LED Bulb, MR16 3W, 12VAC/DC

LED Bulb, MR16 3W, 12VAC/DC
Stock Number: 31975 OP
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High preformance LED spot light. Cool White 23 degree narrow flood in a MR16 Base. Equivalent to a 30W halogen but with 10 times the service life
Input 12VAC/DC @ <200mA
Lumens;> 175
Color Temp: ~5700K
40Khr. Average Life until 70% lumen output @25C
Indoor use only, not for total enclosed fixtures
Dia:L:WT: .1

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Chromium which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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I used these and some hot glue to replace the dim bulbs in my tractor/mower. Now I can cut the grass in the dark. Wiring was easy since there is no need to worry about polarity on these bulbs. https://i.imgur.com/GdY9gk0.jpg
Very bright at even 10V. Draws about 200 ma at 12.5 volts
- Jim Schings, KY
Great light!
I attached two of these onto a large hexacopter that I use for search and rescue. Weight and power consumption are a big issue because they both affect flight time. Not a problem with these. They are light, bright, have a narrow beam and dont consume a lot of power. Just what I needed!
- William Justic, IL
Great light!
I forgot to mention, in my other review, to remember to purchase the G-4 Bi-Pin sockets for these. MPJA part number 31095. They make installation and mounting a lot easier.
- William Justic, IL
Great Price
These lights have great color- identical to the incandescent they replaced. Very nice and bright.
Not 5700K, more like 6700K
Functionally it works fine, draws about 2.2W at 18VDC, approximately 3.3W at 12VDC, indicating that the output has dropped out of regulation. Its designed for 12VAC do its right at home at 18VDC input. The color temperature was nowhere near natural white of 5500-5700K, the output was cool white and falls under 6000-6700K range, center hotspot was almost purple. I cant use them for my intended project which requires accurate color rendition using lamps not centralized in the bluish end of the spectrum,