Awning light?

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  1. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    Hi, don't have an awning light on the bus and thinking of fitting one. Just wondered can you buy LED one's? :RollEyes:
     
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    Yes Fiamma do one but Darren says its not that brilliant for what it costs!

    Have a chat to him about one

    Peter

    Kit awning LED
    Lighting system studied to be installed on awnings.
    Easy to fit to front lead bar, the unit consists of two 10 LED lamps at low consumption 12v. 12v power cable and adhesive tape supplied.
    In the F45TiL models the awnign cable is hidden in the arms.
     

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    Hi John wot about an ordinary one and changing the bulb for an LED one as we have done in the m/home interior? :Blush:
     
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    My awning light had an ordinary car bulb with bayonet fitting in it. At one of the shows I bought an LED replacement. It consisted of the bayonet base with a short(2") length of lead connecting a card with 9 LED's on it. Just plugged the base in the original socket then mounted the card in the light enclosure with a lump of Blue Tak. Works great, uses very little and lights up the awning just fine.

    :sin:​
     
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