SuperNova FS Titania

SuperNovaFS - anticollision light

Anti-collision LED light White or Red

The SuperNova FS Titania – White or Red anti-collision light is a high powered LED light use in GA and transport category aircraft. It have been designed to be lightweight, with low drag and with a low power draw to meet the highest requirements of all certified aircraft. It contains of red or white LEDs. SuperNova FS Titania is available in infrared LEDs.



Dimensions (mm): 154.2 x 53 x 21
Dimensions (inches): 6.070“ x 2.087“ x 0.827“
Weight: 150g / 5.29 oz
Operating Voltage Range: 18-36 V DC
Output Power – White Strobe (@28V):

42 W (peak)
Output Power – Red Strobe (@28V):
42 W (peak)
Input Current – White Strobe (@28V): 2.28 A (peak)
Input Current – Red Strobe (@28V):
1.8 A (peak)
Repetition Rate of Strobe: 50 cycles per minute
Recommended size of mounting screw: M4 (SHCS #8-32)
Ambient Temperature: from -55°C to +85°C
from -67°F to +185°F
Overheat Protection: Yes (+85°C)
Reverse Polarity Protection: Yes
Transient Voltage: 60V
Under-Voltage Protection (lockout): Yes (18V)
Over-Voltage Protection (lockout): Yes (36V)
Waterproof, Dust-proof, Shock-proof, Vibration-proof: Yes


Specification sheet


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