yes, it works. should work on any 6v light. I prefer the busch and mueller 6v lights used for dynamo lighting systems. they are very expensive but very reliable and quality beams. No promises on how much current is available from the controller though. also you'll need a splitter.
I mean really we should be discussing your spelling. Ok the next question then is which usb-c lights will work on 6v? I think most "wall warts" for cell phones etc. are 5v, or 20v for laptops typically. Some usb-c devices have a range of voltage they will accept. And... speculative deductive logic here... i think usb-c output of a laptop has a buck converter that talks to and converts to the device that is charging on it? Might come down to plug it in and see if it works / trial and error.