FAQ

What is the difference between the Pulsar NS and the Pulsar NSP?

  • The Pulsar NS has a forward red or green navigation light, and a strobe that covers 180 degrees from each wing tip.
  • The Pulsar NSP has a forward red or green navigation light, a strobe that covers 180 degrees from each wing tip, and a rear white position light.

What are the installation requirements for the Sunspot 36 and 46?

  • The Sunspot 36LX landing and taxi lights and Sunspot 46LX can be installed with just a log book entry if you can install the light in an existing mount and use the existing wires, switches, and circuit breakers.
  • The Sunspot 36HX landing and taxi lights and Sunspot 46HX ┬ácan be installed with the pulse function enabled in any model listed on the AML under STC, or in other aircraft models with a 337 that uses the AML STC as a basis for approval.

What are the installation requirement for the TSO Lights?

  • If the lights are mounted to an existing mounting location with no structural modifications, and existing wiring can be re-used, the lights can be installed with a log book entry.
  • If there are modifications to the wiring, a 337 should be submitted for approval for the installation.
  • If there are structural modifications made to mount the lights, a more extensive approval may be required, ranging from a 337 to an STC.

What are the recommended wire for the Pulsar and Suntail lights?

  • We recommend 3 conductor 20 gauge shielded single bundle wire, which we have available in our accessories area.