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Teledyne Alphabeam LED Landing Lights


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Teledyne Alphabeam LED Landing Lights

Drop-in replacement LED Landing Lights for PAR 36 General Aviation aircraft

Teledyne Alphabeam LED Landing / Taxi Light
FAA - PMA

The Teledyne Alphabeam is the General Aviation industry's first FAA-PMA LED Landing Light. The Alphabeam uses superior patented optical technolgoy to direct the light emitted from the LED's into a field of view that enhances night taxi and landing operations.

 The Teledyne Alphabeam is an approved PAR 36 (4.5”) LED drop-in replacement for GE 4509, 4587, 4591, 4594, 4596 and 4313 lamps.

Features:

  • Greater field of view without sacrificing brightness
  • 170K mean candlepower
  • FAA - PMA for specific certified Part 23 aircraft models (see below for for approved aircraft)
  • Drop-in replacement for traditional PAR36 lamps
  • Long Lasting - projected life greater than 5,000 hours
  • Works on both 14V and 28V systems
  • Draws less power
  • Built in thermal protection
  • Meets all applicable environmental requirements of RTCA DO-160E
  • Ruggedized for aircraft shock, vibration and temperature ranges
  • Manufactured in the USA

The Teledyne ALPHABEAM™ LED Landing and Taxi Light, incorporating solid state technology, is designed for durability and long life. The ALPHABEAM™ offers an enhanced field of view compared with the incandescent models it replaces, and greatly improves visibility for night landing and taxi operations.

Is the ALPHABEAM™ FAA approved?
Yes, it is approved under FAA-PMA for most part 23 aircraft. See the list of approved aircraft below.

Can an owner/pilot install the ALPHABEAM™?
Yes, it is a direct replacement to the existing PAR 36 incandescent lamp. Minor maintenance may be performed by the owner/pilot, and does not require a certified mechanic.

What type of documentation is required for installation of the ALPAHBEAM™?
Installation of the ALPHABEAM™ requires only a logbook entry by the pilot/owner.

Does it matter how I hook up the wires or what voltage my airplane is?
No, the input of the ALPHABEAM™ is the same as an incandescent lamp. The ALPHABEAM™ is not polarity sensitive. The wires may be hooked up to either terminal. The ALPHABEAM™ operates on all 14 and 28 volt systems.

What is the projected life of the ALPHABEAM™?
The ALPHABEAM™ has a projected life of greater than 5000 hours of operation.

Can the ALPHABEAM™ overheat during operation?
No, the ALPHABEAM™ has built in thermal protection to reduce the current draw should overheating occur during operation. The ALPHABEAM™ must be installed in the original receptacle of the aircraft. If a rubber gasket was used, it must be discarded in this application to allow heat transfer to the airframe structure. This will guarantee good heat transfer and maximum performance when the aircraft is on the ground in a stationary mode of operation.

How much current does the ALPHABEAM™ draw?
It draws 1.6 AMPS @ 28 VDC as compared to 4.0 AMPS for the incandescent lamp @ 28 VDC and 3.3 AMPS @ 14 VDC as compared to 8 AMPS for the incandescent lamp @ 14 VDC.

What Environmental Testing has the ALPHABEAM™ been subjected to?
The ALPHABEAM™ has been subjected to 27 tests outlined in RTCA DO-160E, the industry standard required environmental tests for Airborne Equipment installed in aircraft. Contact Teledyne for more information on specific tests performed and qualification data.

Is the lens cover of the ALPHABEAM™ impact resistant?
Yes, it is made of a high quality, optical grade of Polycarbonate which reduces the risk of cracking induced by debris picked up from propeller wash.

What is PAR 36?
PAR 36 is the type (Parabolic Aluminized Reflector) and size of the light.


Approved aircraft for the installation of the Teledyne ALPHABEAM™ LED Landing and Taxi Light

