Note on Approval: This bulb is a replacement bulb for nav lights only with the added strobe safety feature to be used at the pilot's discretion during daylight operation. Night operation requires steady on. They are not approved as a replacement for an anti-collision or strobe system. Not FAA Approved. STC Pending.
These bulbs are standard parts and have been designed to meet the requirements of TSO-C30c.
Latest generation has eliminated radio noise, is brighter, and lasts longer!
NavStrobe Aircraft Tailfin Navigation Light with constant & fast white strobe, 7.5w, 13350 LM LEDs
GE Equivalent: 305,307,309,311,1665,1680,1691,1777,1982
Emitter Type: Cree LED's
Weight: 0.32 oz (9 g)
Turn on first: Constant lighting / Turn on second time <3s: Fast Strobe. Switch between modes in fog/cloud etc
This LED light works great, much brighter than my previous bulb. Straight forward replacement bulb. The strobe function works just as described and is a great addition.
Excellent product. Two years of service life so far and no failure or RF interference.
Although it is not installed yet this is the best value for a tail strobe that I found. Thanks
Works as advertized! Very bright!!
This works great. Very bright and basically gives me a 3 light strobe system. If your battery voltage isn't fully up it might not strobe if the engine isn't started. As soon as your alternator is on line it will work ok. The side lens was loose on two side but I used a tiny bit of clear silicone glue to set them back on and it's fine.
These are just bulb replacements. They are intended to replace the bulbs currently used in your aircraft. They are self contained and do not require any power supply modification.
The NavStrobe tailfin bulb is a replacement for a tail light lamp, but does not take the place of a strobe with a flashtube. The flashing option is a safety feature, but not a replacement for a strobe assembly.
This bulb is approved as a replacement bulb for tail lights only with the added strobe safety feature to be used at the pilot's discretion. They are not approved as a replacement for an anti-collision system. They do not have FAA-PMA approval but as replacement bulbs only they are not required to.
Yes, these can be used with systems at 8-30 volts.