Yet 'another' led light find - Fiberglass RV


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Old 03-10-2010, 06:42 PM   #1
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Found some more led lights (for under the counter use?) at our local Rona/Revy outlet last weekend.
Lights are called ORA (I believe) and made by a company called Bazz.
Their website is http://www.bazz.ca
Couldn't find a trace of these lights on their site. So either they are too OLD or too NEW!!

A set consist of 3 pucks of (white) LED pucks each puck having 19 leds in it. Each set is expandable to 6 pucks using an included extension cord. The pucks are said to have a 100,000 hour lifespan. Each puck is about 1/4" thick max.

I doubt I'll get to use them untill the ones I have already start to fade (thats a sign they're dying I think??).
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Old 03-11-2010, 12:05 AM   #2
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What voltage?
Is there a UPC on the package?
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We have them in our Trillium, and we're very pleased with them. 12V


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Nice low profile.
What colour are the LED's? (Cool white <bluish> or Warm white?)
What is the beam pattern like? (Spot, flood or in between)
No problems with the battery voltage going over 12V at times?
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Found them here on the Rona.ca site. $54.99, in store only, in select areas.
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$52.99 at the Rona in my neighbourhood. Listed as 110V with an included low voltage adapter.

I was interested until I saw the price. Someone is making money with these.


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Listed as 110V with an included low voltage adapter.
Yes, DC adapter is 110V to 12V. I just cut off the adapter and hooked it up to 12V power - works like a charm so far. They put out a lot of light. Will try to get pics later...
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Yep, those are the ones, but, but how/WHERE did ya'll find the link?

I never even thought to see if I could swing them over to 12V's. THAT'S gunna be a bonus!!!

They are definately KQQL white
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'Doug Mager' posted 'Mar 11 2010, 11:42 PM' post='348840'
1. Yep, those are the ones, but, but how/WHERE did ya'll find the link?
2. I never even thought to see if I could swing them over to 12V's. THAT'S gunna be a bonus!!!
3. They are definately KQQL white

1. Went to rona.ca and searched for LED, came up on the 3rd page of results.
2. The 12V is what caught my eye, none of Peters fancy DIY voltage converting gizmos required. Especially for those of us that are Elec-trick-ally challenged. Glad to read that Daniel V has alread done the testing and provided a review for us.
3. That will mean they will be OK for over the kitchen counter. I can use my warm whites for ambiance elsewhere.

'David Swinnard' posted 'Mar 11 2010, 03:25 PM' post='348807'
I was interested until I saw the price. Someone is making money with these.

They are in business to make money David. I think they are comparably priced to other LED's we see on here. Remember that there are 3 lights and a 12V power supply in the kit. Most the posts here on LED's say they paid $10-24 for a single LED bulb replacement or fixture.
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