The SunSpot 36-4000 Series 75W offers the same trusted SunSpot reliability that pilots worldwide have come to expect, but tops the charts with the HIGHEST CANDELA IN THE INDUSTRY for a PAR 36 LED landing light. At just 75W this new line boasts an outstanding 200,000+ candela! With a 15°x15° bright white beam angle that greatly improves visibility both on the ground and in the air from up to 30 miles away. The SunSpot 36 replacement LED’s utilize the existing PAR36 mount and electrical connections for ease of installation. (-H versions require an additional wire*)
|Nominal Voltage||14VDC||28V AC/DC|
|Minimum Voltage||9VDC||18V AC/DC|
|Maximum Voltage||15VDC||30V AC|
|Current||5.4A @14VDC||2.7A @28VDC|
|Beam Profile |
|15° Vertical x 15° Horizontal|
(L x W x D)
|4.4” x 4.4” x 2.0”|
Very bright in my helicopter/ Excellent light output, both Taxi and landing light!
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They H version is with the integrated pulse while the other version is without the integrated pulse.
Yes, the Mooney 201 should be outfitted with a PAR36 sized light. This will fit any aircraft with the PAR36 sized light. We recommend confirming the size of the currently installed landing light to be sure it will work for your specific aircraft.
Per Manufacturer: "Integrated Pulse" means the light has the ability to Pulse (On/Off) with the use of a switch. Each SunSpot light with integrated pulse... ie 01-1030-4509-H has a Yellow wire lead in the pigtail. Once you provide aircraft voltage (+12V) to the yellow lead and have ground to one of the screw lugs, the light will then begin pulsing. If they desire to have the light steady on, all that is required is power and ground to the screw terminals."