The AeroSun can be seen miles away in broad daylight especially while in the “wig-wag” or “pulse” feature is activated. It has been designed as a landing, taxi and recognition light that was designed for the leading edge, wingtip cutout or landing gear on an aircraft and has a built in “wig-wag” or “pulse” feature.
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?
The Sunspot 36LX landing and taxi lights 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 can be installed with the pulse function enabled in a Cessna 185 under STC, or in other aircraft models with a 337 that uses the Cessna 185 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.