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9-LED Bayonet Reader - Red/White Switchable

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Description

LEDs: 3/6 - Red/Warm White - 5050 Trip-Emitter SMDs
Input Voltage: 10-30VDC (Integrated Constant-Current IC)
Wattage: 0.6W/1.6W - Red/Warm White
Amperage: 0.05/0.12A at 12VDC
Beam Angle: 120°
Color Temperature: 2,900°K (Warm White)
LED Package Type: 5050 LED, Surface Mount Device
Lumen Output: 100 Lumens (Warm White)
Base Type: BA15S/BA15D - 1156/1141/1142 - Single Contact/Double Contact
Dimensions: 32mm diameter x 36mm overall length
Dimmable: Yes - with PWM Dimmer
Lifetime 30,000 hours
Warranty: 2-Years

CREATE A DUAL-COLOR RED/WHITE LED FIXTURE SIMPLY BY REPLACING THE BULB! 

Our extremely popular red/white switchable LED bulb is now available in single-contact and double-contact Bayonet for reading lights.

This bulb contains both low-intensity Red LEDs (for maintaining night-vision), and super bright high-intensity Warm White LEDs for reading or for lighting the bunk or cabin.  A tiny micro-controller integrated within the bulb itself senses the timing of how you flip your existing switch, and automatically switches between Red and Warm White.  There is no separate wiring or 3-way switches needed.  Just drop in the bulb and you now have a dual color fixture!

Once the bulb is installed, the lamp will always come on first in the default Red mode (to preserve your night vision).  A quick toggle of the existing lamp or wall switch (off-on) switches the lamp to a high-output warm white mode (equivalent to a 17W incandescent or 10W halogen).

 

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1 Review

  • 5
    excellent for our Island Packet cabin

    Posted by Drew on 10th Apr 2016

    We upgraded from earlier LED based products to get smaller profile, as good or better light, and less glare. The 4 red/white are over nav table, galley, aft cabin, fwd cabin. Will be great for night passages, or just at anchor on IP-380

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