If you are like us and love to enjoy the great outdoors, land or water, of this awesome country, then there's a chance you may have a boat, caravan, motorhome or just camp.
Lighting is one of the bigger power draws when you're running off house batteries. LED lighting uses significantly less power for the same light produced than filament type bulbs and even fluorescents. For you this means greater convenience, it means not having to be near a power point to recharge or run a generator so often. It also means you don't have to be so frugal with your lighting too!
The LED bulbs we stock use the most modern SMT and SMD technology that is superior to a lot of the other LED products you may find on the market. Whilst having superior diffusion they also produce a higher light output (lumens) for a lower power consumption (watts).
Whilst the initial cost of a quality LED bulb or fitting may be about 5 to 10 times more than a halogen equivalent the lifespan may be up to 50 times longer. One major benefit not often considered is that because batteries don't run through as many cycles they need replacing less often!
On balance we know that quality LED lighting offers superior value over the longer term. For people that are really into the overnight outdoors lifestyle including freedom camping and boating, the choice makes absolute perfect sense.
We stock one of the widest range of quality LED bulbs to suit almost any 12v and 24v standard fitting with a growing range for 240vac.
We also stock other items we believe that offer excellent practical value. Take a look at our twin sensor Smartlight 12v security light for example, the only one of it's kind available.
You may have received one of our promotional vouchers with an estimated annual saving. This is how we calculated the savings. Please note some areas will need more or less light depending on the area and personal preference. For more information on light output please refer to...
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A light-emitting diode (LED) is based on the semiconductor diode. When the polarization of input power is correct and the diode is switched on, current flows from the anode (positive) to the cathode (negative). The electrons are able to recombine with holes within the device, releasing...