GT Power Aircraft Navigation Lighting System
Aircraft Navigation Lighting System from GT Power - GTPNAVAIRLED
Complete LED navigation lighting system for your model aircraft up to .60 size. The GT Power LED Lighting System consists of eight bright LED lights, a control board with power lead, and clamps for securing the LEDs to the fuselage and wings of your aircraft, as well as double-sided tape for securing the control boardwithin the fuselage.
The included lights and patterns are as follows:
- 2 white constant bulbs
- 1 green constant bulb
- 1 red constant bulb
- 2 white strobe bulbs
- 2 red slow-flashing bulbs
The control board power lead features a male JR plug for connection to any open channel on the receiver. We suggest using a UBEC or receiver battery pack to provide adequate power to these lights, as the standard linear mode BEC on most ESCs may become overloaded. Another option is to use an ESC that has a switch-mode BEC.
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GT Power Aircraft Nav. Lights
The product appears to be everything described although I have not installed it. What I can comment on is the service. I received my lights in only three days without paying any extra shipping. That alone will make me want to shop again with Motion RC.
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Great product n far exceeds expectations.
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Have to add 8" for tail vertical light.
Lights worked well
I've purchased them but have
I've purchased them but have not installed yet,
This set is easy and simple to install on any plane. Led's are just bright enough, and they can be powered off a single 1S lipo if installed separately. I do some splicing and just plug in at the same time as I do the main battery. Just put a small piece of velcro to hold the 1S off to the side..
if only could receive more than 6v will be perfect.
Lights are bright, I just wish the landing light stayed on constantly.