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Author Topic: Decent G4 led replacements  (Read 1395 times)
« on: February 24, 2009, 06:00:31 PM »

When I made the barge I fitted MR11 halogens in the hope that they would have sorted the led issues out.  Not yet for me, but...

I have some old 1950s Deco ish chrome and opaque glass light fittings with power hungry golf ball 32.6 watt things in them.  Don't even know if they exist any more.  The holders have half a dozen brass screws in them and you can change the springs etc.

Anyway, I bought a couple of 8-30v regulated warm white G4s from the above [no interest declared].  Came the next day.  Emailed me to see if they were ok and replied to my reply, bla bla.

The 35mm dia disk they are mounted on weighs only 8g and the regulator is on the back of the disk.

Might be useful for replacing those blowing halogens when the equalization charge kicks in!

 Grin Grin

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