To more accurately assist you, this site collects cookies that are not shared with any third parties.

15-LED 1383 and 1385 R12 Elevator Bulb 2W (BA-1383-15)

(3 reviews) Write a Review
Bulk Pricing:
Buy in bulk and save
On Sale
Now: $16.95
Was: $18.00


LEDs: (15) 2835 High-Output SMD Emitters
Input Voltage: 10-30VDC (Integrated Constant-Current IC)
Power: 2.1W
Amperage: 0.18A at 12VDC
Beam Angle: 120°
Color Temperature: 3,000°K (Warm White)
Output: 190 Lumens
Base Type: 15mm Single Contact Bayonet
Dimensions: 44mm (1-11/16") x ø19mm (3/4") neck
Dimmable: Via PWM Dimmer
Lifespan 30,000 hours
Warranty:  2 Years

Many boats use 1383 (12V) or 1385 (24V) R12 elevator bulbs for interior and exterior lighting applications.

Our 15-LED high-output 2W will replace up to 15W elevator type bulbs with better performance and less power consumption.  This product looks and fits like the original elevator bulb with a 15mm single-contact bayonet base. The soft, warm white light with excellent diffusion won't ruin the feel of your cabin while updating your boat. 

These are typically found in RVs and boats using single contact bayonet "eyeball" swivel-type bulbs.

Now available in an ultra-bright 4W LED version for those wanting more than 25W of equivalent light!

View AllClose

3 Reviews

  • 4
    just what i needed

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2018

    good replacement for incandescent - fits socket fine

  • 5
    Replacement Elevator Bulbs

    Posted by Bob Sardo on 15th May 2015

    I replaced the original incandecent bulbs in our 1982 Pearson 323 with these bulbs. They are great. Bright light with good distribution and they don't get hot. The amperage draw is very low. I believe that with all six on the the draw is lower than one of the original bulbs.

  • 5
    Great replacement bulb.

    Posted by Robert Sardo on 5th Apr 2015

    I just ordered 5 more of these bulbs to complete the LED changeover for all the original fixtures on my Perason 323. The light is much better than the original incandescent bulbs. I also like the large reduction in operating temperature. With the original bulbs you had to use care when you wanted to move the ball socket to re-aim the beam.

View AllClose