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Published on Aug 11, 2011
PAR46 incandescent landing lights have always suffered from very short lifetime, the uncertainty of a filament burnout at a crucial moment during the landing, and very high current consumption, just when the electrical system is stressed the most, during closed throttle landing approaches at night, with all the other lights on. The new Whelen Parmetheus PAR46 LED landing light has been anticipated for many years, and finally it's here! And it works! Drawing 2.6A instead of 17A, it is brighter, a wider beam, a whiter color, and you can use the landing light more often for safety. We review it here in a 1960 Mooney M20A on the ground, and in the air.