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12-LED Bayonet Reader Bulb Replacement (BA-15-12X)

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LEDs: (12) 2835 High-Output SMD Emitters
Input Voltage: 10-30VDC (Integrated Constant-Current IC)
Power: 1.8W
Amperage: 0.15A at 12VDC
Beam Angle: 120°
Color Temperature: 2,900°K (Warm White)
Output: 150 Lumens
Base Type: 15mm Bayonet
Dimensions: 36mm (1-11/16") x ø32mm
Dimmable: Via PWM Dimmer
Lifespan 30,000 hours
Warranty:  2 Years

Great for reading or lighting up a cabin - this 150 lumen bayonet Reader bulb is designed to be a perfect high-output LED replacement for single and double-contact bayonet bulbs used in the popular bell-shaped or other bulkhead mounted reading lamps on board your boat or RV.

Its 12 surface mount 2835 LEDs put out a wide 120° beam angle, and match up in color temperature and output to a 20W incandescent bulb. As always, this bulb features Marinebeam's constant-current circuitry, for super output and long-life in your boat's variable voltage environment.

Excellent Replacement for: 1004, 1156, 1139, 1141, 1142, reading lamps, and projected lighting applications .

IMPORTANT: If you are trying to fit an "eyeball" or "vent-shaped" swivel fixture (with a single-contact bayonet bulb), like the fixtures shown in the pictures to the right, then select the appropriate bulb by following this link to find the correct products. 

NOTE: Please check your base to confirm single or double contact before ordering.

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    12 LED Bayonet reader bulb

    Posted by Alan B on 9th Nov 2018

    Love this bulb! Super bright!!

  • 5
    The best improvement in lighting on my boat imaginable

    Posted by guayacan on 30th Jul 2017

    I was looking for a better reading light over my bunk; this lights the whole compartment.

  • 5
    excellent for our Island Packet cabin

    Posted by Drew on 10th Apr 2016

    We used these to replace previous square format LED "bulbs" in cabin fixtures. Same or more light, with smaller, more recessed format, so less glare. Light was almost as bright as 4W versions, so more efficient for us. Also less RFI than previous "bulbs" so better over the air TV reception with simple antenna.

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