Replacement LED lights

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  1. canopus

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    Just bought a load of LED's to go in new van from www.ledhut.co.uk

    Excellent prices - cheaper than some I've bought previously from so called specialists at so called 'show prices'.

    These were individually boxed and CE marked with two year warranty.

    Fast next day delivery for £1.99.

    Well impressed :thumb:
     
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    Replacement led bulbs

    Hi I bought some Led bulb`s for the house and the motorhome from LEDHUT. The one I bought for the motorhome MR11 I had to send back because they did not have a glass cover ,so the metal clip that holds the bulb in shorted out the led`s. I going to buy from another supplier which do have a cover over the led`s. I also bought LED bulbs for a light fitting in the dinning room at home but one by one over a three week s they have all failed and have been returned with a full refund.:RollEyes:
     
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    Some of those Ledhut prices are WAY more than what I paid recently in B&Q - I'm thinking standard bayonet fitting 60 watt replacement lamps
     
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    The items I bought were 12V DC for the motorhome. Clue - Motorhomefun.co.uk

    Ive also bought domestic LED's (240V AC) from B&Q, and the kitchen was like the black hole of Calcutta - back to to the 50W halogens.
     
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    The items I bought were 12V DC for the motorhome too.:BigGrin:
     
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    I don't know about your particular LEDs but an important difference with some of the cheaper ones is they are unregulated and for 12v only. Because the actual voltage in the '12v' circuit of a motorhome may be as high as 14.5v when charging the best ones to get are the regulated ones. They are usually marked 8-30v. The unregulated ones are likely to fail after a time.
     
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