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This page features one pair xenon white 45-SMD 4014 chipsets high power bulbs
It is perfect for customers who are looking for a super bright output .
1.Socket Type : T10 T15 168 194 906 579 901 904 908 909 912 914 915 916 917 918 920 921 922 923 926 927 928 939,W16W,etc.
2.LED type: 4014 LED
3.LED quantity: 45smd LED Chip
4.Color: Xenon White
5.Size: 40mm long and 13mm in diameter
6.chips:9 pieces chips on top and 36 pieces chips on two side Lighting output: approx 1000 lumen
7.Voltage: DC 9V-30V
8.Item weight: 10g
9.Warranty: 1 year
10.Life time: 50000 Hours
11.Condition : 100% Brand New Style
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