LED Aircraft Lighting technology offers many advantages over conventional Halogen and Xenon bulb-based aircraft lighting technologies. LEDs directly convert power into light, are 10x more efficient than incandescent, draw far less current than conventional lighting and require no external hi-voltage power supply.

  • AeroLEDs provide light even at low engine RPM, which is critical for landing configuration.
  • Our LED based solution is a form fit replacement, requires no aircraft modification, and delivers the full optical power and beam pattern of the unit it replaces.
  • Proper electrical design allows AeroLEDs lighting products to easily last over 30,000 hours in continuous operation, eliminating the cost of frequent light replacements.
  • Our LED lights offer a substantial increase in operational lifetime and improved dispatch rates (100-fold increase in operational life) 
  • Significantly reduced operating costs for commercial aircraft operators who use halogen based sealed beam Landing & Taxi lights. Our PMA approved PAR 36, PAR 46 & PAR 64 LED replacement Landing & Taxi light offer a significant saving of up to a $1,000.00 per aircraft, per annum over sealed beam halogen units through reduced power consumption and reduced maintenance cycles.
  • LEDs are solid-state and are vibration and shock resistant.
  • AeroLEDs represents Quality, Reliability & Efficiency


When integrated into a well-designed lighting system with adequate heat sinking and solid-state mounting, LED based lighting products will easily last over 30,000 hours of continuous operation. Unlike most other light sources, LEDs do not have their lifespan reduced by on/off cycles. AeroLEDs products are designed to keep the LED junction temperatures well below their maximum rated values to ensure that the manufacturer’s rated life projections are achieved, and all the LEDs are hard mounted to avoid stress failures. Halogen bulb landing lights typically only last 100 hours, and Xenon strobe tubes typically only last 2000 hours in the aircraft environment.


The LEDs used in AeroLEDs products have high lumen efficacy ratings, and as a result our products typically use less than 1/3 the power of halogen bulbs. This significantly reduces the electrical load on the airplane’s battery and alternator system. On final approach, low engine RPMs result in a reduced output from the alternator, so halogen bulbs typically brown-out the electrical system and produce less than their rated light output at full voltage. AeroLEDs LED lights maintain their full light output even at lower battery voltages


The LEDs in our product are solid-state mounted devices that can tolerate high levels of shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures (-55 deg C to +70 deg C) without failing. The primary driver of Halogen bulb filament failures and Xenon tube lead failures is airframe vibration. Our LED lights are designed to tolerate this high vibration environment indefinitely.


Our L.E.D strobes products utilize a built-in power supply and are very lightweight. They are designed to run directly on 14VDC or 28VDC aircraft power. The old Xenon strobe power supply / boxes are not required. Converting to AeroLEDs wingtip strobes or Anti-Collision beacon can remove up to 3.5Kg (7Lbs) of weight from the aircraft. 


Our LED strobe products are streamlined designs that take advantage of the small size of LED light sources to create an aerodynamic profile that produces less drag than traditional Xenon strobe housings.


Most of our Landing & Taxi light products have a built-in pulse mode that flashes the light on and off at a 1Hz rate when power is applied to the pulse mode power wire. All our landing light products can be synchronized with each other regardless of model to create a Wig-Wag alternating flashing pattern for enhanced in flight visibility for air to air and air to ground collision avoidance and recognition. All our strobes have a synchronization signal that can allow them to flash in unison when connected together.


Our lights use 6500K (sunlight equivalent) colour temperature LEDs for superior visibility as compared to yellower halogen sources. The higher colour temperature light stimulates all the cones in the fovea of the human eye, which is the area of the eye that provides the highest resolution vision. 6500K is also superior for air-to-air recognition since it looks like sunlight reflecting off a mirror, where yellower light sources are not as attention getting.