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- Buy 4 or above and pay only $19.00 each
This is our new replacement LED tube for replacing your existing 9" (8.91") DC fluorescent tubes inside your boat's existing fixtures. This lamp outperforms the standard F6T5 6W tube and draws less than 0.27 Amps at 12VDC! Choose this bulb if you have an existing 12VDC or 24VDC fluorescent tube fixture which uses one or more 9" (22cm) fluorescent F6T5 tubes. These bulbs feature our Constant-Current chipset, so work on either 12VDC or 24VDC (10-30VDC range).
*For use in any 120/220V AC application, simply replace your ballast with one of our AC-DC LED Drivers.
The bulb features 48 SMD type 3528 format LEDs in an aluminum heat transfer tube, and are sealed with a clear polycarbonate lens. They are brighter than an 6W fluorescent, they last much longer, and don't attract insects like the UV-producing fluorescents do. Output Color: Warm White 3,000°k color temp - similar to a warm compact fluorescent color.
- Voltage: 10-30VDC
- Wattage: 4W
- Amperage (12V): 0.27 Amp
- Luminous Flux: 350 Lumens
- Beam Angle: 120°
- Dimensions: 22.5mm x 8.5mm
- Replaces: 9" F6T5 T5 fluorescent tubes (G5 base)
- Warranty: 2 years
See us convert your existing fixture in less than 5 minutes in the video below:
NOTE: These LED bulbs have our built-in constant-current driver already installed, but they do not require the high-voltage ballast that is in your current fluorescent fixture. While the bulbs drop right into your fixture, your existing fixture will require a slight modification, which involves bypassing the fixture's existing ballast. It is a simple modification requiring nothing more than a wire-cutter and some butt-connectors. Click HERE for instruction sheet. For a twin tube fixture, reference the video HERE. If you don't wish to modify your existing fixture, or if your existing fixture is old and crummy looking, we offer several styles of economical fixtures pre-configured for use with our tubes. See below.