7 Watt | 12V DC LED Bulb | Standard E26 Screw Base

  • £16.84

Our popular 7 watt LED bulb is a perfect match for your 12 volt DC systems!  We have worked hard to give you the most light possible while providing you with substantial energy savings! Switching your lighting to LED provides 90% energy savings!

Not only does this LED light replace a 65 watt incandescent, it lasts up to 40 times longer as well.

Our bulbs are designed specifically to provide low/no radio interference. The copper/chrome standard Edison screw base is corrosion resistant and well-suited for outdoor and marine applications. The dimensions of this bulb are the same as standard sized incandescent bulbs so replacing them is simple!  LED offers no UV, and no nasty flickering or buzzing

Our products our proudly designed in Canada to withstand harsh climates. Customers around the world utilize our LED lighting products for an array of installations including solar, off-grid, marine, camping, RVs, boats, safety lighting, and anywhere else you can think of that uses DC power!


Bulb Type: A19 (regular household style) also known as A60
Base: E26/27 (standard screw-in)
Voltage: 10 - 20 Volts DC
Acceptable Voltage Range: 10-80V DC
Watts: 7
Amps: 0.58
Lumens: 650
Colour Temperature: 3000 - 3500K (Warm White) or 4000 - 4500K (Soft Daylight)Dimensions(tip to tip): INCHES: 4 1/4" x 2 3/8"  CM: 11cm x 6cm
Brand: Watt-a-Light

Note: Not recommended for enclosed fixtures

When choosing the best color temperature for your LED application, we recommend that you select ‘Soft Daylight’ for tasks and reading or where you want to be able to see ‘true’ colours. ‘Warm White’ is preferable where a soft warm light is needed, such as dining or just relaxing with your feet up. ‘Warm White’ bulbs are similar in colour to an incandescent light. If you want to learn more about color temperature visit our blog article "A Layman's Guide to Color Temperature and Choosing the Right One for You"


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Karl V.
Off grid-cabin

I have an off grid-cabin and had been using propane lights. I recently decided to wire it for 12 volt lighting for use with an Ecoflow Delta. I purchased four of your 10 watt bulbs and three of your 7 watt bulbs. They are fantastic. This is the best improvement I have made to date. The Ecoflow has an LCD screen which shows the output power. The output power for each of the 10 watt bulbs shows 10 watts as it should. My only complaint is that the output power for each of the 7 watt bulbs shows 9 watts.