CERTIFIED AeroLEDs - SunSpot 36-4314 HX Aircraft Taxi Light w/pulse, 14V
AeroLED’s SunSpot 36 LED Landing and Taxi Light with Pulse consumes less power, outputs more lumens (total light output), and is not affected by vibration than incandescent bulbs. These attributes make them perfect for many applications: experimental planes, certified, commercial, and business jets. AeroLEDs offers several PAR 36 LED Landing and Taxi Light drop-in replacement options. The SunSpot series outputs a broader beam that illuminates an object's color due to the blue-green color temperature of an LED as opposed to the “grayed” out images from the orange-red color temperature of an LED incandescent lamp. With an output of 11,000 lumens, you’ll have no trouble seeing the runway with this landing light. This aviation light is rated to last over 30,000 hours in continuous operation. FAA, STC, and PMA certified with a 5-year warranty.
- Part Number: 01-1030-4314-H
- PAR Cross Reference Guide Download
- Power: 95 Watts
- Voltage: 14V AC/DC
- Lumens: 11,000
- Candela: 50,000
- Weight: 11.5 oz
- Dimensions:4.4″ x 4.4″ x 2.1″
- Pulse Wig/Wag: Built-In
- Class: FAA, PMA/STC
- Sunspot 36 Installation Guide Download
About AeroLEDs SunSpot 36 Series Lamps
AeroLEDs SunSpot 36 Certified LED landing and taxi lights consume less power, output more lumens (total light output), and are not affected by vibrations than incandescent bulbs. These attributes make the SunSpot ideal for experimental, certified, commercial, and military aircraft. The SunSpot series outputs a wider beam that illuminates an object's color due to the blue-green color temperature instead of “grayed” out images from an incandescent lamp's orange-red color temperature. AeroLEDs offers several SunSpot 36 (PAR 36) drop-in replacement options that are PMA and STC certified.
LX vs. HX
The SunSpot 36 Series LX performs as a standard light with the constant “on” mode. The HX version includes an integrated Pulse or WigWag feature that greatly increases recognition in broad daylight and night operation to avoid midair collisions. Additionally, while in the recognition mode, the SunSpot’s draw half the current. AeroLEDs recommends that the pilot switch to Pulse or WigWag after takeoff and remain in this mode throughout each flight. The SunSpot series lights are designed to be mounted in the Wingtips, leading-edge, cowling, or landing gear. If you have a PAR 36 ring mount, the SunSpot 36 series will fit your aircraft.