This is a 12VOLT Round LED Tube Light to replace 8" Round Fluorescents. Some RV and Boat fixtures (Thinlite) use a 120v florescent tube light which uses a ballast that converted 12vdc to 120v to light the light. With this light you must eliminate this troublesome ballast and just supply the tube with 12v power. Pinch Connectors & optional Wire nuts included. Do not install these into a 120v environment or they will be damaged the the warranty void.
4500K Natural White, for 6500k Cool White see part number XW-ROUND-CW
Removal or bypass the florescent ballast is required and light is connected to 12 volt DC directly. New Version, tube driver is inside the tube.
NOTICE: Basic rewiring of your light fixture is required to install LED Tube Lights.
- Includes 1 Tube Light, Wire Nuts.
- 11w, 12 Volts
- Brighter, no flicker, no warm up, and no expensive ballast to fail.
- Frosted lens covering 120 3528 SMD LED chips so you do not see the individual LEDs when you look at the light.
- 4500k color range is Cool White.
- Non Polarity Driver can be hooked up either way. +/- 12v DC.
- Basic rewiring of the fixture is needed to eliminate the florescent tube ballast
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Works Great. Had to modify to fit my Fixture. would be much better to get rid of 4 pin connector and just have 2 pigtail wires comming out of tube.
excellant..easy to install...nicer than what I had and very fast shipping
The light is nice and bright. I wish it took less energy though. The old bulb was 22 watts. This one is only half that at 11 watts. It also causes interference with my travel trailer’s radio reception. It must be that little power converter box. Most LED lights do not affect radio reception. One more thing, the bulb’s plug sits higher on the bulb than the original fluorescent bulb’s plug, that makes it not quite fit the original fixture. It hits the top of the fixture before the bulb is fully seated. M4 Note: Some radio equipment is more sensitive than others, contact us, we may have an alternate driver. This is normally not an issue. Regarding power consumption, note that your original fluorescent that this replaces is already an energy saving device which is much less than incandescent or halogen lighting, so a 50% power saving by going to LED is still a Big reduction in power especially considering the additional light output most customers seek. Noted on the connector on your fixture, fixtures do vary.