The AL-1 makes an excellent indicator light for displaying boost pump on, gear status, power on, flags, etc. Also, it can be used as a remote warning light for any E.I. instrument featuring an external warning line. The AL-1 is more attractive, operates on less power and is smaller than the old fashioned indicator lights.
The AL-1 has a service life of over 1000 times that of incandescent bulbs. Mounts in a 5/16" hole. Size: .4" diameter x 1" depth. Operates on a 12 or 24-volt system. Comes with 32" leads.
Great little light to hook to my UBG-16 to alert to a warning
EI AL-1 RED ANNUNCIATOR LIGHT 12V OR 24V PMA
Bought three and hooked them up. Worked on the ground, then stayed on without a warning in flight
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Per the manufacturer: Less than 10 milliamps.
Yes, a resistor is built in.
We do not recommend installing this light on a dimmer.
No, the AL-1 can only be tested when connected to an Electronics International gauge.
No, this light is designed to be used as an low amp light for an E.I. unit.
MGL units do not have a warning light option for their configuration.
Yes, these are FAA PMA approved.
Yes, this light is functional in 12v-14v or 24v-28v systems.
The manufacturer does not recommend disassembling the light as it will void the warranty.