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LED T10 3D Wedge Globe

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LEDMany cars are now employing an electronic control system called CANBus, which can be a problem when using LED replacement globes, as the system will give a globe failure indication. Being CANBus compatible, these LED globes don’t cause these failure indications. This globe features a special "3D" type of LED lamp, which provides an extremely even, wide light output that is very similar to a normal globe in style and appearance. This makes them a perfect replacement for interior lights, and automotive lamps where the light fitting has a lot of "clear" elements making other LED globes unattractive to look at. Powered by 12VDC, and suitable for off-road use only.

Automotive Globes Information

You may look at our range of LED automotive globes and wonder what all these different globe numbers mean: BA15S, T10, E10,BAY15D, etc.Well luckily these numbers are an industry standard, and actually describe the type and size of the globe's base and pin arrangements. Below is a list of the most common types of automotive globes, and a typical application for them: Type Description T5 5mm wedge style base. Used in dashboard illumination T10 10mm wedge style base. Used in dashboards, park light, number plate illumination, etc. T20 20mm wedge style base. Used in some indicators, tail and brake lights E10 10mm Edison screw base. Used in some dashboards, park lights and number plate illumination (typically on older vehicles) BA9S 9mm Bayonet cap base with single contact pin. Used in dashboards, park lights and various lights BA15S 9mm Bayonet cap base with single contact pin. Used in dashboards, park lights and various lights BA15D 15mm Bayonet cap with two contact pins. Used in caravan interior lights and marine navigation lights BAY15D 15mm Bayonet cap with offset side location tabs, with two contact pins on the base. Used for tail/stop lights (high/low brightness)


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