The instructions were not clear that the extra piece of hardware in the box is REQUIRED. I thought is was only required if you wanted dimming. Without the extra hardware in line, I burned out the LED by hooking up straight to the 12v battery. It's a current limiting device.
The light wont even move in the socket more than 1/8. I sent it back. Would not recommend.
After messing around with this project for 8 hours to install 4 lights, finally figured out they were defective and would not work. The inline current limiter was also a hassle and directions for it poorly written.
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No, these are not FAA Approved.
You can use either P/N#'s 11-06674 or 11-10783.
No, this LED light does not have FAA Approval or TSO authorization.
Approx 0.03 lbs