Features 2 Wingtip Lights (1-Red, 1-Green), 2 Landing Lights (White), 1 Strobe (White), and 1 Simulated Rotating Beacon (Red). Landing Lights, Strobe, and Rotating Beacon can be controlled from the transmitter. The Simulated Rotating Beacon is accomplished using PWM (pulse width modulation) to make the LED look as if it is rotating. Unit plugs into any spare channel, or can be combined with a retract or flap servos using a regular servo "Y". High-brightness LEDs and a low-drain microcontroller circuit mean that it can be safely powered by the receiver's battery, no extra battery is required. Additional LEDs can be easily added, check the Accessories Page for available colors and prices.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This circuit is NOT regulated, it is designed to operate on a receiver that powered by either a 4-5 cell Ni-MH pack, or a 5.0 volt BEC or ESC with an on-board BEC. If you are using it on an HV (high voltage) receiver powered by a 2S (or larger) Li-Po/Li-Ion/LiFe, you will need a separate 5.0 volt BEC or a voltage regulator. Both are available in our store, check under Navigation Lights or under Parts and Connectors.
Check our "Videos" page under "Navigation Lights" for a short demonstration video!
DOWNLOAD: All-In-One NavLights Manual
High-brightness 5mm LEDs, these are the brightest 5mm LEDs I can find anywhere! Each LED draws 20-25mA (the strobe LEDs draw much less, and landing light LEDs only draw when they are switched "on"), so total current use is very low, around 125mA or less maximum. Wire lengths are 30" each for Wingtip LED and Landing Light LED, 60" on Strobe LEDs, and all wires can be easily shortened or lengthened as needed using regular speaker or zip wire.
In response to a lot of requests from our customers, the All-In-One Navlight set is designed to give you the best of all worlds, a single unit that includes wingtip and landing lights, as well as both a strobe and a rotating beacon. This unit has 4 operating modes, allowing the Landing Lights, Strobe, and Rotating Beacon to be independently switched from the tranmitter using a single proportional channel (channel 6 or higher). It also features 3 different blink patterns for the strobe, and 2 different "speeds" for the rotating beacon, which together provide 6 different combinations of strobe and beacon patterns. A small, push-button switch on the main circuit board cycles between the 6 patterns, and the unit remembers the last setting chosen even after the battery has been removed from the plane. So once you select the pattern you like best, you don't have to find it again the next time you fly. The 4 operating modes are:
Mode 1-Wingtip Lights ON
Mode 2-Rotating Beacon ON
Mode 3-Strobe and Rotating Beacon ON
Mode 4-All lights (Wingtip, Beacon Strobe and Landing Lights) ON
Modes 2, 3, and 4 can be mixed to a 3-position switch for added convenience. Consult the instruction manual for information on the % of mix necessary to use a switch.
Great for scale installations like the Cessna 182, it can also be customized with additional strobes or beacons, just use the Contact form from the top menu to provide us with the details of what you need, and we can come up with a navigation light set that's perfect for your model.
Weight: 50 grams