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Turnigy R/C LED Lighting System

Turnigy R/C LED Lighting System

Turnigy R/C LED Lighting System, easy to use scale lighting set suitable for 30-60 size scale model helicopters and aeroplanes.
2 red Beacon
2 White Strobe
1 Red
1 Green navigation light
A set for landing lights.
Flush mount LED plugs, to install in canopies or wings.
Input: 4-6v
Current: 30mA
Main board size: 35x24x8mm
LED wire length: 600mm/pc
Weight: 35g



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Simon  1 points - 3/18/2014
It looks to me from the videos that the strobes (as seen on the Cessna and Bixler) look like they "blink" rather than offer a true strobe effect. Brightness also looks like an issue. Can anyone comment on this? I have seen better, brighter strobes, and wonder if this system is worth getting, despite the apparently decent navigation light appearance. Oh, and by the way, if you run a fine sandpaper over the LED, it will diffuse the light so you will get better multi-directional visibility. Just a tip from previous installations.
 mrdrifter 84 points
you can always use ur own led lights for more lighting! :) Like wide angle leds etc
 Dbtchrman 2308 points
Regular strobe lights are available here just do the search for it!
fatboyfreak  199 points - 3/5/2014
Hooked these up to my trex 500 and they looked great! but they just arent bright enough to see em like I want. they work great though and you can change the plugs around and set up how you want.
 RonRC 3228 points
fatboyfreak, Not sure how you could do this on your Heli, but I recessed mine in the foam of my plane and put hot glue in front of the LED. They are too directional and the glue diffuses the light so it can be seen from all directions better. Hope this helps and Happy flying!
 fatboyfreak 199 points
I ran the wires inside frame up to the front landing struts, ran one wire down the tail, one up on top next to receiver and one down under the rear of the frame. Zip ties have become good friends. You are correct in that these are kinda hard to see. I picked up some 5mm leds for the red green I have on skids, as well as sanded them to show better. I simply connected power lead to balance plug. But next light set will have its own battery, use bigger brighter leds.
 RonRC 3228 points
How well dispersed was the light after you sanded them. Did you get better results? I was considering that on another set I have but didn't know if it would diffuse the light enough or not. Can you post some video? All the best and Happy flying!
 RonRC 3228 points
fatboyfreak, I just sanded one of the LEDs and compared it to one that I hadn't sanded. What a difference! Much brighter from all around except from the front where it's still pretty bright. But at lease it can be seen much easier. Thanks for the tip. All the best and Happy flying!
Shane  1 points - 2/9/2014
Will these lights fit on a bixler?
 Nutrox 7 points
I used them on a modified version of the AXN floater jet. With shorter wings. In my opinion the wires included will be to short to use on the bixler.
 Sergei 26 points
You will have to add about 25-30 cm of cable for wing navigation lights. I did that on Bixler 1.1.
 RonRC 3228 points
I'll be removing the wire and replacing it with servo wire with the signal wire stripped off so I can put them on my big cargo plane I'm building.
David  1 points - 2/6/2014
The description says "2 white strobe... aset for landing light". The video below shows landing lights and wing tip strobes. Does this kit come with the white wing tip strobes and landing lights? Thanks, David.
 tehPajka 192 points
Yes, there are two sets of white LED pairs, one pair for wing tip strobe and one pair for landing lights. Take look at airplane light system.pdf under Files tab on this page.
 RonRC 3228 points
David, you can plug the LEDs anywhere you like. I was considering plugging my red and green into the strobe and just having extra white lights. they look best at twilight when you can still see your aircraft but it's dark enough to make the LEDs stand out. On my next build, I will not be using the landing lights unless I put them on a brushelss ESC and on a channel to turn them on and off. It makes it a little difficult to land when the white lights wash out everything else.. Ha ha! All the best and Happy flying!
Gergo75  25 points - 12/16/2013
Hey hey, Anybody can tell me that possible to connect into my receiver directly and can i swith on/off somehow from my transmitter? I think it is important question in this theme. Thanks guys! Gergo
 the right stuff 1635 points
Not as it is. You would need to purchase a switch that you would then plug this into, There is no signal wire so it would be on all the time.
 RonRC 3228 points
Grego, you can plug it into your battery bind header on the RX. These look pretty cool on an airplane in low light.
 Nasir Subhan 44 points
In simple No. Needs an addition transmitter controlled switch available at HK. Prss Best Answer. Thanks!
 RonRC 3228 points
A less expensive way is to use the 20A brushed ESC for an on off switch if you want that capability. All the best and Happy flying!
 Skylanders 39 points
You could get the Turnigy On/Off switch... It's about $6-7. But considering that it only consumes 30mA, why bother... I was thinking of doing the same thing on my Yak 12, but it's just too much hassle. It's always nice with those LEDs anyways.
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76 thumbs up!
Fantastic bright LED's. Good for scale models like Cessna 182. I have ordered them for my friend's Cessna. They are bright and quite visible in the dusk / dark. However in the sunlight, they are not very visible. Good value for money. Recent price drop from 9.99 to 6. something....

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19 thumbs up!
Small! Good for a .25 sized plane only. Would not recomend for 40 or 60 plane or heli. Shipping is great....

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15 thumbs up!
It has nice case. It is not so expensive. The only negative for me is the lights which is not bright enough. It has focused standart LEDs, I prefer diffused LEDs.

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14 thumbs up!
Led de alto brillo, lo nico que no me gusta del sistema es que las luces de aterrizaje se ven poco y los strob parpadean mal, no se asemeja a la realidad.

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13 thumbs up!
I really like these lights but have one thing that bothers me a little....

I put these on my P51D E-Flight, and they are bright if you are in the focus path only, you can't see them at all off to the side, or it has to be really dark

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