High Intensity PAR 64 LED Replacement Landing Light

High Intensity PAR 64 LED Replacement Landing Light High Intensity PAR 64 LED Replacement Landing Light

Features

  • Peak intensity 600,000 cd
  • Input voltage 28V AC/28V DC
  • Power consumption 170W AC/140W DC
  • Operating temperature: -54°C to +71°C
  • Storage temperature -54°C to +85°C
  • Mean Time Between Failure in excess of 23,000 hours (fan replacement required at 13,000)
  • Weight: 938g
  • Aviation White 6000K typ
  • Aluminium housing, matt black anodised finish
  • Hard coated polycarbonate lens
  • Output: 12 degrees full width to 10% max
  • Qualified to
             Environmental: MIL-STD 810G
             EMC:                MIL-STD 461F
                                      RTCA-DO 160G
             Power input:     MIL-STD 704A
                                      RTCA-DO 160G
 

 

Benefits

  • High through life cost savings over existing technology
  • Replacement unit fully meets 4559, Q4559X, Q4559, Q5559
  • Excellent resistance to shock and vibration
  • No future requirement to replace bulbs
  • Utilises existing housing and transformers
  • 5 year warranty
  • Repairable unit
  • Reduced power consumption
  • Doesn’t suffer degradation over time

Further Details

For military aircraft manufacturers and operators who use halogen based sealed beam landing lights and need improved operational readiness and reduced power consumption, the Oxley High Performance PAR 64 LED Replacement Landing Light offers a 100 fold increase in operational life which results in reduced mission downtime and maintenance requirements. This industry leading performance eliminates the need for spare part inventory and will result in significant operational and maintenance cost savings.  The Oxley LED based solution is a form fit replacement, requires no aircraft modification and delivers the maximum optical power across the full operating temperature range of the aircraft.
 
 For more information on how a Par 64 Bulb can benefit commercial and military aircraft, click here.