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Korry 458 Sealed Round Indicator (ABS1436)

Korry 458 / ABS1436 sealed LED indicators improve and replace original Airbus incandescent indicators comprising ASNE0424 light heads and ASNE0423 and ASNE0457 light bodies. Featuring maintenance-free operation with surface-mounted LEDs, they are used in exterior service panels on Airbus A318, A319, A320, and A321 aircraft.

Korry 458 indicator

For more information or sales assistance, please email korry.sales@esterline.com.

Summary of Korry 458 Features

  • Plug-and-play retrofit of incandescent legacy units
  • Life-of-the-aircraft LED lighting
  • Environmental compliance with Airbus Standard ABS1436
  • Press-to-test and indicator-only versions available

Selected Specifications

Mechanical
All dimensions in inches (mm)

Korry 458 mechanical drawing
 

 
Recommended cutout

Korry 458 cutout

Panel thickness range: 0.065 - 0.118 inch (1.65 -3.0 mm) 

 

Operating Characteristics
(Press-to-test version only)

Actuation force: 2.25 - 4.0 pounds (10 - 18 N)

Lens travel:
      Full travel: 0.118 ± 0.020 inch (3.0 ± 0.5 mm)
      Travel to electrical switch transfer: 70 ± 15 percent of full travel

Electrical

Lamp circuit options

Korry 458 lamp circuit diagrams
 Type 1: press-to-test        Type 2: indicator only

Press-to-test switch action: Electrical switch transfer is accomplished by depressing lens and remains in that state until lens is released.

Indicator only: No press-to-test electrical switch. Lens does not move.

Operating voltage: 28 VDC

Display current: 30 mA maximum at 28 VDC

Terminals accept contact P/N EN3155-016M2018.

For more information, please email us at korry.sales@esterline.com.

Disclaimer

  • This summary only contains basic marketing information on function or purpose. It does not contain technical data as defined in 15 CFR 772 or 22 CFR 120.10. This information is not subject to US export controls under the EAR or the ITAR.

 

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