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WHELEN ORION 6502R 28V WINGTIP PTA RED

$509.00/Each
Part# 11-18765
MFR Model# 01-0790725-12
Model Num.DescriptionWhelen #Part Number
OR6502RRed Forward Position, Anti-Collision Light Wingtip Assembly, 28 VDC01-0790725-1211-18765

Overview

The Orion 650 series products incorporate RED or GREEN Forward Position Lights as well as the WHITE flashing Anti-Collision Light function. State of the art LED circuitry is built in to eliminate the need for separate flasher boxes for operation. The footprint, and mounting, are identical to legacy Whelen products for ease of installation and retrofit. Fully FAA/TSO & STC approved.

Specifications

  • Drawing 90725
  • Weight 0.26 lbs
  • Current Draw for 14V Models: 0.30 amps / 0.70 Position avg ACL
  • Current Draw for 28V Models: 0.15 Amps / 0.35 Position avg ACL
  • Lenses Clear Hardcoated Polycarbonate

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Reviews

Great pruduct, highly reccomend. Fits same footprint and nutplate pattern of my old Whelen strobe/nav light. Got rid of old high-voltage stobe power supply, saving 1.1lbs per wing. Only slight issue was the new strobe baseplate is flat, whereas the old strobe had a slight cavity so it would sit against the slight curvature if my wingtip. Solved by fabricating gasket from 1/8 foam material, Could probably also have just used proseal under baseplate too.

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WHELEN ORION 6502R 28V WINGTIP PTA RED

January 20, 2022

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