Pacifica NXT – Under-wing / Under-fuselage Landing or Taxi Light

Pacifica NXT - Underwing landing or taxi light

Aerodynamics Under-wing or Under-fuselage Taxi or Landing Light

Aveo Introduces the Aerodynamic under-wing/under fuselage Pacifica Series of taxi or landing lights.  Incorporating Aveo’s proprietary CuPillar™, AfterBurners™ and NTC technologies, coupled with our KrystalKelvin™ optical grade lenses for exact wavelength transmissions. Aveo makes retrofit upgrades easily possible for incredible intensity lights in low drag, simple to mount shapes.



Dimensions (mm): 140 mm x 45 mm x 62 mm
Dimensions (inches): 5.52“ x 1.76“ x 2.43“
Weight: 180 g / 6.35 oz
Operating Voltage Range: 9–36 VDC
Input Current (at 25°C): 0.94A @14 VDC
0.47A @28 VDC
Input Power: 13.16W @14 VDC
13.16W @28 VDC
Ambient Temperature: from -40°C to +85°C
from -40°F to +185°F
Overheat Protection: Yes (temperature dependent decrement of intensity)
Transient Voltage: 1 second +90 V
Under-Voltage Lockout: +5.6 VDC, not more
Over-Voltage Lockout: +37.8 VDC, not less
Waterproof, Dust-proof, Vibration-proof: Yes




Pacifica NXT: AVE-PANTLW-D01
Pacifica NXT Landing (13°):
Pacifica NXT Taxi (35°x13°):

Installation Manual

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