Convert your RV’s fluorescent bulbs to LEDs! It’s easy and we’ll show you how. We switched our incandescent and halogen lights to LEDs and now we’re converting our fluorescent fixtures too.
Our previous videos about LEDs have generated so much interest that we wanted to share the details about the new way we’re upgrading our fixtures. This video covers the steps needed to convert 18″ fluorescent tubes to beautiful new LEDs.
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Watch the other videos in our LED Your RV series:
Part 1 – Incandescent & Halogen: https://youtu.be/3KF_Ig8sutg
Part 2 – LED Color & Brightness: https://youtu.be/jDYcODgaC_0
Part 4 – 12″ Fluorescent Tubes: https://youtu.be/82xbqZXeBro
Part 5 – Docking & Patio Lights: https://youtu.be/fVl-gPaoZhA
Part 6 – Security, Entry & Reading: https://youtu.be/eajXathp57I
Our complete playlist of LED conversion videos:
If you saw our original video about converting our RV’s fluorescent lights to LEDs (if not, you can view it here: http://youtu.be/SAMPQrAu0aI ), you may have noticed that it was quite a while before we shared any more tips about switching to LEDs.
The reason for that is because we were experimenting with converting our RV’s other lights (halogen, incandescent and even other fluorescent light options). But it was a bit frustrating, since options for LED color and brightness can be confusing, and many suppliers don’t accurately convey the information you need to choose the color temperature and brightness you want.
Then we heard about a company on the iRV2 discussion forums called M4 Products. The information on their website was really thorough, and the owner’s fast, detailed response to our questions made us confident that his lights would be the right color and brightness.
After so much trial & error, buying from M4 was the best experience we’ve had so far. Since we were heading toward southern California, where M4 is located, we made an appointment to stop by to see about upgrading more of our lights.
Being a fellow RVer, Steve, M4’s owner, was incredibly knowledgeable about LED applications for RVs, and the quality of his products was obvious. We’ve looked at, and tried, our fair share of LED bulbs, and Steve’s are the best quality and best value we’ve found so far.
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