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Old 01-01-2014, 01:06 PM   #61
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I have a Jayco TT with 2 920s in ea
Overhead fixture what will fit these
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Old 01-02-2014, 09:29 AM   #62
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I have a Jayco TT with 2 920s in ea
Overhead fixture what will fit these
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here you go Mike http://www.superbrightleds.com/cat/b...hite,137,4650:
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I just got some of those $1.49 led's from Amazon.. they are a little purple for my liking. So I am using them on my truck Lic plate lights and marker lights
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Old 01-14-2014, 08:49 AM   #64
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So what was the consensus here for LED's that best mimic the standard 921s? Reading this thread gets me confused ... ???
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Old 01-14-2014, 09:25 AM   #65
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So what was the consensus here for LED's that best mimic the standard 921s? Reading this thread gets me confused ... ???
I'm still testing bulbs. I've been through about 3 sets already. I finally found a pretty good replacement for my Halogens, but I'm about to try my 3rd set on the 921's. I just can't get the color right, and I really want to get as close to the incandescent as I can.

These http://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-Warm-Whit...item2a26c1b68c are my next attempt. I'm hoping the color temp will be right, and that they will be bright enough for the three sets I have in my main cabin area...

I have learned that the Kelvin rating is key. If it says "warm white" in the description, but the stats say anything over 3500K, it will be more blue than a standard bulb. And so far I haven't found anything between 3500K and 5000K.

We shall see... I have to wait a while, DW is getting really tired of finding lights in the mail box all the time.
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So what was the consensus here for LED's that best mimic the standard 921s? Reading this thread gets me confused ... ???
In my experience, the 48 SMD, warm white panels were the closest match to the stock 921s. I tried a few panelsand cobs with fewer SMDs but they weren't bright enough for task lights. I saved the 36SMD 'panels to use in the bunk and bed area so my DW doesn't blind me while trying to read at night.
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I'm still testing bulbs. I've been through about 3 sets already. I finally found a pretty good replacement for my Halogens, but I'm about to try my 3rd set on the 921's. I just can't get the color right, and I really want to get as close to the incandescent as I can.

These http://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-Warm-Whit...item2a26c1b68c are my next attempt. I'm hoping the color temp will be right, and that they will be bright enough for the three sets I have in my main cabin area...

I have learned that the Kelvin rating is key. If it says "warm white" in the description, but the stats say anything over 3500K, it will be more blue than a standard bulb. And so far I haven't found anything between 3500K and 5000K.

We shall see... I have to wait a while, DW is getting really tired of finding lights in the mail box all the time.
Looks like these, but these are cheaper. Unless I'm missing something? http://www.ebay.com/itm/200751678998...84.m1436.l2649
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Looks like these, but these are cheaper. Unless I'm missing something? http://www.ebay.com/itm/200751678998...84.m1436.l2649
That's pretty close except that board is 48-3528 SMD where the one I linked was 48-5050 SMD. The one I linked should be brighter which is what I'm looking for in this particular round. I'm looking to replace the bulbs in the three primary lights along my main cabin. These are next in line because they are the most frequently used when the trailer is not hooked to shore power, and these 6 bulbs produce the next highest heat load.

The ones that you linked may be better for other areas where I need a bit gentler light though, and that vendor may have some of the 5050s for cheaper. Thanks for the link!!
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I'm still testing bulbs. I've been through about 3 sets already. I finally found a pretty good replacement for my Halogens, but I'm about to try my 3rd set on the 921's. I just can't get the color right, and I really want to get as close to the incandescent as I can.

These http://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-Warm-Whit...item2a26c1b68c are my next attempt. I'm hoping the color temp will be right, and that they will be bright enough for the three sets I have in my main cabin area...

I have learned that the Kelvin rating is key. If it says "warm white" in the description, but the stats say anything over 3500K, it will be more blue than a standard bulb. And so far I haven't found anything between 3500K and 5000K.

We shall see... I have to wait a while, DW is getting really tired of finding lights in the mail box all the time.
Looks like your bulbs that you linked to are on 'sale' ... I have to wait a couple months as my X213 is on order - I don't even know how many bulbs I need !
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Looks like your bulbs that you linked to are on 'sale' ... I have to wait a couple months as my X213 is on order - I don't even know how many bulbs I need !
On sale or not, I still have to wait. You'll be surprised how many bulbs there are, I was. It seemed like just when I thought I was done counting, I would find or think of one or two more. There are lights EVERYWHERE in my trailer... Yet now that I'm typing this, I wonder how I think I don't have enough and want to install a few more?!
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