|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 5.9 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||F3528012|
|Manufacturer Part Number||F3528012|
|Mirror Lighting Type||LED|
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Gold Stars F3528012 Natural White LED Tube Light Fixture (T5 base 2 x 180 Lumens 12v or 24v)
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- 60,000 hours life expectancy
- 8-30 volts DC including 12v and 24v; the wide-range voltage is designed to withstand RV power fluctuations
- LED fixture includes two (2) 12" LED tubes with T5 base
- Low heat, safe to touch, and instantly bright
- Energy efficient and eco-friendly
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Gold Stars LED replacement lights are built with the finest LED lighting technology and materials. This Gold Star LED features: Built-in 2-way switch to use one or both of LED light tubes ; 8-30 volts DC including 12v and 24v--this wide-range voltage is designed to withstand RV power fluctuations that can damage ordinary LED lights; 2 x 180 Lumens; Natural White color;6.72 power watts; 60 High Power 3014 SMD LEDs; beam pattern of 120 degrees; and color temperature of 4000-4500K. Each Gold Stars LED bulb has a life expectancy of 60,000 hours--many times longer than a standard bulb--which saves money and time, especially in those hard-to-reach places. This product does not contain mercury or emit ultraviolet (UV) light. Weighs approximately 26 ounces.
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Housing larger than I pictured, 18 7/8" x 5 1/2" but not a problem. (140.0 mm does not equal 5.25"? as stated on package)
My only issue is the wiring coming out one end and the back of light being flat, no recess for wires. Others mentioned but unless fixture end is aligned with your wiring hole on ceiling, the light cannot set flush- wires are between light and surface, let alone wire nuts. What was mfg. thinking?
Easily enough to address by popping off end cover, rerouting the wire to use one of the recessed channels in the bottom-(after removing the nub of plastic in channel- I used a dremel). My wiring is about middle of fixture. Out of the box not sure what folks are doing. Only because fix simple and housing easy to modify didn't ding rating.
Very happy with light.
Edit: I noted only sockets at switch end of the fixture and one end of the tubes are wired. If the bulb is inserted with its wired end at fixtures unwired side, no power. I'm sure others have tried but if bulb isn't powering up, try swapping end for end. You can see the wires looking thru glass of tube, these should be at swtich end of fixture.
We couldn't be happier with the results. We find that using just one side of this light (it's duel control) gives us as much light (maybe more) that both florescent lights provided.
Installation was simple and took <30 minutes (removing the old unit and installing the new one).
BTW, the clear plastic cover on this light is held in place by two small screws not pressure. I tried to squeeze the sides of the cover to get it off, doesn't work that way. This info may be found in the instructions on the back of the package but I didn't read them...
I am ordering two more. I like these better than the florescent.
Unfortunately, the LEDs on 2 of the 4 units I ordered burned out within a few hours of use. Each time, the failure mode was the same - some individual LEDs would pop when the unit would switch on. Once they popped, they were physically damaged and would no longer work.
I suspect that these lights might be able to handle *exactly* 24 volts, but they can't handle the slight over-voltage that comes from a fully charged lead-acid battery.
On top of that, 1 of the 4 units I ordered was missing one of the LED light bars inside of the plastic case.
For 12v operations, these lights are probably good for the price. But if you need 24v operation, these probably won't work for you.
These LED tube lights use no more power, but give off WAY more light. With two of these fixtures in the kitchen, we run them both with only one bulb switched on. I see no reason to turn on the second bulb. I'll be replacing out remaining two florescent fixtures with these lights pretty soon I think. :)
And the light is very good, and not a harsh color at all.