12” or 18" LED Strip Light with Touch On/Off and Dimming
This super-bright and attractive 12V 3W / 4.5W LED strip light has a built-in 3-step touch dimming system which makes dimming simple. Just a touch of the switch turns the lamp on, and then successive touches progressively brighten the light
The 12” LED strip is attractive enough to mount on the headliner, or anywhere on a boat or RV. Perfect for replacing old fluorescent fixtures, or for use under cabinets or overhangs.
Includes (2) quick-mounting clips, and 18” of wire for easy installation.
This strip light uses the latest and greatest 2835 LED technology to give the best efficacy and color rendering. The lamp pumps out 220 Lumens of warm white light in a wide 100 degree pattern.
The lamp draws less than 0.01A at its lowest setting and 0.22A at its brightest setting.
- Rigid splash-proof body
- Touch on/off with 3-step progressive tough dimming (Low, Medium, High)
- Pleasing and efficient Warm White LED light
- Clip-on mounting hardware
- 18" of wire lead
- Ready to install
- 12 Pieces 2835 type Warm White LEDs
- 3 / 4.5 Watt (at full brightness)
- Draws 0.01A, 0.10A, or 0.22A (Low, Med, High at 12VDC)
- 10-17VDC Input Voltage
- 3,000k Color Temperature (Warm White)
- Dimensions: 12" or 18" x 15/16" x 5/16"
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I replaced the OEM lights in my Catalina 25. Installation was super easy. These lights were an easy low cost upgrade!
After a week I really like this light. I has three levels of brightness which is nice and the touch control feature seems to work quite well. My only criticism is that the holding clips are very difficult to remove once they are attached to the back of the light. In my case this wasn't a problem because I'm using Velcro strips for the mounting.
Love the slim design and ease of mounting. 3 levels of brightness make it very versatile
The color is good, brightness is excellent, install is easy. My one complaint? They are hard to turn on and adjust brightness. Perhaps I will discover the secret "tap" but so far, I've not a clue!