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G4 Blue LED Bulb

G4 Blue LED Bulb

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Part Number:TL30612H-BL
Manufacturer: TritonLED

BLUE LED G4 Replacement Bulb
Socket Type
G4 Bi-Pin Side
Dimension 0.95" Diameter 
Input Voltage 12VDC
Power (Watts) 1.5W
Current Draw 0.12 amps @12V
Light Color Blue
LED Quantity
1 x SMD LEDs
Beam Angle 120 Degrees
Lumens Output 80 Lumens


Rating Sales
Just put 5 of these in the aft cockpit on my 368Meridian; wife and I LOVE the look! Very bright, just replace the halogen; nothing more. Also added 9 of the Andros courtesy light in blue; awesome look.
  Reviewed by:   from Peoria, IL. on 8/9/2012
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I installed these lamps on my Carver. They lit up the aft deck nicely. Brighter than I thought they'd be! I would recommend to anyone who is looking for LED replacement bulbs.
  Reviewed by:   from Knoxville, TN. on 5/23/2012

Questions and Answers
Q: By switching to led bulbs in regular DC socket, do I have to change any wiring? Or do they just consume less power?
Asked by: Steven - 4/3/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: You shouldn't have to changed anything. Simply remove your existing bulb and replace it with the new LED one.
Answer provided by:  YachtLights (4/7/2014)
Q: I have a 2006 regal 3760, and was looking to replace the halogen bulbs in the hardtop. Looks like this bulb would work, but want to confirm. I have a g-4 pin 10 watt clear halogen bulb now, would these work.?
Asked by: Tara - 10/4/2013 (Submit an answer)
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