Boeing 737 LED Tail Anti-Collision Light
Honeywell Aerospace - a worldwide leader in the design, supplyand support of exterior aircraft lighting systems - offers a new LED Tail Anti-Collision Light to replace existing Xenon based lights installed on the 737 aircraft for increased reliability and illumination.
A Standard In Aircraft Lighting You Can Trust
All Honeywell LED products undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet advertised performance. Based on proven experience meeting performance, quality, reliability and on-time delivery commitments, Honeywell optimizes our LED applications in the areas of optical design and control, power management, thermal management, and environmental protection.
- Plug-and-play LED upgrade
- Increases aircraft safety and recognition through improved light output, color and uniformity
- Reduces operator costs through reduction in maintenance and improvement in aircraft availability
- LED life up to 50,000 hours (10x improvement over Xenon)
- Weight savings of approximately 0.635 lbs
- Photometric life up to 50,000 hours
- Built-in thermal management to sustain light output over the life of the LEDs
- Robust environmental protection
- Input power reduced by over 50%
- No scheduled maintenance
Tail Anti-Collision Light Parts List
|Legacy P/N replaced||Product description||New LED P/N||Quantity per aircraft|
|30-0909-201||Tail Anti-Collision Light||72303328-001||1|
|30-0909-301||Tail Anti-Collision Light||72303328-001||1|
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