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RETROFIT-10-5630-WIRE-WW Replacement for C.E. 58 LED Fixture Warm White

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  • This is designed to replace failed factory style LEDs with a much more reliable LED
  • Fits Command Electronics Model #001-58 and similar LED Fixtures
  • 10 5630 SMD Chips (larger diameter and brighter than RETROFIT-12-5050-WIRE
  • 10-30V Circuitry to protect against RV power surges (look for the circuitry on the back)
  • Full Aluminum Plate / Heatsink
  • Warm White Light that resembles Incandescent Light (Natural White also available, see part number RETROFIT-10-5630-WIRE-NW).  
  • Constant Voltage, Non-Polarity
  • Snaps into fixture (fixture not included) and includes wire nuts to reattach fixture to RV wiring
  • Puck is 1 3/4" in diameter
  • Installation Instructions can be previewed at http://m4sales.com/CEInstructions.pdf

Item Number


Color Kelvin


Calculated Lumens


Amps at 12.0v DC (Fluke Actual)


Rated Volts

10-30v DC


Non Polarity

Overall Width Direction 1

1 3/4"

Overall Width Direction 2

1 5/8

Overall Height


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  1. Super heat sink. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Dec 2018

    Amazed, it came with butt connectors and wire nuts. All one has to do is access old wiring, clip the wires and pop out the LED disc. Install new, pretty simple.

  2. Best retrofit I've found 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Oct 2018

    These are, depending upon your color preference, great retrofits. They are less bright than the ones they replaced (350 vs 440 lumens). Most of ourfactory LEDs have been replaced at least once because they failed and likely because they were too bright and over-driven.
    The aluminum backing makes me believe these may last longer than the life of our RV. For us 3200K is still a bit blue but so much better than anything hotter. We would prefer ~2700K.
    I did notice the factory plastic lens adds a blue tint of its own compared to the glass lens we have in another fixture.
    I plan to replace the 15 remaining LED lights with these. It is easy to do.