not flash. They are steady on.

Q: Are the AeroLEDs Polaris bulbs sold as a pair? or a single bulb.

These are priced and sold each, single bulbs.

Q: Can these be used on a Cessna CItaiton Jet, TurboJet over 12,500lbs?

These bulbs do not have an aircraft specific application chart. It is FAA PMA for certified aircraft, but you would need to confirm with your A&P to determine if it could be legally installed on your Citation.

Q: What is the warranty on these AEROLEDS POLARIS LED NAV BULB FMA-PMA bulbs?

AeroLEDs have a 5 year warranty.

Q: Does the lamp have to be environmentally protected?

This is intended to be installed under a lens with a gasket.

Q: Does AeroLEDs make a replacement for a GE-1777 bulb?

No, they do not have a replacement for the GE-1777.

Q: Will this work for a Mooney Ovation for both wings? The lights are location behind the wing tips.

If you have light assemblies that have replacement bulbs then these should work.

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