|This LED based unit is self-contained and requires no external power supply for installation. It is made of a high impact, clear, polycarbonate fluted lens that is UV protected and shatter resistant for durability. It is lighter, brighter, cooler, longer life and draws less than 1 amp (.2 amps).|
works great...easy to mount
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Per the manufacturer, the beacon is not PMA'd. I think you are okay based on the fact that your Pacer is antique and you can make modifications as called out in part 21-303, owner modifications, etc. Give it a quick read and see what you think, may require a logbook entry only but it's your call. We cannot say for sure as it is not PMA'd. It does not include a mounting plate.
The PSA 8000 beacon has mounting studs extending from the base of the unit. You will need to drill appropriately spaced holes in order to securely mount.
Yes, flashes at 50-60 times per minute.
It runs on a 12V power source, no separate power supply is required. It has short lead wires to connect to your power source wiring.
Part # 11-07246 is rated at 100 effective candle power.