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Old 10-07-2021, 11:28 AM
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The Aeroled Pulsar NSP tip position/strobes should have a solid white light facing aft. What tip lights do you have?
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Turn on nav. lights only (no strobes), at night and stand behind the airplane. You should see a white light on the back of each wing tip. The regulation doesn't require it to be a single while light source at the rear of the airplane. Only that the white light be visible on a 140 degree arc around the back of the airplane. This can be met by placing one on each wing tip.
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