|Mfg Model#||Description||Part Number||Price||Buy|
|9052001||LED red/white, 28 VDC & mount|
|9052051||LED red/white, 14 VDC & mount|
|9052004||LED red/white, 28 VDC & 5 hole mount|
|9052014||LED red/white, 28 VDC & 5 hole lower mount|
|9052005||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 3.75" adapter|
|9052055||LED red/white, 14 VDC, 3.75" adapter|
|9052015||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 3.75" adapter, lower mount|
|9052007||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 3.75" adapter|
|9052017||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 3.75 adapter, lower mount|
|9052008||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 5 hole mount|
|9052018||LED red/white, 28 VDC, 5 hole lower mount|
90520 series LED beacons are FAA TSO compliant self-contained LED anti-collision lights (Ref. Class I - 100 effective candlepower). They are designed to replace strobe lightheads as small as the A470A with available models to replace HR self-contained beacons (HRCFA) or our legacy 70900 LED beacon. Mounting plate included with select assemblies. Refer to models and descriptions below. |
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methylene Chloride, which is 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
Oh very impressive lot! Installation was a breeze on my 172. I cannot say anything good about the price though. That price is outrageous.
Relatively easy to install with existing Whelen gas tube tail strobe hardware. Just needed to drill out 4 rivets, trim down the removed mounting disk, and use it inside the fin as a backing plate for the 6-32 mounting screws and lock nuts. Two wires from the existing wiring were then used to bring 14 volts to the unit. The strobe provides significant perifferal light for night taxing.
Installed on my 1967 Mooney M20F. 14V unit, install was a direct replacement for the coffee grinder rotating beacon. A&P charged an hour for install and filed a 337. Extremely bright, no background headset noise, and looks great.
Very bright. Easy to install (PA-28). Replaced Whelen strobe/beacon. Lighter weight. Way over-priced though.
This replacement was a piece of cake, and talk about bright.... We have 10 Cessna 172s and we will be adding this to all of them eventually. We also have this on our 1958 Travel Air. You can see the white portion a mile away on the ground in daylight.
Weâre very happy with it. Installation was painless. The beacon light signature is well superior to the original we removed. Low draw on electrical system. Lighter weight. Canât think of any downside, except maybe getting PMA approval for Mooneyâs and other aircraft makes?
You cannot believe how bright this strobe is. We can see the light in the day when the plane is still on the ramp over a mile away. Wish I could do something line this on the tail of my Cessna 172âs
Mounted right up to my 1966 Beechcraft Musketeer A23/24.
Great upgrade of the 1966 C172 Becon. Very bright much improved visibility great value.
Per the supplier: This is a LED replacement but it depends on the aircraft as these are STC'd.
Lower mount has a drain hole in it.
The mount is part of the assembly. Please review the 'Documents' tab. We have posted the dimensional drawing so you can get a better understanding of the assembly.
This unit, p/n 11-09908, does have a 3-3/4" mount that would fit a Whelen A440 style mount, or same size fairing. Base has 3 mounting holes to attach to an A440 or like fairing.
There is no separate power supply required. You can wire this directly from the switch.
The mounting holes are "keyed" so that it can only be mounted red forward.
The STC would cover such an installation.
It is TSO compliant.
The 9052001 comes with a universal mounting adapter plate and will fit the original hole pattern of the 70509 assembly. This should be a very straightforward install.
The max output on the 01-0790520-01 (11-07615) is 2amps. We recommend 1.25 times the max output so a 3 amp breaker should be sufficient. In regards to the wiring the customer can utilize 18 gauge wire 2 conductor.