Flyleds Wig Wag Module
With only four connections to make, the tiny Flyleds WigWag module is easily fitted into your existing wiring loom.
There are multiple ways to configure and operate the unit:
- Use a separate 'WigWag' switch in addition to your existing 'Landing Lights' switch.
- Add a third 'WigWag' switch to your existing Landing and Taxi switch setup.
- Use an ON-OFF-ON switch to select between WigWag and Landing lights
- And unique to Flyleds, you can also control your landing lights with just ONE standard ON-OFF switch!
- Turn the light switch on, both lights will come on as usual.
- Turn the switch OFF and back ON within one second, the lights begin to WigWag.
- Turn the switch off and back on again after one second returns both lights to steady on ready for landing.
- There are eight different flash patterns to choose from, easily set with a single push button.
- The unit will switch two 10 amp loads, and is ideally matched to our spotlight products.
The user manual is available here. As we get your feedback the range of suggested circuit diagrams will grow!
Our Price: $59.00
Sale Price: $55.00
Flyleds Single Spotlight kit
Looking to replace your MR-16 halogen landing lights?
The single LED spotlight from our "The Works" kit was designed with the same mounting holes as the globe holders that Van's supply in their halogen lighting kits.
They are a drop-in replacement for your Van's halogen lamps, with the following points to note:
- 1 amp current draw per spotlight versus 5+ amps for a halogen!
- 1200+ lumens per spotlight of nice clear 8 degree beam of white light, versus 5-600 lumens of yellow light.
- With a linear power supply design, there will be no radio or intercom noise. None. We promise!
Supplied un-assembled as the completed light PCB, heatsink, collimating lens, and mounting nutplates and rivets. Each light requires about 15 minutes of assembly time. (No soldering required!)
The typical 6-32UNC mounting screws and springs are optional. If you are replacing your Van's halogens you already have these!
The heatsinks extend 70mm behind the board, and the collimating lenses are 27mm tall. They are not specifically waterproof (or very aerodynamic!) so they would need to be mounted behind plexiglass in your DIY creations.