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 LED Interior lights for your RV or cargo trailer 
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I have a thing for LEDs and have been peddling them for a number of years now.

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I have a variety of LEDs for RVs. http://www.rv-led.com

921 cylindrical style: http://www.rv-led.com/RV-921-24ww.htm

921 flat panel style: http://www.rv-led.com/RV-T10-FP-48.htm
The bright white variety is like daylight inside my cargo trailer! They work very nice for loading up after a show in the winter, when it's dark outside.

1141 / 1156 / 1003 version, BA15s bayonet style base:

Warm white: http://www.rv-led.com/RV-1141-24ww.htm

Cool white: http://www.rv-led.com/RV-1141-27cw.htm
I use the cool white in my outside porch lights on the trailer and RV.

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Sat Feb 08, 2014 12:38 pm
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Oh I love led's for several reasons

Is this your business??

I think ive called this business in the past. The problem ive run into is finding quality pieces and not just the crap straight from hong kong. most businesses are just repackers for said crap

Aslo I have wanted to convert all the rv lights but again ive had a hard time finding stuff that is truly bright enough to match the overall light output of the 1156. Also it would be nice to try one or two to see if they will work but at $30 plus bucks they are kinda spendy to experiment with

LED's are usually very directional and its tough to get set ups that illuminate as bright and broad

Maybe we will be doing some business


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Sat Feb 08, 2014 3:54 pm
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Cool, thanks!

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Sat Feb 08, 2014 6:11 pm
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I am with Toys I have been thinking about converting all my lights in my toy hauler but just wasn't sure if they would be as bright.
Have you converted any trailers yourself and are they ad bright?

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I need 2 2057's, 4 921's and 2 1003's for my Chalet RV.


Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:33 pm
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2trouble wrote:
I am with Toys I have been thinking about converting all my lights in my toy hauler but just wasn't sure if they would be as bright.
Have you converted any trailers yourself and are they ad bright?



I have a 27' Travel Trailer that will be converted to LED's by this spring. If I need more light I'll add a fixture or so. They use so little power, it lets one who's dry camping not have to charge the battery as often.

As for "bright", my neighbor just put an LED porch light on his patio. It's bright enough that it also lights up my side yard. They're getting a lot better than in the beginning and with new fixture design, the light is spread wider.

What's always pissed me off about the old lights in my RV's is the burned covers when the light is run for any length of time. No more with LED's.

BTW DeltaBravo==== Any Warranty on the LED's?

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Sun Feb 09, 2014 8:28 am
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toys in the toybox wrote:
Is this your business??


Yep.

toys in the toybox wrote:
Also I have wanted to convert all the rv lights but again ive had a hard time finding stuff that is truly bright enough to match the overall light output of the 1156. Also it would be nice to try one or two to see if they will work but at $30 plus bucks they are kinda spendy to experiment with


This is a common concern. But, there's no experimenting needed. I've done all the experimenting myself and don't sell stuff that I wouldn't want to use myself.

I camp with a group and all my friends have upgraded their RVs too - one has a 32' 5th wheel toy hauler. 3 have truck campers, one has a 25' Travel trailer.

toys in the toybox wrote:
LED's are usually very directional and its tough to get set ups that illuminate as bright and broad


LEDs of yesteryear were very directional. The flat SMD (surface mount device) style LEDs have a very wide angle of light output. The most common style is the SMD5050 LED. I have some LED units that use a new, brighter chip, the SMD2835.

A typical 1141 incandescent bulb is about 250-260 Lumens of light output. The 1141 is the most common bulb for RV lights that use a bayonet base.

The Warm white LED replacement is 360 Lumens.

The cool white is 480 Lumens.

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deadshot2 wrote:
I have a 27' Travel Trailer that will be converted to LED's by this spring. If I need more light I'll add a fixture or so. They use so little power, it lets one who's dry camping not have to charge the battery as often.


LEDs draw about 1/5th the amount of power of an incandescent.

During summer camping, generally speaking, the lights are the biggest draw. Fall/Spring camping, then the heater might be a bigger draw. Lights are used more in the off season, so having LEDs for lights will conserve power and make more power available for the heater usage.

deadshot2 wrote:
BTW DeltaBravo==== Any Warranty on the LED's?


Lifetime warranty!

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Mon Feb 10, 2014 9:00 am
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Most of the guns shows I go to I have the LED lights available for purchase. I also have a little display board with them lit up.

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2trouble wrote:
I am with Toys I have been thinking about converting all my lights in my toy hauler but just wasn't sure if they would be as bright.
Have you converted any trailers yourself and are they as bright?


Yes, they are as bright as the incandescent they replace.

I am running them in both of my cargo trailers as well as my own RV (truck camper).

All of my camping buddies are running them too (see previous post)

My cargo has a smallish battery, so power conserving lighting is a huge benefit.

In my trailers I am running the bright white flat panel style, which I like for work area environments.

http://www.rv-led.com/RV-T10-FP-48.htm

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interested and have some questions. should we contact you directly? who do we ask for ? contact you so you know where your getting hits from?


Mon Feb 10, 2014 1:05 pm
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I've been incognito for the last month, running myself ragged doing shows every weekend since the beginning of February. I cancelled a show this weekend because I decided I needed some time off.

Email is the fastest way to contact me. orders AT rv-led.com

I had our web dev people revamp a few things on the website the last few days, for easier navigation.

I will be at the Puyallup WAC gun show March 22-23.

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I have the lights on display and for sale at the Monroe show this weekend (9/13-9/14/2104)

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I will have the lights at the Spokane gun shows 9/27-9/28.

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Can you quote me a price to switch over both my vehicles to LED?

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