Apr 15, 2020 - 07:01 AM
The current bulb is a 12 volt, 10 watt G4 base bi-pin halogen. Any 12 volt G4 base bi-pin LED replacement bulb will fit into the socket. G4 indicates the spacing of the pins, which is critical to fit into the socket. Of course, it has to be 12 volt, but LEDs don't use the same wattages as Halogen, so 10 watt is not critical. The higher the wattage, the brighter the bulb will be, though. Also, LEDs are graded by Kelvin Temperature, which means the color of the light. I'm sure you've seen those bluish looking headlights on cars? They are higher on the Kelvin Scale, so keep in mind that the higher the Kelvin temperature rating, the bluer the light will be. Generally, household bulbs are about 2,700 - 3,000K Halogens are 3,000K.