PWI has earned approval from the Agencia Federal de Aviación Civil (formerly DGAC) in Mexico for its LED cabin lighting for the Beechcraft King Air 300 and B300/350 models. These LED light kits previously earned STC, EASA and ANAC certifications.
PWI designed and manufactured King Air fluorescent cabin lighting supplied to the factory as an OEM vendor. Since then, PWI has developed LED cabin lighting that is a direct replacement for these original fluorescent lights. These rectangular headliner lights are a plug-and-play installation without soldering. The original wiring and cockpit dimming controls work with the new LEDs as well.
The King Air 300 series features a cabin aisle headliner with 36 rectangular lights (model 300) or 42 lights (model B300/350) and the option for 4100K Warm White or 5100K Cool White LEDs.
“PWI King Air LEDs continue to be a popular upgrade for King Air 300 series owner and operators. The low power draw and extremely long life, appeal to business flying as well as charter and special missions operations. Paring those LEDs with our PMA-approved LED Reading Lights creates an entirely refreshed cabin experience,” said Robi Lorik, PWI CEO and President.
PWI is the OEM for most King Air interior lighting, extending a decades long history of OEM lighting fluorescent lights for business jets.