Manufacturer Approved Replacement
for Part Number
Model
Aerostar 472-769 PA-60-600 (Aerostar 600), -60-601 (Aerostar 601), PA-60-601P (Aerostar 601P), PA-60-602P (Aerostar 602P), PA-60-700P (Aerostar 700P)
Cessna 0523118-1 140A, 150, 150A, 150B, 150C, 150D, 150E, 150F, 150G, 150H, 150J, 150K, A150K, 170A, 170B, 172, 172A, 172B, 172C, 172D, 172E, 172F (USAF T-41A), 172G, 172H (USAF T-41A), 172I, 172K, 175, 175A, 175B, 175C, 177 (17700001 thru 17701164), 177A (S/N 1771165 thru 17701370), 177B (S/N 17701371 thru 17701973), 177RG (S/N 177RG0001 thru 177RG0282), 180, 180A, 180B, 180C, 180 D, 180F, 180G, 180H, 182, 182A, 182B, 182C, 182D, 182E, 182F, 182G, 182H, 182J, 182K, 182L, 182M, 182N, 185, 185A, 185B, 185C, 185D, 185E, A185E, 188, 188A, A188, A188A, 206, U206, U206A, U206B, U206C, TU206C, U206D, TU206D, U206E, TU206E (S/N U20601445 thru U206001572), 207, T207, 207A (S/N 20700363 thru 20700414), T207A (S/N 20700363 thru 20700414), 210, 210A, 210B, 210C, 210D, 210E, 210F, 210G, 210H, 210J, T210F, T210G, T210H, T210J, 210-5(205)
Cessna 4313 150L (S/N 15072004 thru 15074850), A150L (S/N A1500227 thru 15000429)
Cessna 4509 150L (S/N 15074851 & ON), A150L (S/N A15000430 & ON), 150M, A150M, 172M (S/N 17263459 thru 17267584), 172N (S/N 17261445, 17267585 thru 17269309), R172K (S/N R1722000 thru R1722724), 177B (S/N 17701974 thru 17702672), 177RG (S/N 177RG0283 thru 177RG1266), 180J, 180K (S/N 18052771 thru 18052905), 182P, 182Q (S/N 18265176 thru 18265965), A185F (S/N 18502091 thru 18503458), 188B (S/N 18802349 thru 18803046), 188B (S/N 18800833 thru 18801040), U206F (S/N U206001701 thru U206003521), TU206F (S/N U20601701 thru U20603521), U206G (S/N U20603522 thru U20604074), TU206G(S/N U2063522 thru U206U20604074)
Cessna 4596 152, A152, F152, FA152, 172P (S/N 17275035 thru 17276654), 172Q, 172RG (S/N 172RG0891 and ON), 188B (S/N 18800833 thru 18801040), A188B (S/N18800833 thru 18802348), T303
Cessna 4594 172N (S/N 17261578, 17269310 thru 17274009 except 1720050), 172P (S/N 17274010 thru 17275034), 172RG(S/N 172RG0001 thru 172RG0890), 188 (S/N 1880318 thru 1880572), A188 (S/N 1880318 thru 1880572), 188A(S/N 1880573 thru 1880832), A188A (S/N 1880573 thru 1880832), U206E (S/N U206001573 thru U206001700), TU206E (S/N U206001573 thru U206001700), 207A (S/N 20700415 thru 20700788), T207A (S/N 20700415 thru 20700788), 310, 310A (USAF U-3A), 310B, 310C, 310D, 310F, 310G, 310H, 310I, 310J, 310J-1, 310K, 310L, 310N, 310P, 310Q (S/N 310Q0001 thru 310Q1160), 310R, 320, 320-1, 320A, 320B, 320C, 320D, 320E, 320F, 336, 337, 337A, 337B, 337C, 337D, 337E, 337F (S/N 33701317 thru 33701398), T337C, T337D, T337E, T337F, 340, 340A, 401 (S/N 401-0001 thru 401-0322), 402, 402A, 402B, 402C, 404, 411, 411A, 414 (S/N 414-0001 thru 414-0450), 421, 421A, 421B, 421C
Cessna 4591 R172K (S/N R1722725 thru 1723454), 177B (S/N 17702673 & ON), 177RG (S/N 1771267 & ON), 180K (S/N 18052906 thru 18053203), 182Q (S/N 18265966 & ON),182R, T182, R182, TR182, A185F (S/N 18503459 & ON), 188B (S/N 18800833 thru 18801040), A188B (S/N18800833 thru 18802348), U206F (S/N U206001701 thru U206003521),TU206F (S/N U20601701 thru U20603521), U206G (S/N U20604075 thru U20607020),TU206G (S/N U20604075 thru U20607020), 210K, T210K, 210L,T210L, 210M, T210M, 210N, T210N, 210R, P210N, P210R, 337F (S/N 33701399 thru 33701462), 337G, 337H, P337H, T337B, T337G, T337H
CPAC 4509 112, 112B, 112TC, 112TCA
CPAC 4591 114, 114A, 114B, 114TC
CPAC 4596 114, 114A, 114B, 114TC
Hawker Beechcraft 4313 N35, P35, S35, V35, V35A, F33, G33, F33A(S/N CE-290 thru CE-771 except CE-748), F33C (S/N CJ-26 thru CJ-148), 19A, B19, 23, A23, A23A, B23, C23, A24, A24R, B24R, C24R, 77
Hawker Beechcraft 4596 F33A (S/N CE-772 and after, and CE-748), F33C (S/N CJ-149 and after), 95-55, 95-A55, 95-B55, 95-B55A, D55, D55A, 58, 58A, 60, A60
Mooney 4596 M20J, M20K, M20L, M20M, M20R, M20S
Piper 472 661 PA-23, PA-23-160, PA-28-181, PA-28R-201, PA-28R-201T, PA-28RT-201, PA-28RT-201T, PA-23-235 & PA-23-250 (S/N 27-1 thru 27-7405476 inclusive), PA-28-140, PA-28-150, PA-28-160, PA-28-180, PA-28-235, PA-28R-180, PA-28R-200, PA-32-260, PA-32-300, PA-32R-300, PA-24, PA-24-250, PA-24-260, PA-24-400, PA-30, PA-39, PA-28-236, PA-28-201T, PA-32RT-300, PA-32RT-300T, PA-32-301, PA-32-301T, PA-32R-301 (HP), PA-32R-301 (SP), PA-32R-301T, PA-44-180, PA-44-180T, PA-34-200, PA-34-200T, PA-34-220T, PA-18 “150”, PA-18, PA-18ª, PA-22, PA-22-108, PA-22-135, PA-22-150, PA-22-160, PA-28-151, PA-28-161, PA-38-112
Piper 472 071 PA-23-235 & PA-23-250 (S/N All excluding 27-1 thru 27-7405476), PA-34-220T, PA-28-151, PA-28-161
Piper 472 769 PA-31T, PA-31T1, PA-31T2, PA-42, PA-42-720, PA-42-1000, PA-31-350, PA-46-310P, PA-46-350P, PA-31, PA-31P, PA-31-300, PA-31-325, PA-31-350,
True Flight 4509 AA-5, AA-5A, AA-5B

