Home Aircraft Modifications LED Strobe Installs: Not Always a Drop-InAircraftModificationsSubscriber OnlyLED Strobe Installs: Not Always a Drop-InAnti-collision lighting has never been better, but get a firm quote for installation before committing and expect to replace at least some of the wiring.By Bob Reed - February 12, 2024PrintEmailFacebookTwitter That’s a fresh Whelen Orion LED strobe, inside the wingtip fairing of a Grumman Tiger. Technical considerations like internal or external mounting—and whether you need to add wiring and switches—greatly impact the labor costs. In our test bed Grumman, the Orion was a $3500 job. Anti-collision lighting has never been better, but get a firm quote for installation before committing and expect to replace at least some of the wiring. To continue reading this article or issue you must be a paid subscriber. Sign in SubscribeSubscribe to Aviation ConsumerStart a subscription to Aviation Safety for just $18. And access all of our online content - over 2,000 articles - free of charge.Subscribe today and save 48%. It's like getting 3 months FREE!Already Subscribed? Click Here to Sign In | Forgot your password? | Activate Web AccessRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AvionicsPanel Planner 101: Full-Time Data Rules MaintenanceAsk a Tech: Oil Temp, Mode C Issues EnginesDeltaHawk Update: Two New Jet-A Variants Featured Video VideoUnleaded Avgas Flyoff in a Beech Baron Larry Anglisano - February 20, 2024 Aviation Consumer magazine went to GAMI headquarters in Oklahoma and made multiple multi-hour flights in the 6-cylinder Continental IO-520-powered AOPA Beech Baron.