Well, I took the plunge and ordered some LED from SUPERBRIGHTLEDS lighting to replace the mini-flood lights and main lighting throughout the camper. Installation is a breeze, although the LED's will only work one way in the socket. After install, flip the switch and if it don't light up, reverse it and there shall be light. The only issue so far is that the LED's tend to want to slide toward the back of the reflector, thus shining the light out towards one side vs if it was centered. I might try some little stick-um balls to mount the LED's in the center of the light diffuser against the ceiling to get a better coverage.
The light color will take a bit to get used to and I did order the base LED rather than the upgraded brightness. For me the softer color is okay. The mini-floods I replaced work great and I will be giving them a test this weekend. Now as for the temperatures, after installation, I left the main lights on for about an hour to see how hot they would get. The LED is resting on the light diffuser and after one hour, the diffuser was warm, but not nearly at hot as the old bulbs that I took out, not to mention the energy savings. Before if I turned on the 3-main lights, the converter fan would just barely run, if I turned on the bathroom light, the fan would get a little louder, then if I turned on the bedroom light, the fan would really ramp up. Tonight, I turned on all of the lights I replaced inside with the LED's, 14-bulbs total, 4-mini floods and NO converter fan. I even turned on the bathroom vanity light, which I did not replace, and still NO converter fan.
I think that once I save a bit more money, I will look for replacements for the bathroom vanity and the outside lights as well. I did keep the old bulbs so when it does come time to upgrade cruisers, those LED's will be coming with me
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