MicroPulse Landing Light Control Unit | 12-35V, 8A, Ring Terminals

MicroPulse Landing Light Control Unit | 12-35V, 8A, Ring Terminals

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EDMO#: 9100-001-M

MFR#: 9100-001-M

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The MicroPulse landing light controller is a solid state, compact and lightweight lighting controller. It features dual channels and provides Wig Wag and multiple rate control for any combination of LED, incandescent, and HID landing lights. The MicroPulse has an eight position function mode switch.

Model 9100-001-M uses ring connectors with 8A maximum current.
  • Dual channel 8A circuit
  • Equipped with ring lug terminals
  • Solderless crimp ring connectors and reference panel label included
  • Wig Wag, multiple rate, and combination lighting control
  • Self contained design requires no outboard heat sinks, boxes, or rheostats
  • Increased visibility and safety
  • Works with LED landing lights, incandescent, and HID lights
  • Wig Wag and taxi light pulsing configurable
  • RTCA/DO-160G SEC 21: RFE qualified

Weight:
1.49 oz

Dimensions:
Panel label 1.5 in (diameter)
Control unit: 0.90 x 2.86 x 0.90 in

Capacity:
40 Watts @ 5 VDC
96 Watts @12 VDC
192 Watts @ 24 VDC
224 Watts @ 28 VDC

Voltage range:
12 to 35 VDC

Max current:
8 A

Controlled output:
0 to 12/35 VDC
0 to 8 A

Operating temperature:
-30°C to 65°C

Approvals:
FAA PMA STC SA01800SE 
RTCA/DO-160E Tested/Qualified

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