LE27 Series Led Bulb

  • Min.Order Quantity: 1 Piece/Pieces
  • Supply Ability: 10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
  • Port: Shanghai
  • Payment Terms: L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Westernunion, Paypal
  • Product Detail

    Major functions & features


    Installation dimension


    Lansing LE27 LED bulb is specially designed for Lansing low intensity single or double obstruction light. Combined with Lansing Low intensity series Fresnel optic lens, in compliance with ICAO and FAA standard.

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  • ● Self-contained electronic control design

    ● Customizable for both AC and DC conditions and customizable for steady burning or flashing mode

    ● Based on LED technology, long lifetime, low maintenance cost

    ● Extremely low power consumption,

    ● Top mounted LED indicator for power supply and operation status

    ● Built in photocell, which can switch ON/OFF the lights automatically at dawn and dusk (optional)

    ● Over voltage protection

    ● Low power consumption, which leads to huge savings on electricity bills.

    ● LED light source ensures long lifetime, maintenance free

    ● Built-in anti electrophoresis impact module, with lightning protection

    ● Universal E27 lamp holder, easy replacement

    ● Reverse polarity protection

    ● 5 years warranty

    LE2710 LE2732 LE2750 LE27100
    Light output
    Effective Intensity >10cd >32.5cd >50cd >100cd
    Standard ICAO type A ICAO type BFAA L810 ICAO type C ICAO type D
    LED Nos 8 16 16(High-Flux) 16(3W/Pcs)
    Vertical Divergence 120 degree
    Horizontal Divergence 360 degree
    LED color Aviation Red(Other colors are available upon request)
    LED lifespan 100,000hours
    Operation pattern Steady burning or flashing(20-60 times/min)
    Power supply
    Nominal voltage 85-265VAC, 50/60 Hz;12VDC; 24VDC;30-60VDC;
    Power consumption 4W 6W 8W 16W
    Mechanical structure
    Body Aluminum alloy


    Weight 0.15Kg
    Temperature range -40℃-+55℃
    Dimension 128mmx52mm(HxDia.)


    • ICAO Annex 14, 4th Edition, July 2004
    • FAA AC No. 150/5345-43F, 2006