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The next evolution of our popular reading lamp to replace an 1139 / 1139lf / 1139ll. Now with Samsung 5630 LEDs to match our other 5630 models. As long as the original bulb for easier installation. It has the perfect amount of light and spread for a directional reading lamp, and has a full aluminum body heat sink.
This item can also be used in place of bulb #1383 in very narrow fixtures, it will just be slightly shorter.
This item is Cool White 6000k
If you prefer Warm White 3200k see Part Number 1139-9-5630-WW
If you prefer Natural White 4500K see Part Number 1139-9-5630-NW
Easy push and turn installation
Standard BA15s Single Contact Push and Turn Bayonette Base. Direct Replacement for 1139, can also be use in place of short 1383, 1141, 1156 or any BA15s base bulb where you want directional light out the end of the bulb. Not dimmable with a standard dimmer.
|Amps at 12.8v DC (Fluke Actual)||0.18A / 2.35 Watts|
|Rated Volts||10-30v DC or AC|
|Overall Width (or diameter)||1"|
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Maybe 4-yrs ago I started converting the 12v incandescent lights in my class A motorhome to LED using inexpensive brands found on Amazon. Within a few months I found this was false economy due to the high failure rate of the bulbs. I had read about m4 products in a magazine article, and bought a few to try. The quality upgrade was evident just in looking at the bulbs. Over the next 3-6 months I converted every 12v bulb on the coach, basement lights, interior lights, under hood lamps, to m4 bulbs. To date I have had 1 failure which I am replacing with the current order. I particularly like the ability to customize the lighting in the RV by selecting differing color temperatures in the same bulb style from m4. I prefer the cooler blue-white 4,000K bulbs in the living area while my wife likes the warmer daylight color temp in the bath area where she applies make-up.
I’m a believer in m4, and I’ve already bought their bulbs again. Many times.