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Find The Best LED to Convert Light Fittings in Caravans or RV's
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Find The Best LED to Convert Light Fittings in Caravans or RV's

At MadAboutLED.com - The LED Conversion Specialist we specialize in products to convert old/existing fittings to LED. Here's a small sample of the most common 12 volt light fittings found in Caravans and Motorhomes & RV's that can be easily converted to LED. I have recommended options for the best LED we have available, along with some brief "How To" guides to help you get the job done. If you can't find your RV fitting here, simply contact us with some details and photos of your fittings and we'll do our best to help you. Read More

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LEDs For RVs Simplified

There’s a lot of Technical Info out there about LEDs for RVs but very limited info for those that aren’t technically minded. So this video, explains some different types of LEDs that are commonly used in the RVs specifically in Caravans and Motorhomes for internal and awning lighting. Read More

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How To Identify Auto Light Bulbs Found in Caravans Motor Homes and RVs

At Mad About LED, we specialize in 12 to 24 Volt DC auto bulb conversions for internal lighting and accessory lights such as awning & courtesy lights found in Caravans, Campers, Motorhomes, and RV's. If you are unsure what LED is best for your fitting, simply Email us some photos of your light fitting (with and without the light cover) and we'll do our best to advise the best-LED replacement or conversion with this free identification service. Read More

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Which is Better, LED Disc, LED Panel or LED Bulb?

Whilst some LED's have been designed to emulate the shape of their incandescent cousins, it doesn't mean a similar shaped LED Bulb will be the best LED for the light fitting. During our travels, I've talked to many people that have said, "Yeah, I bought some of that LED but it's not as good as the old bulb". I've then explained that not all LED is the same and the trick to selecting the right LED, is to first decide how you want the light fitting to perform, and then select the right LED to suit that purpose. Read More

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How to Convert a 12 - 24 Volt DC T10 Halogen Light Fitting to L.E.D

This video shows how to easily convert T10 Halogen light fittings found in Caravans, Motorhomes, RVs and Campers. Read More

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12 Volt DC Fluorescent Conversion to LED

UPDATED 14 JUNE 2020. Do you have a Double D Fluorescent in your Caravan or Motorhome? If so, they will either be an 11, 16 or 21 watts. From our experience, 2D 11 watt tends to be the originals and the 16 or 21 watts were the most common replacements. At MadAboutLED.com - The LED Conversion Specialist, we believe to convert to LED you need to save near half the power draw AND have the equivalent or better light output, otherwise, there is no real saving. Read More

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How Bright Are G4 Disc Type LEDs

I've made this video to visually show how bright G4 Disc Type LEDs actually are. My thinking is that many people just want to see how bright an LED is in an actual setting. Read More

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Compare LED to Halogen & Incandescent Bulbs - Globes

Curious about the new LED Lights in new Caravans and Motorhomes, or, already know a bit about LED technology? Do you want to improve the light in your RV, or, just want to slash the power draw from the batteries so you can free camp for longer periods? The fact is that LED lighting is the solution. With this article, MadAboutLED.com - The LED Conversion Specialist we hope to clear some confusion that surrounds the traditional lighting currently available and provides a helpful guide. Read More

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LED Colour Temperature Guide

Colour Temperature is an accepted means of describing the colour of white light. The term 'temperature' refers to a real temperature of a physics concept called a 'black body'. A black body absorbs all light and energy that impacts it, but, according to thermodynamics, is also a perfect emitter. The close equivalent of this can be seen in such materials as steel, which when heated gradually glows hot enough to see red colour, through to orange, yellow and eventually white and blue at its most intense. Read More

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