|LED Q4509(Non-Polarity Applicable from 9V-36V), approximately 15,000 lab life hours, specialized structure for heat emission.|
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these bulbs have failed in less than a year in service. I claimed warranty on the first 2 and now 6 more have failed. There is also an issue with too much air flowing through the bulb outer ring for my use. you get what you pay for
I had purchased two of these low priced units, and with the slightest jar or impact to them... They fell apart internally, the lense cover dropped off, with no means of getting to the problem. As others have stated, you get what you pay for, better off with a higher quality product.
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Yes, it just needs to be wired into the existing power supply.
This is a PAR36 lamp, which is 4.25" in diameter.
Per the manufacturer: No, the AML Q4509 light, part number 11-11513, is not approved for certified aircraft.
Flood 60 degree, Trapezoidal 30 degree, Spot 18 degree.
It is 13v, 100w, and pulls about 7.69 amps.