 

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Love It!
by Ethan from Honolulu HI USA 

Review: I bought one a year ago as a replacement landing light. When my Taxi Light burned out this year, I bought another one. They are super bright, last long, no maintenance, easy to install (at least in my 1966 Cessna 172), and hassle free. Highly recommended!
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Saturday, December 28, 2013
Great lights
by Chris from Clarendon TX USA 

Pros: Expected long life
Cons: small amount of modification to light retainer rings to fit.
Review: Provides great light output, most of all I like the idea of the 5000 hr service life. Only hope they actually last at least1/2 that long in the "real" world, as it seems a lot of the lifetime claims of these new style lighting systems are exaggerated somewhat.
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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
by A Customer from Oxnard CA USA 
Pros: Bright with great fforward and side field of view. Use both day and night.
Cons: pricey
Review: Excellent light. Easy to install. Bright pattern that really helps in night taxi and landings. Able to use for day and night. Very low amp draw.
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Thursday, July 25, 2013
TRIPLE Check compatibility before you buy
by Chris Tilton from Olmsted Falls, OH 

Pros: Great idea
Cons: But not for Mooneys
Review: Through no fault of MyPilotStore, the Manufacturer incorrectly listed this light engine as an acceptable and approved replacement for certain Mooney M20 aircraft. In fact, the physical lamp diameter does not match the PAR48 halogen that it is intended to replace! This is a PAR36 (really measures to PAR35 but who's counting...).
Please be sure to verify dimensions and FAA PMAs before you invest.
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Monday, July 22, 2013
Very Nice, might buy the taxi light too.
by A Customer from Oviedo FL USA 

Pros: Very bright. Works well, no polarity issues during installation.
Cons: Beam divergence isn't very tight..the farther out the beam shines the more you can see the individual LEDs.
Review: Pretty bright. Kind of expensive compared to some of the others on the market.
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Thursday, July 18, 2013
by Brent from Alameda, CA 
Review: BRIGHT!! Can keep the landing light on the whole flight without worry about having to replace it! Fit in an Arrow II with a little fiberglass cutting, a little deeper than the standard bulb.
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Monday, April 22, 2013
Bright Idea!!!
by VTail Driver from Sierra Madre CA USA 

Pros: Low amp draw, bright & can be seen @ all angles daytime @ great distances
Cons: Not focused at distance, it doesn't spotlight the runway
Review: When ATC calls out my plane to another pilot, as soon as I turn on the light they spot me, a nice safety addition. Allthough the 250W bulbs that were in there previously were bright, it was a focused beam and didn't really help anti collision during the day. They also drew a lot on the electrical system & had a limited life span. With this new LED technology the amp meter dosent even flinch, & you can basically run them day & night... The only noticeable difference is that the old school bulbs create a "hot" spot on the runway where the bulb is focused, the LED is a broader, whiter light. The LED will flood the runway & adjacent area with light(nice to see critters hanging around the apron @ night)... One other peace of mind feature is the life span of LED rocks. I do a lot of night flights & standard bulbs always fail when landing at the smaller low lit airports. Its nice knowing that LED lights last for thousands of hours.
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Expensive, but bright
by Alex from Stillwater OK USA 

