Can I replace G4 halogen with LED?
G4 Bulb Type LEDs are a simple replacement for your G4 Pin Type Halogen Globes. However, a better option for Down Lights and some other fittings using G4 halogen bulbs are using our Multi-Volt G4 LED Disc type replacements.
Can you get G4 LED bulbs?
Browse our long-life range of energy-efficient G4 LED bulbs. Retrofit your existing downlights and other small light fittings with long-life G4 bulbs to benefit from lower energy bills – upgrade your bathroom and bedroom lighting for instant savings on running costs.
Is JC same as G4?
The JC type halogen bulb is the low voltage version of the JCD halogen bulb. It comes with a voltage of 6 volts to 28 volts. Just like the JCD bulbs, the JC type halogen bulbs come in capsule shape and are also bi-pin. JC type halogen bulbs have two types, G4 with a distance of 4 millimeters between the pins, and G6.
Can you replace 12V G4 halogen bulbs with LED?
While replacing 12v halogen lights with G4 LED 12v, it is important to check the compatibility of the G4 LED lights with the lighting fixtures. As mentioned before, most of the G4 LEDs operate on DC voltage, so they will need a different power supply or transformer to operate.
What is a G4 LED bulb?
What are G4 Bulbs? G4 halogen bulbs are a 12v bulb commonly found in under-cabinet, decorative, task and RV/Camper lighting. Their small size and relatively high output using 12V input makes them a great choice where space is a premium.
Are G4 and G9 bulbs interchangeable?
The compact, tapered design of Integral LED’s new G4 and G9 lamps allow them to fit easily into any existing G4 and G9 fittings, where earlier, bulkier LED lamps might have fit awkwardly or looked unsightly.
Why do G4 LED lights flicker?
GU5. 3 (MR16) and G4 Bulbs usually works from 12 Volts. They need a transformer to convert the mains voltage 230V to 12V. The flickering you are experiencing is usually down to incompatibility or loading issues with the transformer.
What does JC mean in light bulb?
JC : J From the word “Jod” – It means “Iodine” in German and indicates that it is a Halogen lamp. C From the word “Cine” Indicates that the primary application for lamp is Cinema but can include Optics & Projection & Other Markets.