This is our low-profile economy fluorescent replacement fixture, which comes pre-fitted with our 66-LED bulb. It is brighter than a standard 8W fixture, and uses half the power. All at a price lower than most fluorescent fixtures.
This low-profile fixture is more economical, slightly more compact, and has a clearer diffuser cover panel than our high-line fluorescent fixture. Each light is constructed of heat-resistant, white ABS plastic. The translucent plastic lens snaps in and out for easy cleaning.
The Marinebeam F8T5 66-LED bulb (included) features our Constant-Current chipset, so works on either 12VDC or 24VDC (10-30VDC range). You won't believe how bright this fixture is. It is much brighter than fluorescents or other LED fixtures this size, and there is no ballast to blow, and will last a lifetime.
It has become one of our best sellers for use in campers, ambulances, mobile support vehicles, and dark corners on boats. See recent customer reviews here.
Available Output Colors:
- Natural Daylight White (Fluorescent White) 6150°K color temp.
- Bright White (Neutral White) 4000°K
- Warm White (Soft White) 2950°K color temp.
- Red (for maintaining night vision).
Choose Natural White using the drop-down box menu above for the brightest output, with the look of a daylight white fluorescent. If you want a warmer or softer white output, but with less luminous output, choose Warm White.
- Voltage: 10-30VDC
- ON/OFF rocker switch
- Translucent Plastic Lens
- Low Profile Design
- 500 Lumens NW; 300 Lumens WW
- Power: 4.5W
- Back Mount Wiring
- approx. 15-1/4" L x 2-1/2" W x 1-1/4" H
NOTE: This is not a standard fluorescent fixture and cannot use fluorescent bulbs. It comes pre-fitted with our LED Replacement 66-LED tube
2 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews
Pretty much straight forward replacement for existing lights of this style with the older bulbs. The LED puts out lots of light and hopefully the LED bulb lasts a long time. Should certainly draw a heck of a lot less amps!
My only complaint which is not really a complaint is that I had to add 2 more screws in the outer edges to get the light to lay flat. Slight modification to the design only.
While the light is inexpensive it does exactly what I wanted. The area of the galley sink was very dark and this lights it up quite nicely. It was ever so slightly more difficult to install simply because one needs to drill mounting holes in the base of the light in order to mount it. So messing about with measure and drilling added a few minutes to installation which was otherwise straightforward.
I can actually think of a couple other places I might want to put one of these.
I am pleased and would recommend.