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CR2S520-4 - Flickering Flametip LEDs (2/pack)

$6.29

CR2S520-4 - Flickering Flametip LEDs (2/pack)

$6.29
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CR2S520-4
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This is a flickering LED that replaces the standard screw-base flame-tip bulb.  Now you can make any yard lamp, coach light, or wall sconce that comes with the miniature screw base flame-tip incandescent bulb with a new flickering LED to make it look like a gas flame.  Each flickering LED works independently of each other and thus flickers differently than any other LED.  These flickering LED's will not affect the lights in the rest of the dollhouse.  These replacement bulbs are LEDs with a 60,000 hour life span. As with all LED bulbs they work only with a DC current. Two per package.

  • CR2S520-4
  • LED replacement bulb
  • rated for 60,000 hours
  • 5ma
  • screw-base
  • flame tip
  • 12 volt
  • DC current
  • 2 bulbs per package
  • flickering bulb
  • replacement option for CK1010-29, MH44035, MH763 (frosted) and HW2101

Each new LED bulb is specifically made to illuminate a full 360 degrees making it look very similar to the bulb it is designed to replace.  These LEDs work only on 12 volt DC and thus have a polarity that has to be met.  The threaded sides of the base are the negative contact and the bottom tip is your positive contact.  For a new lamp being put into your dollhouse you can simply replace all of the incandescent bulbs with one of the new LEDs. When you connect it to the dollhouse 12 volt DC circuit you made need to reverse the leads in order for the light to work.  If the lamp has a plug, simply reverse the direction you are plugging it into the wall outlet and the lamp will work. For light fixtures already hardwired into your dollhouse, you have a 50/50 chance that when you replace the bulb it will simply work.  If not, you might try flipping the two wires connected to the DC power source.

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