An amber light will come on at the moment of low voltage condition which will inform the pilot of attention needed to the alternator, generator, or voltage regulator. Any of these conditions allowed to continue will result in a weak or completely discharged battery condition and loss of radio and electrical equipment. Indicator light features a built in dimmer and press to test with amber lens. Lights will trigger at 13 volts for 14V systems and 25 volts for 28V system. Accuracy, plus or minus 0.2 volts. Size: 1/2" Dia. 3" Depth required behind panel. Weight: .2 lbs., Power: less than 1/10 amp. Fuse supplied with kit.
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No, these are designed for use in experimental aircraft. Not FAA Approved.
Part number 10-02572 is the correct for a non-dimmable warning light.
No, it does not flash, it is a solid light.