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FESTOON-9-4014-RL-CW Cool White Rigid Loop Festoon 42mm

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Product Description

New Brighter Version 2 Introduced June 2018.

Rigid Loop Festoon are found in some closet lights, range lights, and also in automotive applications such as dome lights and door lights.  This has 4 5050 LED Chips.  It is Cool White, but pushes the Kelvin output towards the higher blue scale to get as much visible light as possible out of this little light.


Item Number FESTOON-4-RL-CW
Color Kelvin 5500
Calculated Lumens 120
Amps at 12.8v DC (Fluke Actual) .05
Rated Volts 12v DC
Polarity Polarity Sensitive
Overall Length 42mm / 1 5/8"
Overall Width (or diameter) 10mm / 3/8"
Overall Height 4mm / 3/16"

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  1. exactly the bulb I needed! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Mar 2017

    Put them in and very happy with the fit. I put in a boat so will save power on my batteries. So far they are working excellent. If the last I would definitely order from here again. Fast service.

  2. Perfect fit 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2016

    This was a perfect fit to replace the bulb in my RV closet!

  3. Perfect Match for the closet 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Apr 2016

    I was surprised to find the closet festoon in stock. Perfect fit replacement.

  4. There are benifits to these bulbs 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jan 2015

    I bought one of these to compare to my existing closet light (RV).

    It seems a little less bright than what was there but there is plenty of light to see what I am looking for (in this case, shirts). The blueish color distorts my perceived color of my shirts, but since I have seen them in the sun, and I know what they look like, I don't consider that a big issue.

    The bigger picture is that they use less current and generate less heat. In an RV, that is a big plus.

    I personally won't buy another one of these bulbs due to the color. If it was a 45000 - 5000 Kelvin bulb vs. a 6000 Kelvin bulb (not quite so blue), I think it would be a different story.