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Per the manufacturer, this LED light is white in color. 5500 K temp. Low power, covers approximately 1 ft = 12" wide area.
We asked the manufacturer on this one. They did not have an exact definitive answer. Here was their reply:
"They're made to work on 12 to 14.8 Volts DC. That's the normal range of voltage found on most "12 Volt" systems - like cars, trucks, aircraft, etc...If the customer has a 16VDC power source, it will work but may shorten the life of the LEDs. It's hard to say by how much - it depends on the particular system."
No, these lights are not FAA Approved and are intended for use in experimental aircraft only.