33W 123x 5730 LED Screw Light Bulb Wide Range 12V-60V Flexible Voltage
This is as bright as it gets for now, consuming only 33 watts, but as bright as a 250 watt traditional incandescent light bulb.
Your low voltage battery system will love this bulb's amp draw vs brightness. Reliability is standard with our bulbs , you can trust that it will be lighting and brightening you up for years to come.
Our heavy duty bulb is designed with a constant current driver and regulates current automatically from 10 volt to 60 volts. Suitable for charging voltage and DC power grids.
2640 lumens @ 33 watts
Works for power sources from 12 Volts - 60 Volt
5730 Small LED chips - 123 Of them to be exact.
12Vdc to 60Vdc for marine power systems
Any DC 12V or 24V Battery
DC low voltage grids
Motor home/RV, buses
Vehicles systems, etc.
Replacements for 250W traditional light bulbs
It is much bigger than I expected and is brighter than the one it replaced.
Excellent packaging. Thanks.
Lot of light packed in these bulbs ,and last forever , thanks for a good product
Awesome, works better than the 70 Watt Halogen 110V bulb it replaced, and I saved $5k from having to trench new 110V line wire to the Street Light. The 33 Watt LED Cornrow bulb is twice as bright as the Halogen.
For 12 volt applications you can not go wrong with these high output bulbs.
Have bought 8 of these, The lighting is great and will run forever on a 12 v car battery.
The only improvement i would suggest, is to glue the metal screw better, the bulb is top heavy, so it comes lose over time, i have had to reglue every bulb with a strong epoxy.
Note: i use the bulb sideways in a shop light, not straight up and down like normal, thus creating this problem. Up and down would probably not result in this problem.
Great products for off the grid
bought 100 of these for my farm , cows and horses loved it
ok , so i dont know if they loved it , but the light bulbs surely saved me a lot of electricity , I went from paying $1000 to $400 for monthly lighting bills for my barns , $600 a month is a lot and the bulbs basically paid for themselves in under half a year , will definitely buy more when i expand to more animals and barns