The A350CN series instrument post light assembly is designed to illuminate the instrument panel and function as instrument mounting bolts. Identical to the A350 Series but with the connector nut.
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These would be too expensive at half the price! BUT, when compared to crashing because you cant see a key instrument in the dark, I suppose the cost isnt so bad. What can you do, its aviation!
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We have added the replacement parts as "Accessories" on this web page. 11-03214 is 14V so the replacement bulb would be 11-04016. This bulb itself is clear. The replacement head assemblies are also listed. They come in red, instrument white, and clear. Note: the clear has a blue-ish tint.
The wire length is 35.5".
Yes, this light can be dimmed.
It is designed to replace one of the mounting screws on an instrument so you wouldn't need to drill a hole into the panel. If they wanted to mount it to the panel directly its the diameter of a 6-32 screw(.138".)
As these are accessory lights, there is no specific (regulatory or otherwise) mounting restrictions.
It would be the length of the threaded section.
These lights have a PMA for Mooney aircraft only.