Titan Pro (28 VDC) – PAR 46 Landing and Taxi Light

Titan - PAR46 Landing Taxi WigWag Recognition Light for aircraft or helicopters

PAR 46 Drop-In replacement

Multimode LED light

  • Landing
  • Taxi

AveoEngineering introduces the exclusive next-generation Titan™ – Replacement for Legacy Lights.
A PAR 46 drop-in with the legendary Titan power!

 

Specification

LED quantity: 18 pcs
Input voltage: from +18 to +36 VDC
Input current: 5.08 A @ 18 VDC
3.18 A @ 28 VDC
2.42 A @ 36 VDC
Input power: 91.4 W @ 18 VDC
89.0 W @ 28 VDC
87.1 W @ 36 VDC
Transcient voltage: 2 seconds +80V
Under-voltage lockout: +17 VDC, not more
Over-voltage lockout: +36.7 VDC, not less
Ambient temperature: from -55°C to +85°C
(from -67°F to +185°F)
Beam angle: Landing lens:
6° (at 50% of max light intensity)
15° (at 10% of max light intensity)

Taxi lens:
12° x 8° (at 50% of max light intensity)
36° x 17° (at 10% of max light intensity)

Color and shade: Cool White
Overheat protection: temperature dependent decrement intensity
Weight: 0.87 kg / 1.92 lb
Useful life: not less than 30.000 aircraft flight hours
Dimension: 5.67” x 2.66” (D = 144 mm, H = 67.5 mm)
Material: a. Housing/Heatsink: Aluminum Alloy, natural anodizing
b. Lens: Clear PMMA

Drawing

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Installation Manual

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