This LED dome light features one bulb contains 16 SMD LEDs! With this brilliant LED domes light reduce stumbling inside your vehicle while your drive in night. Low power consumption and easy installation you can DIY in your garage no need to drive your car to the vehicle maintenance and repair station!Ever been in your truck somewhere at night and needed to read something, only to turn on the dome light and realize you still can't see a thing, sick of your vehicle's door's dim bulb? And we are very proud of that we can recommend this LED dome light to you! This LED dome light comes LED emitter inside gives you more brilliant light! And shock resistant, easy to install makes this LED dome light is perfect for you to replace your dim interior dome light! Low power consumption, long life-span makes the LED dome light is perfect for long time illumination! Enhance your driving experience with this super brilliance LED dome light!
Other Thoughts:All I can say is wow this thing is bright, I put into a G35 as the map light and this panel at 1.5 by 2.25 inches roughly is (can't believe I am saying this) a little too bright...I am gonna use this one in my tacoma pickup since it only has a single dome light ( will be perfect ).
Other Thoughts:It comes with 3M double-stick foam backing, but I'm not using that in the dome light. If I use the second one I ordered in the camper top, I'll probably take advantage of the double-stick foam tape.
Other Thoughts:If you're wanting to replace reading lights near the dash, obtain a narrow-beam LED instead. Another consideration for how to use these is off-grid lighting, where it would help to light a small room -- say 8x12 feet -- brightly enough to see objects, avoid tripping, and read with some effort. Its power consumption is very slightly over 3W -- measured at 0.26A.
Other Thoughts:To try to remove some subjectivity from this so future customers can get a sense of how bright this is, it illuminates the cab well enough to read with ease, anywhere -- front seats, jumpseat area, even outside the door if your eyes are accustomed to dim light. It projects at 180° and thus isn't safe to flip on while driving.