Aviation Lighting

LED Replacement Reading Lights

LED Replacement Reading Lights


PWI LED replacement reading lights bring ingenuity to the table with our direct drop-in replacements designed to fit directly into the existing light fixtures. The LED bulbs fit right in where the incandescent bulb used to go without any changes needing to be made to the lighting fixture. Each of our reading lights feature LEDs that give you up to 100K hours of life, are cool to the touch when operating, provide better directional lighting, and deliver a more aesthetically pleasing light compared to incandescent bulbs.

PWI is the OEM for Textron King Air fluorescent and LED cabin lights.

LED King Air Upgrades


PWI LED King Air upgrades provide durability, unlike traditional fluorescent lights used in aircraft. Our LED upgrades are less likely to break because they are solid-state lights. The design of our LED lights allows them to endure aircraft vibrations and shock environments, while fluorescent lights run the risk of breaking the filament inside or having the glass broken. Additionally, our LED products are more efficient due to their reduced power consumption. This allows our LEDs to run at cooler temperatures reducing excess heat.


Fluorescent Lighting


PWI has been manufacturing sturdy, reliable fluorescent lighting for over 45 years. PWI is capable of producing more than 1800 different, yet distinctive fluorescent lighting options. Each light is made to precisely fit every part of an aircraft cabin’s interior, from lavatory lights to galley lights. PWI fluorescent lights are hand crafted as soon as an order is received and shipped to arrive intact and ready to install.


PWI pioneered aviation interior lighting in 1972 with custom-made fluorescent lights and has since added fluorescent lights to its product lines. PWI has also become the resident expert in LED lighting, obtaining STCs for its LED King Air upgrades to replace existing HCFL and CCFL light systems. They have also since created a line of LED replacement reading lights, with PMA approval already on some and pending on most of the rest.