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WHELEN LED POST LIGHT 28V WHITE SHORT BLACK

$79.95/Each
Part# 11-13612
MFR Model# 01-0771434B23
DescriptionPart Number
White Short Black 28V11-13612

Overview

Product (Aviation) - The 71434 Series LED (Light Emitting Diode) instrument post light assemblies are designed to illuminate the instrument panel and function as instrument mounting bolts. They are a high quality, long lasting modern alternatives to standard incandescent post lights.

Benefits of upgrading to LED technology include: Long Life (approx. 20,000 hours); Reduced Power Consumption (compared to conventional light sources); Shock & Vibration Resistance (no fragile filament to burn out); Light Color & Temperature (produces bright, crisp light); and No EMI or RFI Interference.

Model 71434 is identical to the 71450 without the connector nut. Both are available in Black and Grey. 14V version available with White LED, 28V version with White or Red. Made to replace existing A350 and A350CN assemblies.

Specifications

  • Exposed Height: 0.95 (24mm) with spacer, 0.875 (22mm) without spacer
  • Current Draw: .10 mA @14 VDC & 28 VDC
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Q: Are these Whelen LED post lights 71434 series dimmable?

Yes, these post lights are dimmable.

Q: Is an LED dimmer required for these posts?

Yes the LED post lights would need to have a pulse width modulated dimmer switch to operate as LEDs do not dim in a linear fashion like the incandescent assemblies.

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