This bulb uses the latest Tesla Chip-On-Board LED emitter, which blasts out 190 real-world lumens in a tiny G4 format bulb. It is fully waterproof using a special thermal silicone with super-high refractivity. This allows for a nearly perfect distribution of light (see Candela plot pic).
The main advantage of COB technology is that it allows for a bright and large LED emitter surface area without external heatsinks, which gives a fantastic color and a much less dazzling look than traditional LEDs. Our frosted silicone molding not only protects the bulb, but it also diffuses the light for a much more pleasant output.
- 1.5 Watt (0.12A @ 12VDC)
- 10-30VDC voltage input range
- 190 Lumens
- Warm White Color, 2700K
- CRI >80
- Dimensions 36mm x 10mm
- Fits G4, , JC, GU4 and MR11 sockets
- Certifications: CE, EMC, RoHS, ErP
You will see in the video below that this bulb retains traditional styling in both output and appearance.
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Bulbs are bright and produce a nice color of light
I have tried several different brands and styles of G-4 base LED replacement bulbs and these are hands down the best designed and most effective bulbs I have seen. Before replacing the six 10W halogen puck light bulbs in the galley, I measured a combined 5.7 amp current draw. The current draw dropped to a mere .7 amps, an 88% power reduction, after installation of these micro bulbs.
Any concerns I had that the overall light output would be less than the halogen bulbs was put to rest as soon as the light switch was flipped. If anything, the illumination level has improved and is less harsh. An added bonus is the striking reduction in heat output. The light lens can be touched without burning your finger.
While a bit pricey, my eventual goal is to replace every overhead light on our boat with these bulbs.
I replaced 9 existing G4 bulbs in reading lights and dome lights. Easy install, great light without any heat whatso ever. Great product, great customer service and great quality.
This is the best G4 LED bulb I have seen. The video on the website comparing the bulb to a halogen does not exaggerate. My only wish is that there was a distributer for this bulb in Canada