|Number of LEDs:||9|
|Input Voltage:||10 - 30VDC (Integrated Constant-Current IC)|
|Wattage:||2 Watts (High), 1.3 Watts (Med.), 0.7 Watts (Low)|
|Amperage:||0.167A at 12VDC|
|Color Temperature:||~2,900°K (Warm White)|
|LED Package Type:||2835 Type SMD|
|Lumen Output:||180/120/60 (High/Medium/Low)|
|Base Type:||G4 Bi-Pin|
|Dimensions:||ø30mm x 5mm (+pins)|
|Dimmable:||Integrated dimming (High/Medium/Low)|
A BACK PIN MOUNT G4 LED BULB WITH INTEGRATED DIMMING! 3-LEVELS OF BRIGHTNESS USING YOUR EXISTING SWITCH
This G4 LED bulb features a built-in step-function dimmer that allows you to dim the bulb in stages --without an external dimmer. That's right, this smart G4 LED bulb has on-board electronics that uses your existing On/Off switch to step through the 3 levels of brightness: High (180 Lumens); Medium (120 Lumens); and Low (60 Lumens). Just flick the switch Off, then back On to step to the next dimming level. It will always default back to full brightness if the lights have been off for more than about 5 seconds.
You can change out all the bulbs on a switched-circuit, or just a few, and still maintain the dimming function where you need it.
Great for changing the mood on-board. You'll always have bright lights when you need them, but you can also dim the lights down when the mood or the occasion suits you. This function is also great on offshore passages, allowing you to dim down the cabin lights to save power and night-vision, but be able to navigate down below.
As always, these LED bulbs feature Marinebeam's constant-current electronics, so are suitable for 12V or 24V systems. You can change out all the bulbs on a switched-circuit, or just a few, and still maintain the dimming function where you need it.
These bulbs are for back-pin type fixtures, and have extra long pins to allow fitment in virtually any back mount fixture, including Cantalup downlights, and bell-shaped reading lights. We also carry a side-pin version of this same bulb for fixtures which use a side mounted G4 bulb.
You won't be disappointed by this bulb's warm white output. It draws only 2W on High, 1.3W on Medium, and 0.7W on Low. That's less than 0.17A at 12V, even on its highest setting.