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Old 04-15-2014, 02:30 PM   #21
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This may be a silly question, but are there LED replacement panels available that work on both shore and battery power? I have seen posts that infer the LEDs only work on DC power unless you physically switch the wires before plugging in to shore power(??) thanks for helping with my education!
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Old 04-15-2014, 03:09 PM   #22
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I replaced my 921 bulbs with these. I think they are a little (very little) brighter and a little less "yellow".
http://www.ebay.com/itm/230857663122...84.m1497.l2649

Lavaca, not a silly question at all. Yes, the LED panels are 12V only but you don't have to worry about shore/battery power. The TT converter outputs either battery power or 110V-60Hz converted to 12V DC so your 921 bulbs are always on 12V DC. (Fire n Forget)
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Old 04-15-2014, 07:56 PM   #23
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Thanks so much, for the reply and the link. And cheers to you T!
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Old 07-04-2014, 08:48 AM   #24
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Well I am out 100 bucks so far. I just put the leds in the most used lights. I haven't used the trailer camping with them yet but being I like them so much and never being able to get an electric camp site I gonna do the rest of them. So yep another 100 or so. Just think you can ran 11.5 qty leds is the same power consumption as 1qty 921 incandescent. So if you donít have a gen. Or electric site and stuck inside all day when it raining you won't be in the dark.
well i spent another 75 bucks. Now every light is done except for the refer.
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I've replaced my most of my interior and exterior bulbs with LED's from M4 Products. These bulbs may cost more than the cheap Chinese junk you can buy out there but they are awesome. We've noticed the fixtures are really hot with incandescent bulbs, became concerned about the real possibility of a fire. There is such a big difference in the interior temperature as well. My 334RBTS just has one A/C unit but replacing the bulbs with the LED's, the A/C isnt working as hard and is much more comfortable. We went with the natural white LED's, the cool white is too bright. I've noticed the bugs are not as attracted to these LED's either.

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The m4 products may be awesome, but they are an import also.
So far I would claim that my "cheap Chinese junk" is awesome too.
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The m4 products may be awesome, but they are an import also.
So far I would claim that my "cheap Chinese junk" is awesome too.
I have the m4 product. haven't seen a cheap comparable model yet. Do you have a spec sheet or a link. Would like to check them out. From what I found so far the m4 are the best for lumen rating and power consumption ratings also a good voltage operating range 10 to 30vdc..
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I just switched all my incandescent bulbs on our 23B with M4 Elite series with Samsung 5630's. I got a mix of natural white and a few cool whites for bathroom and over sink, etc. New this season, I am very pleased with them. They are not cheap, and there are certainly less expensive out there. I have nothing to compare to. But I figure, you get what you pay for. Is it worth it? Who knows, I'm happy.
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