Compact Dual-Color 12VDC Surface-Mount LED Dome Light with Switch - at a great price. Changes color from blue to warm white with a flick of the three-way (SPDT) switch.
For those wanting a 12V dual-color surface-mount fixture to mount under their T-Top, overhead console, or on their ceiling down-below, this is a great solution.
The internal LED lamp module and electronics are 100% sealed and weatherproof, and covered with a plastic external trim bezel with a stainless-steel three-way switch. Mounts with two (2) included screws using included stand-off spacers. The stand-off spacers provide the perfect offset to allow for a snap-on outer trim piece, leaving a clean and sleek bezel without any exposed screws or mounting holes. The 3-way switch mounted on the bezel is pre-wired, so there is just a simple 2-wire hook-up for the installer.
It also features a special pearlescent diffusing lens, which eliminates the pinpoints of LED light common to many fixtures, providing a glare-free light output that is easy on the eyes. You'll find it much less harsh, and without the shadows and dark spots that are typical with LED lamps that are mounted at eye level. Its 2.2W of warm-white, and 0.2W of blue light are the prefect combination for lighting the cabin/cockpit, or just setting the mood. The white output is 110 Lumens and equivalent to a 15W incandescent, but uses 80% less energy
The lamp is very compact compared to some dome lights, measuring only 90mm (3.5") in outside diameter and only 25.7mm (1") thick.
- Surface Mount
- Polycarbonate Shell
- 12 LEDs (6 Warm White/6 Blue)
- Glare-free lens
- 120° Beam Angle:
- Voltage: 12 VDC
- Warm White Color Temperature: 2900-3200K
- 110 Lumens
- 2.2 Watts
- EMI free and certified to CE EMC and EN60945
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Stay away from this item. I gave it two stars because I do like the simple functionality of white/blue with a simple toggle switch, but installation on this was horrible because of incredibly poor design. Light mounts with screws (very cheap quality screws) through spacer bushings to get the space needed for the internal wiring. Problem is the bushings are just slightly too long which results in a gap between the bezel and the mounting surface, so you get a ring of light coming out around the edges, which since my mounting location was on the underneath of my electronics box, meaning right at eye level two feet in front of you. Also, since the spacers are too long, then the light doesn't pull up even and snug and so really hard to get it straight too. Finally got it mounted using my own design with my own screws and spacers, and then some caulk around the bezel to block the light escaping there. Not worth the trouble!!! Marinebeam Edit: Kevin - We are sorry that your installation was troublesome. We are looking into the mounting brackets for this fixture and updating it for easier installation as necessary.