Pros: Bright, easy to install
Cons: Cost
Review: Product was very expensive for a bulb, even more expensive than similar products. It is very easy to install, however, and produces a very bright and crisp light across the runway.
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Sunday, March 03, 2013
Would buy again
by John from Eau Claire WI USA 

Pros: Brighter than GE incandescent, light beam covers wider area, low power draw
Cons: None
Review: I appreciate being able to see more of the runway environment. Previously, I needed to be 20 ft above the runway to see white markings. Now, I can see then from 50-100ft.
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Monday, January 28, 2013
Why did I wait so long?
by J.R. from Oklahoma 

Pros: Wider and brighter beam. Lasts almost forever.
Cons: Still a bit pricey, but still the best bargain of any.
Review: Even my wife noticed I was replacing 4509s way too often, so she got me one of these for Christmas. Installed it as taxi light. Wow, what a difference!
Best bang for the aviation buck to date.
Now, I've started hinting that by Fathers Day, I'll need one for the landing light, too.

Here's a YOUTUBE video of a comparison:

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
by John from Lenoir NC USA 
Review: Haven't been able to use it at night yet. My home airport doesn't have lights. It looked like the incandescent I took out, but had a slightly fatter profile. I had to relieve the hole slightly to make it go in far enough to put the retaining ring on it. Other than that, installation was easy.
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Monday, June 25, 2012
Bright lights are worth the cost
by Susie from San Jose CA USA 

Pros: Very bright and visible
Cons: Expensive, but they should last the life of the plane
Review: I purchased two of these lights, one for taxi and one for landing, and they work great! I chose these for safety so I could be seen by other planes, and they definitely are bright! I fly with them in daylight as an added safety measure.
The only drawback was in identifying whether this bulb would indeed be a replacement for the one in my plane. It took several calls to the vendor, to Cessna, and to my local Cessna authorized repair shop before I finally got the answer. That was the only challenging part of the transaction.
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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
No blanket PMA replacement approval for PAR 36
by David from Marshall Ct Airport IL USA 

Pros: More robust than Whelen and mistake proof installation.
Cons: > 2x weight of std bulb and higher price
Review: Product is heavier than the Whelen equivalent but is very robust and mistake proof. The orientation tab is slightly wider than a std PAR 36 glass bulb and the slot in the SS mounting ring had to be filed to fit. Some concern heavier weight could be a problem for some nose cowls. Teledyne does not include the weight in their specs. My aircraft ACA 7GCBC is not on the approved list but is on the list for future approval. Functionality appears very good with higher output and well defined pattern. Have to get a field approval to use. Warning in instructions not to use rubber insulating ring which could limit heat transfer is a concern... many installations will be composite or fiberglass.
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Monday, November 21, 2011
Perfect!
by Thomas from Sontra Germany 

Review: Really good product.   Very good landing & taxiing light!
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Monday, August 08, 2011
Excellent tax light
by Joe, Cessna 172 from Saint Louis MO USA 

Pros: Long life, outlast your plane, low power draw, bright
Cons: Cost
Review: While not cheap, this light is very bright, and is supposed to last over 3000 hours. It was a piece of cake to install on my 172M. I use ithe AlphaBeam as a taxi light because it has a wide beam. I installed a Whelan Parametheus as my landing light, since it is a little more directional. Together they are fantastic! The main reason I went LED, aside from never having to replace them again, was the very low current draw. I don't want to put any more stress on the thirty-something year old electrical system of my bird that I have to. These guys draw a fraction of the power of a conventional incandescent bulb.
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Previous Customer Questions For Teledyne Alphabeam LED Landing Lights:
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On Monday, November 26, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
The spec sheet shows the light intensity in candle power. Others I compare them with are in lumens. What is the relationship?
A: Lumens are a measurement of how much light a device produces, and candlepower is a measurement of concentration of the beam a device produces. These are not the same thing and a good rule of thumb is, "Lumens are brightness, candlepower is beam shape". You can also think of it as Lumens are how to brighten up a room and candlepower is the strength/distance of the beam.

On Wednesday, October 03, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
1. Is the Alphabeam brighter than a 4509 light? 2. Can it be made to pulse?
A: Hello Mark, Teledyne's laboratory testing shows the Alphabeam is brighter than a 4509, however some will argue it is how you test.  The 4509 has a very intense hot spot in the center of the beam, and gradually falls off center.  The Alphabeam has more total lumens in the beam, with a more uniform beam.  The best test is to see with your own eyes. To answer your second question, it depends on the pulsing system you are using. If you can let us know what system you are using we can check to see if it will work for you.


 

 

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