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AEROLEDS SUNSPOT 36 HX WITH PULSE LANDING / TAXI LIGHT FAA-PMA FOR CERTIFIED AIRCRAFT

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Overview

SunSpot is designed as a LED drop-in replacement for your existing GE4509, PAR36 aircraft lights. It comes with an integrated "wig-wag" or "pulse" feature built into the light that is recommended to be used throughout your flight to increase recognition from other pilots. SunSpot HX landing light projects 65,000 candela using 45 Watts/3.2 AMPS. SunSpot HX taxi light projects 15,000 candela. Includes integrated “wig-wag” or “pulse” feature and mounts with existing ring clamp. PMA'D.

Power consumption: 45 watts Max; Current Draw at 14VDC: 3.2 Amps Max

Available in taxi or landing lights. Clamp Mount: Par 36 Ring Clamp.
  • Wide Input Voltage Range (9-40VDC)
  • Built in Wig/Wag (stand-alone or synchronous with any other AeroLEDs products)
  • Over-temp Sense Protection
  • Low-voltage Sense (shuts down half the LED's in emergency, low voltage conditions)
  • Available in taxi or landing light
Pro-tech lens coating and warranty
It is strongly recommended to add the Pro-tech lens coating to the landing light which comes with a lifetime warranty on the lens for damage caused from rocks and debris.
PN 11-08143


EASA Approved.

Specifications

  • Power: 45 watts
  • Voltage: 9-40 VDC
  • Lumens: 4,950
  • Landing Light: 65,000 Candela, 10ºx10º Beam Angle
  • Taxi Light: 15,000 Candela, 10ºx40º Beam Angle
  • Weight: 10 oz
  • Dimensions: 4.4" x 4.4" x 1.9"
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Reviews

Had to run one extra wire. But worth the trouble. Super bright!

Jim
August 4, 2013

Q&A

Q: My landing light has just an on/off switch. What is necessary to make this light operate in wig-wag function just part of the time?

Per the supplier: It is recommended that the customer install a three position switch (1. constant on 2. wig-wag and 3. off) or two switches, one for constant on and the other for wig-wag.

Q: Is there a difference in light projection (degrees) projected between the Taxi light and landing light or is it just brightness?

Yes, the landing light projects a 10 degree beam which throws the light down the runway for landing and the taxi light projects a 40 degree beam that is useful when the pilot taxis his aircraft down the runway.

Q: What is the harness option? Is it just wiring to be run for a new installation, e.g. in a homebuilt or something?

yES. The harness option is a convenience offered to home builders, and others, to facilitate new installations or retrofits.

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