|A625 series has many different applications. It can be used for aircraft with tip-tanks with enclosed position lights (under a fairing), or as an add-on strobe on the wing or the tail. Available in a radio-shielded version.|
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Per the manufacturer, the voltage on this item depends on the power supply. If the power supply is 14 volts, then this light will produce 14 volts.
Yes, the A625 series does require a seperate power supply. Please see the Drawing and Additional Details sheet in the "Documents" tab of this web page for dimensional info as well as the replaceable flash tube assembly.
The A625 would require a power supply. Please review the Whelen power supplies available to find the best one for your application.
Whelen recommended our part number 11-02666.
The flashtube assembly which would be the bulb for the A625 is our P/N# 11-03263.