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Old 02-17-2014, 01:46 PM   #1
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Interior LED lights for 2013 X23B Hybrid

I would like to switch out all interior light bulbs to a LED bulbs. Can anyone give me a recommendation as to what brand and part numbers are best suited. I am also wanting to purchase a backup battery, any thoughts there would be appreciated also. Thanks,
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Old 02-17-2014, 01:53 PM   #2
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I just installed the bulbs listed below in my X17Z. The 10 pack was $14.99. The light color is whiter than the standard wedge bulb but they seem adequate. Bought them on Amazon.

Pack of 10 x LED 1W 12V White Omni Wedge Bulb T10 194 168 2825
•Pack OF TEN (10)
•Neutral white, High intensity 12V, 1W, 60-80LM, Omni, 180 degree illumination
•Landscape, Park Light, Number / License Plate Light, Trunk Light, Instrument / Gauge Light, Side Light
•35 x Longer life time compared with traditional Incandescent bulbs, plus less heat output and extremely low power consumption
•Direct replacement for all Wedge Type 194 (Cross Reference: T10, W5W, 158, 168, 147 152 158 159 161 168 184 192 193 501 901 904 912 916 917 918 920 921 922 923 926 927)

Neutral white, High intensity 12V, 1W, 60-80LM, Omni, 180 degree illumination, Landscape, Park Light, Number / License Plate Light, Trunk Light, Instrument / Gauge Light, Side Light, 35 x Longer life time compared with traditional Incandescent bulbs, plus less heat output and extremely low power consumption, Direct replacement for all Wedge Type 194 (Cross Reference: T10, W5W, 158, 168, 147 152 158 159 161 168 184 192 193 501 901 904 912 916 917 918 920 921 922 923 926 927), No UV or IR radiation, low heat, Base: Wedge, 0.36” wide, 0.13” thick, 0.26” height base, Input: 12V, Power: 1W, Non-dimmable, Size: 1.12” total length, 0.45” Diameter, Light source: 5 x 5050 SMD Neutral-White LED, Life: 50,000 hours, 1 year warranty, Sold as a Single Bulb Lamp .
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Old 02-17-2014, 02:08 PM   #3
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Here is the link from Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Pack-White-Omn...Wedge+Bulb+T10
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I just bought some for my x23b. I haven't received them yet so I really can't say if they are worth while yet but the specs are really good. Ck them out for yourself. I went with warm white to get a closer color rendering to an incandescent. Also the lumen rating are pretty good 350 lumens for the 921 10 and 640 for the 921 17. They are not cheap though. Oh I also did by the cheap ones they do have for the lights in the fans being those are more used for night lights.
http://www.m4products.com/wedge-based-led-lights/
Hopefully the above link works. I am new to this forum and I am using a smart phone sorry for spelling errors too.
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I just bought some for my x23b. I haven't received them yet so I really can't say if they are worth while yet but the specs are really good. Ck them out for yourself. I went with warm white to get a closer color rendering to an incandescent. Also the lumen rating are pretty good 350 lumens for the 921 10 and 640 for the 921 17. They are not cheap though. Oh I also did by the cheap ones they do have for the lights in the fans being those are more used for night lights.
http://www.m4products.com/wedge-based-led-lights/
Hopefully the above link works. I am new to this forum and I am using a smart phone sorry for spelling errors too.
Wow the above lights work great. The 921-10 are just as bright and the 921-17 are brighter than the original incandescent. Not cheap but thats to be expected to have the same brightness.
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Old 02-20-2014, 10:59 AM   #6
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Wow the above lights work great. The 921-10 are just as bright and the 921-17 are brighter than the original incandescent. Not cheap but thats to be expected to have the same brightness.
From the pics on the site, it certainly looks like these would mimic the stock 921s. The price is rich though; I bet I'd be out 200 bucks just in light bulbs in the camper.
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From the pics on the site, it certainly looks like these would mimic the stock 921s. The price is rich though; I bet I'd be out 200 bucks just in light bulbs in the camper.
As you've probably found out by now....... This isn't a "cheap" hobby!

I know I sure have!!
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From the pics on the site, it certainly looks like these would mimic the stock 921s. The price is rich though; I bet I'd be out 200 bucks just in light bulbs in the camper.
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 8.8qty 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.
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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 8.8qty leds is the same power consumption as 1qty 921 incandescent. So if you don’t have a gen. Or electric site and stuck inside all day when it raining you won't be in the dark.
Oh, trust me I know this isn't cheap. We went from a 1207 popup, to a X17z, to a X213 all in a year. Oh and upgraded the TV so we could get rid of the X17z for the X213. I know all about the costs.

I always dry camp w/ a Honda EU3000is, however just knowing I'm not sucking down the battery with the lights on is enough of a reason to upgrade the lights. I'll be dropping minimum 2 bills on these lights as soon as my X213 is in the driveway so I can count how many I need.
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Correction it 11.5 led bulb s per 1 921 incandescent.
Sorry for the error. 1.5amps incandescent divde .13 amps led. 1.5/.13=11.5 .13 is for the 921-10 style led
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