Small but strong! The CRAZEDpilot Bullet LED produces a ton of light (nearly 250 lumens each) with a WIDE viewing angle, BUT in a SUPER SMALL package. Must be seen to believe!
SOLD IN PAIRS
They are 0.9” diameter at the head, and fit thru a 10mm hole. A lot of output for a small LED! Angle of view is very wide! Can be seen a LONG ways away, even in daylight!
Pair our CRAZEDpilot Bullet LED with our LED Strobe and WIG-WAG Controller, and you have an excellent strobe system for a low dollar investment!
NOTE: slight yellow tone of LED in picture is only when 'off', these glow PURE WHITE!
Sold in pairs
Specifications per light:
Head width: 0.9"
Hole size: 10mm
Thread depth: 20mm (0.8")
Height above mounting surface to top of glass dome: 0.5"
spanning width of mounting surface (with enough threads under the nut to tighten): 15mm (0.6")
Total length: 33mm (1.3")
Current draw: Only 140mA each lamp!
NOTE: For experimental aircraft only.
These lights are intended to be a low-cost alternative to bring additional lighting into your interior. Do not rely on these as your sole source of light after civil twilight as they do not meet the entire requirements of FAR 91.205 for night time operations on their own. By installing these lights, you are agreeing to release all liability against CRAZEDpilot, its staff and representatives, for the use or mounting of these lights and its effect on your flight or its effects on the flight characteristics of your aircraft after installation. Not for use on certificated aircraft.
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Bright and small in size which I wanted. Perfect for my application.
They where exactly what I was looking for. Good quality and very bright.
bright for their size i use them as tag bolts/backup lights on my truck!
Very happy with the lights. Work great as described. I ordered very similar lights off eBay for 1/2 the price of these. Almost identical and just as bright. Either way, happy with the purchase. Do recommend
Installed in my main gear fairings and they work like a charm.
I installed three leds on each wing tip to face forward , back and sidewards. using the controler , No problems.
Don't ask me why but I got the wild hair to add lighting to my CH 701. Actually I can now kind of legally fly after sunset adding another 30 to 40 minutes to my day before dark.
This is what happens when you run across a Strobe / Wig wag / Landing light kit for $39.00 at CRAZEDPILOT.COM...other good stuff there too!!!
Started with the basic kit installing the LED lights inside the leading edge of my slats...that looked sooo good I purchased four more LED white bullet LEDs and a red and green bullet LED.
To tell the truth I would now - in a do over - buy just the white bullet lights and use in place of the kit lights - I would just keep adding lights until I got the brightness I wanted - plus a much easier install. Check my blogs and video under Zenith.aero Forums
Mounted the wing tip "nav lights" on a piece of polished aluminum and put them on the wing tips. The inner lights were mounted on a piece white plastic pipe about six inches long mounted under the struts and are faced both fore and aft.
Cost: About $85.00 using parts from around the shop and sweat equity.
Left out how I made the mounts etal on purpose...be creative in your install!!!
Also great customer support - called a couple of times to ask about the product and was immediately taken care of.
Check out the video on Zenith.aero
easy to install, bright flashing light...can be seen from a good distance
I recommend this for you...
Very bright output.. Great product at that price...