|LEDs:||(13) 2835 emitters|
|Input Voltage:||10 - 30VDC (Integrated Constant Current IC)|
|Amperage:||0.16A at 12VDC|
|Color Temperature:||2,900°K (Warm White), 6,000°K (Cool White), Red, Green|
|Base Type:||BA15S (1141 / 1156) or BA15D (1142)|
|Dimensions:||ø19mm (dia.) x 34.5mm (H)|
|Dimmable:||Yes - with PWM Dimmer|
This bulb replaces small single-contact (BA15s) or double-contact (BA15d) bayonet base bulb with a 68, 304, 89 or 90 designation. These bulbs are sometimes called PL68,GE89, GE90, GE2641, GE 2641L, 1028 or Hella 5008 bulbs.
Its compact size and high-output micro LEDs give it plenty of light to make it a direct replacement for the GE89 or GE90 bulb used in 12V or 24VDC 360° applications. Also works great for the small Perko style courtesy footlights.
This bulb replaces the GE89 and GE90 bulbs used in many small anchor lights including the Attwood 1nm and Perko 2nm type. This bulb replaces Attwood 9232 bulbs in the Attwood 66318, 66319, 66320, 66314, 6356D, 66382, 6375, 6358 and 6357 Series fixtures. It also fits the Perko Fig. 0337-11 bulb (Perko 0337011DP).
The double-contact (BA15d) type is a direct fit in Perko Series 0120, 0170, 1301, 0337, 0362, 0371, 0455, 0466, 1134, 1137, 1209, 1311, 1330, 1400, and 1401.
For navigation lights, use cool white for clear lenses such as all-around anchor lights, warm white for bi-color fixtures, or red / green for port / starboard respectively.
NOTE: Please check your base to confirm single or double contact before ordering. IMPORTANT:
If you are trying to fit an "eyeball" or "vent-shaped" swivel fixture (with a single-contact bayonet bulb), like the types shown at right, then DO NOT CHOOSE THIS BULB. Instead choose the appropriate bulb by following, this link to find the correct products.
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As usual I received great advice before purchasing this bulb. It is very bright and draws very low amps.
Very bright in all directions
great service, highly recommend
Works well. So far so good as LED replacements to incandescent nav lights on boat. Ordered red and green.