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36-LED Micro 'Wonder Tower' Isotropic G4 Replacement

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G4 360° Tower LED Bulb - 36 high-output LEDs - Pleasing Warm White Color - 194 Lumens - 10-30VDC operation

While this is not the cheapest LED G4 bulb on the planet, it is tops when it comes to brightness and package size. We all know you get what you pay for, and this will give you the absolute best bang for your buck, and that is 100% guaranteed by Marinebeam, or your money-back.

This super high-output, and super-small LED bulb easily replaces a 10 to 20W halogen in most fixtures thanks to its 36 high-efficacy micro LEDs. This bulb uses the latest LED technology to create a drop-in replacement that won't let you down.  It has a beautiful warm white (2,900K) color with superb color rendering, giving wood interiors, food, and people a natural tone.

This bulbs has a 360° light output in a very small format, so it's great for places where there isn't much room, but where you want an omni-directional light, and don't want to sacrifice output or color.  You can see by the picture that this bulb isn't much bigger than the G4 halogen bulb that it replaces.


LEDs: (36) 3014 High-Output SMD
Input Voltage: 10 - 30VDC (Integrated Constant-Current IC)
Wattage: 1.9 Watts
Amperage: 0.16A at 12VDC
Beam Angle: 360° Isotropic
Color Temperature: 2,900°K (Warm White)
Lumen Output: 194 Lumens
Base Type: G4 Bi-Pin
Dimensions: 34mm (1.34") x ø14.5mm (0.57")
Polarity: No
Dimmable: Yes - with PWM Dimmer
Lifetime 30,000 hours
Warranty:  2 Years
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1 Review

  • 4
    Nice reto

    Posted by Joe Corrigan on 15th Jul 2016

    I have replaced all the lights in my CR 38 with LED's to include the reading lights. The fit just as advertised and are brighter than I expected. The one issue I have is they say they are dimmable with a PWM dimmer. I must not have a PWM dimmer cause they don't dim. I still would have gotten them but was dissapointed.

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