The DOUBLE DUAL MAGNUM STROBE Driver is available in two models, the DDM 12 volt DC model and the SDDM smart model. The SMART Model simply means it can be powered by 10 to 80 volts of AC or DC. The 12 volt model is powered by the 12 volt electrical system of your aircraft.
The strobe bulb fires a rapid double flash on one head and then the other in an alternating pattern. The first flash catches the eye and the second identifies your position. Total flash rate is 74 per min.
Average current draw is less than 2 Amps. The driver measures 4 1/2" X 3 1/2" X 1 1/2" and weighs 10 ounces.
STREAMLINE COMBO heads are fitted with LED position lights. RED for left wing, GREEN for right wing, and each have a WHITE in the backside of the head for rear. These heads are machined form solid aluminum and anodize plated. Measuring 3 ľ" X 1" and weighing 2.8 ounces. They surface mount the same as the Standard Streamline head and here is a great feature, the 12 volt LEDs draw only 1/3 Amp of power per head.
Kit #1 For builders of RV 7, 9, & 10 aircraft or any other kit that has like mounted wing lights. Due to the wing light configuration on these aircraft, the white rear facing LED on the regular Combo head is of no use, because it canít be seen from the rear. A white position or tail light is then needed. A set of special heads. They are STROBE and RED / GREEN Position light equipped heads WITHOUT the white LEDs, a 2 strobe driver box, that fires both wing strobes in an alternating double wink pattern, a white round LED equipped tail light to be mounted at the rear of the aircraft. Also, included is 50 feet of 5 conductor shielded wire for the wings, plugs, pins and mounting hardware. Total power draw for this system is about 2 Ĺ Amps at 14 volts.
Works good. It is a bit slower in frequency and energy but a good replacement for the expensive Whelen strobe power supply
Yes, the manufacturer recommends a 3 amp fuse.
No, these are intended for experimental aircraft only.