|The Parmetheus™ G3 is the latest addition to the Parmetheus product family. Keeping the tradition of industry leading performance and value, the new G3 Series is 2.5 times brighter than the Parmetheus™ Plus all while maintaining the same form, fit and functionality of a drop-in LED replacement for legacy landing lights. No need to specify voltage as the G3 operates from 14-28 volts.|
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Yes, the Cessna T206H uses a PAR 36 lamp size. This will work for this aircraft.
Yes, the standard Cessna 177 uses a PAR 36 lamp size. This will work for this aircraft.
Whelen measures their lights in candle power, they are around 9k-10k candella. They are also flash compatible with no issues.
Yes these are drop in replacements for PAR36 bulbs which the Cherokee uses. The landing and taxi lights have different beam patterns.
Yes, the Cessna 182 uses a PAR 26 size lamp. Since the Parmetheus G3 is a PAR 36 size and the voltage operates from 14-28 volts, this will work as a drop in replacement.
If you only have one light on the aircraft, Whelen recommends using the landing light version.
This is a PAR 36 light size. If the 140 is outfitted with PAR 36 size, this will work.
Yes, this is FAA PMA drop in replacement for the PAR 36 lamp size.
These use Cree LEDS and they average around 9k-11k candela.
G3 landing light is 10 degree x 10 degree conical. The Taxi light beam pattern is 40 degree horizontal and 10 degree vertical.