30-LED 42mm Cone End Festoon - Mini-Max (FS-42-30C)
THE WORLD'S BRIGHTEST 42MM CONE-END LED FESTOON
This cone-end LED Festoon replaces Perko 0070DP1CLR (Fig. 70), Forespar (WN-211), Hella, and other 42mm (1-5/8" or 1-11/16") through 44mm cone-end festoons in anchor lights, steaming lights and navigation lights.
This bulb will also fit NEWER Aqua Signal Series 25 lamps that were built after about August of 2010. If your Aqua Signal fixture is older than that, please choose our barrel-end (dimple) style. This cluster uses 30 high-output mini-SMD LEDs, giving it the brightest possible output in this form-factor.
How to choose output color: For clear lenses (Anchor Light, Stern Light, or Masthead Light) choose Cool White. For Bi-Color lenses choose Warm White. For fixtures with a single-color lens, choose Red for Red and Green for Green. These choices will give you the best output and color.
NOTICE: This bulb does not fit the two-bulb powerboat stalk-mounted fixtures from Perko (Series 1100 two-bulb fixtures) that use the Perko Fig. 71 bulb. See Perko 31mm bulbs if you have this fixture.
- Input Voltage: 10VDC - 30VDC Constant-Current
- Wattage: 3.2W
- Amperage: 270 mA
- Lumens: 175 CW, 160 WW
- Color Temp: 6500k CW, 3300k WW
- Beam Angle: 360°
- Dimensions: 42mm x 22mm
- Fitment: Fits 41mm (1-5/8") and 42mm (1-11/16") Cone-End Nav Lights .
Fits and is a great battery saver!
I purchased this to replace an identical bulb I bought three years ago. That bulb stopped working due to corrosion. I coated the new bulb with galvanic corrosion resistant grease (as much as appr) and sealed the light fixture better. Let’s see how the new bulb holds up.
The long term cure would be to design these bulbs with better components and insulation.
Our bulbs are electronic devices and we do have some that are fully waterproof. Unfortunately, due to their circuitry, most bulbs like this product rely on the waterproofing of the fixture for use in navigation lighting. Most housings are at least IP55, but the seal can be degraded over time, so we recommend checking the gaskets when retrofitting any exposed fixture.
After poor experiences with other LED bulbs, these have been a welcome addition to our boat!