ORION600 Series of FAA/TSO approved LED
aviation lighting. Incorporating the latest state of the art LED Technology available in an all-inclusive
package, the ORION600 series eliminates the need for external flasher boxes. Flush mountable
for a wide variety of applications with minimal integration and easily retrofitable to the
Whelen legacy strobe products. The ORION600 series is quite simply the brightest
form of LED Anti-collision and Position lighting available.
Model ORION600 Position/Anti-Collision Lighthead All LED self-contained wingtip mounted Position/Anti-Collision system. Eliminates the need for external power supplies and reduces current draw and provides thousands of hours of operation.
FAA TSO-C96c Class II / TSO-C30c Type II & III
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methylene Chloride, which is / are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
WHELEN ORION 600 12V WINGTIP PTA RED OR6001R
LEDs arrived quickly and install was fas and easy, and the customer was very impressed with the power.
Not yet fitted to aircraft but bench test was impressive.
Item arrived quick.
Received both light kits quickly with no shipping issues. Installed quickly and works great.
Excellent product. Easy to install. Saved about 3 lbs off the useful load. Incredibly bright. Easy bolt on for 1977 Mooney with sawed off wings. Unsynced they are distracting on night landings, so had a sync wire run.
These leds are very bright and look awesome. They are 100% bolt on replacement for whelen strobe system and they even use the same bolt pattern to mount so no holes to drill. Very easy install and 5x brighter.!!
Excellent product, took 1.5 hours to install, a lot brighter then incandescent bulb system.
Great light that I replaced my old ones with. I've been running it now for over a year and 500+ hours with zero problems.
I replaced the exterior lighting on my 1978 Mooney M20J with all LED lighting this year. I absolutely love this product! I haven't had to worry about bulbs burning out and the lights are a lot brighter over my old incandescent bulbs. The wingtip strobe feature on this is blinding. I utilized the synch wire to have the strobes flash together. Running the wire from one wingtip to the other was a lot of work but I think it makes the plane look a lot better. Current draw is a lot less now. I leave all lights on during day and night flights as I no longer have to worry about lamp life or cycles.
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For position light: 12v = 1/2 amp, 24v = 0.17 amp
For anti-collision light: 12v = 1 amp, 24v = 1/2 amp
These Orion 600 lights are priced and sold each. An order for quantity 1 will ship with 1 light.
Per the supplier: The Orion 600 series has a rear position light built into it. The footprint is also different. The Orion 650 is designed to replace our legacy A650 products while the Orion 600 is designed to replace the A600 Series assemblies.
Yes, the Orion 600 series LED lights are fully TSO approved for use in certified aircraft.
Yes, the Orion 600 is a 3 in 1 light.
4 conductor, 18 gauge wire.
Yes, the dimensions are available on our website. Go to the Brochure tab, and download the PDF. It includes a dimensional drawing of the lights for reference.
Per Whelen: Per Vendor: That question is for the FAA. We cannot answer questions of legality as they do not involve Whelen Engineering.
Conceptually the answer is yes, the OR600 meets all the position and anti-collision light requirements. However, the FAA may feel differently that must be consulted on these matters.
The strobe is ON/OFF
Each is wired independent and should be run off separate circuits.