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.
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.
I like the light and it works well, I now have them on Two planes I operated
Had to run one extra wire. But worth the trouble. Super bright!
Simple to install. Works as advertised. Only down side is a warning that lens discoloration from cleaning chemicals etc, are not covered by warranty. Guess the lens is made of plastic instead of glass? Would have been helpful to supply sample working for maintenance logbook entry.
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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.
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.
yES. The harness option is a convenience offered to home builders, and others, to facilitate new installations or retrofits.
No, it will not damage the light however wigwag will always supersede constant on if power is applied to both switches.
Per AEROLEDS: a 3 position switch like part number AN3021-1 would work for this application.
These toggle between landing light and taxi.