Barrel Ends Festoon LED bulb, Barrel base Festoon LED bulb. Festoon led bulbs which the ends with the dimple, Navigation Festoon LED Replacement Bulb, 44mm, Cool White/Warm White, 8-40VDC (2.6W), Omni-Directional, Dimpled Barrel End Contacts. This high output LED cluster festoon style bulb easily exceeds the brightness level of the 10W incandescent bulb it replaces. It has panels on five different planes, each containing 6 SMD LEDs for a total of 30 LEDs delivering crisp white light beyond 3 nautical miles. The dimpled barrel end contacts are made to fit the popular Aqua Signal Series 25 navigation lights. It replaces the 12V festoon bulb #ASL-902007 or the 24V #ASL-902017. The warm white version is best suited for red, green, or bi-color combo fixtures as it will render the red or green color more accurately. Although these may also be used for mast-head & stern lights, our cool white version is an even better choice for these applications.
Fits Socket: 44mm Barrel End Festoon (Aqua Signal)
Typical Applications: Masthead, Stern light for Aqua Signal Series 25
Dimensions: 1..61 in. (41mm) diam. x 0.87 in. (22mm)
Input Voltage: 8-40VDC constant current controll inside
Power (Watts): 2.6W
Current Draw: 270mA/12V, 135mA/24V
LED Emitting Color: 6000~6500K Cool White, 2800k~ 3300K Warm White option, Pleazse choose from below listed.
LED Type/Quantity: 30 pcs 2835 SMD LEDs
Beam Angle (FWHM): 120º (five directions)
Light Output (Lumens): 175 lumens Cool White or 160 lumens Warm White
High output SMD LEDs
Constant-current drive topology
Exceeds 3 nautical miles visibility
No radiated heat
Thermally efficient design
Navigation lights are tested and approved as a fixture with the original equipment source (bulb) already installed. The operator of vessel assumes all liability when using this product as a replacement for the original approved light source. The use of this LED light source in individual navigation fixtures has not been evaluated for compliance to USCG, COLREG, or any other navigational lighting standards or regulations.