|The dimmer pot is designed to be used in conjunction with all UMA EL Lighting components. This Potentiometer enables easy adjustment of the brightness of light bezels and light strips.|
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This is a solid product that does exactly what it is supposed to. Its a bit pricey but quality isnt free.
UMA DIMMER POT 1K OHMS, 5W
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Knob was broken on the potentiometer
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Yes, part number 6002 (mfg. Pn: 1g01-1) does have an on-off switch.
Yes, this is designed to work with the FAA approved UMA lighting components.
Per the instructions manual this does not depend on aircraft voltage. The manufacturer has light inverters for each voltage. This switch is part of those kits.
Per UMA: the 6002 will work with the UMA ring lights. Depending on the voltage of the glareshield this may work. More information would be needed to answer for certain.