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Aircraft Led Navigation And Strobe New Handmade on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Lva-Tolstogo, Kaluzhskaya oblast, Russian Federation

Lva-Tolstogo, Kaluzhskaya oblast, Russian Federation
Condition:New

Main Features:

- dimensions: 100 mm x 45 mm x 30 mm

3.94” x 1.77” x 1.18”

- 2-in-1 Nav/Strobe

- extremely lightweight at 50 grams

- 10-16 volt DC input range

- power – nav/strobe (12,0 W peak)

- current – nav/strobe  (1.0 A peak)

- no external power supply or strobe unit

- light synchronization feature

- recommended size of mounting screw: M4

Synchronization of flashes achieved by passing a control pulse from one device

 ( master ) to slave device ( slave).

The link to the video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITzMiEHBmxg

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