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74 LED Bulb - 1 LED - Miniature Wedge Retrofit
- Not sold in pairs, price per bulb.
|10 - 99 pieces||$0.85 each|
|100 - 499 pieces||$0.76 each|
|500 - 999 pieces||$0.71 each|
|1000 - 4999 pieces||$0.67 each|
|5000 - 9999 pieces||$0.57 each|
|10000 + pieces||$0.52 each|
|For discount information or inquiring about larger quantity pricing, click here|
LED replacement bulbs can fit numerous vehicle applications such as vanity lights, map lights, dashboard lights, instrument panel lights, gauge lights and dome lights. This small 74 bulb replaces a variety of traditional bulbs including 74, 103 and 118 bulbs. The flat-tipped bulb has 1 LED that creates a wide 100° viewing angle. Miniature wedge base for easy plug-and-play installation. The energy-efficient bulb operates within a wide 9-14.8 VDC range and is designed to last 10,000 hours on your car, truck, SUV, or van—8 times longer than incandescent bulbs. Available in warm white, natural white, cool white, UV blacklight, blue, green, amber and red. Not sold in pairs. Price per bulb.
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. Certain materials used in electronics and electrical products have been deemed hazardous to people and the environment and, therefore, must be limited. For a product to be RoHS compliant, testing must be performed and documented to show limited or no use of cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead, mercury, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
|Beam Angle||100 degree|
|Comparable Wattage||0.4-0.7 Watts|
|LED Lifetime||10000 Hours|
|LED Quantity||1 LED|
|Operating Temperature||-30~+85 °C|
|Standards And Certifications||CE/RoHS Compliant|
|Storage Temperature||-40~+100 °C|
|Total Power Consumption||0.2 Watts|
|Operating Voltage||9~14.8 VDC|
|Replaces Stock Bulb: 103, 118, 18, 2721, 2723, 37, 70, 73, 74|
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
1. CAN Bus LED bulbs are simple plug-and- play LED bulbs which are made specifically for CAN Bus-equipped vehicles. These bulbs work with your vehicle's advanced computer system, so when your vehicle's computer reads them, they respond back correctly.
To see if your vehicle operates with a CAN Bus system, simply remove the bulb you're looking to replace, start your vehicle, and if you have a "Bulb Out" message on your dash you have a CAN Bus system.
|Part NO||CCT / Wavelength ||MCD per LED||Intensity per LED||Brightness||Millicandela |
Millicandela is a unit of measurement for the light output of LEDs. Candela is one of the seven base units of the International System of Units. It is a unit of Luminous Intensity (I), or Light Power per Steradian (SR), while steradian is a unit of 3D cone angle with which the projected area of 1 steradian over a sphere with a 1m radius, is 1 square meter. One thousand millicandela equals one candela or approximately one candle power.
|Beam Angle |
Beam angle is used to express the width of the light emitting from the source. The narrower the beam angle the more focused the light energy is. Comparing two 40 watt lights one with a beam angle of 30(a) and another with a beam angle of 90(b), They both produce the same amount of light output but (a) will appear brighter in the beam angle compared to (b) at the sacrifice of light spread.
|Current Draw @ Operating Voltage |
Current Draw is used to size fuses and wire for a circuit. Current draw is the amount of energy consumed by an LED or LEDs in an electrical circuit at a specific voltage, measured in amps (A) or milliamps (mA).
|74-R||626 nm||5600 mcd/led||5600 mcd/led||5600 mcd||5600 mcd||-||16 mA||$0.95|
|74-A||591 nm||6400 mcd/led||6400 mcd/led||6400 mcd||6400 mcd||-||19 mA||$0.95|
|74-W||6500 K||6200 mcd/led||6200 mcd/led||5 lm||6200 mcd||-||17 mA||$0.95|
|74-B||473 nm||1860 mcd/led||1860 mcd/led||1860 mcd||1860 mcd||-||17 mA||$0.95|
|74-G||532 nm||9100 mcd/led||9100 mcd/led||9100 mcd||9100 mcd||-||15 mA||$0.95|
|74-UV||405 nm||1020 mcd/led||1020 mcd/led||1020 mcd||1020 mcd||-||16 mA||$0.95|
|74-NW||4500 K||6200 mcd/led||6200 mcd/led||6 lm||6200 mcd||-||15 mA||$0.95|
|74-WW||3000 K||6200 mcd/led||6200 mcd/led||5 lm||6200 mcd||-||10 mA||$0.95|
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Great for the price
Bought a 2007 F150, that came w/ green LED bulbs in the cluster. The green LEDs did not light the red needles, which was unacceptable at night, and one bulb flickered and drove me NUTS. Immediately after powering up replacement incandescent bulbs I hated them; the green film on the back of the cluster had also been removed, so they gave me a pink'ish yellow'ish dull light.. also unacceptable.
To superbrightleds.com i went. Having already spent $13 locally on incandescents, I decided to try these bulbs, which cost even less than that WITH shipping. I was nervous about the 6000k rating; was looking for more of a 5000k color based on research.
To the point: I'm satisfied with these LEDs. They light the gauges very comparably to the incandescent bulbs, but with a more modern silverish-white color (NOT a blue tint like i feared). To be honest I wish I would have went with the next step up, for the increased light angle (have some minor hotspots).. still happy though.
I Will Be Getting More of these!!!!
Great lamps, Great Brightness!! I bought 1 cool white and 1 red for my dash to see how they fit and looked. I will be replacing the rest of the lamps in my dash with these!
do not fit
The size of these bulbs is not slim enough to fit in the sockets. They are too wide to fit in my lexus bulb sockets :(.. The bulbs are very small already but a minor size difference to make them as slim as possible would be better.
Great Dashbaord Light
Used these to replace the indicator lights in the cluster of my 97 F150. Work good for the most part but be careful. Some indicator lights will not work properly with LED's (battery light, ABS light, ect.) and be careful installing them I had the prongs break off on a few from taking them in and out too many times. Other than that They look alot better than the stock bulbs!
'01 4Runner glove box (with some modification)
Bulb is a bit too fat to slot into the glove box bulb holder. Reduced the bulb's outer diameter to 5.0mm by mounting it in my drill and spinning it against a file - fits perfectly and works great now.
03 Honda Accord
Doesn't snap in perfectly, but works well. Initially came loose, but since then has not come loose. Works great under the gear shift of my 2003 Accord.
doesn't fit without modification, otherwise good
These bulbs didn't fit the type 74 sockets in my vehicle.
They ARE modifiable: you can rasp/file down the thicker section until they do fit, as long as you're careful not to take too much off.
Light output is comparable to a stock tungsten bulb; this is appropriate for dash lighting where you don't want the distraction of high output LEDs.
Beam pattern isn't as diffuse as tungsten type 74 bulbs; it tends to shine longitudinally from the LED versus tungsten with 360-degree coverage. Again, this may not be an issue for your installation but be away of what you're getting so you aren't disappointed.
An IMPORTANT note!!
Great replacement for dim power wasting panel lamps - my hope is that I never again have to open the dash of my 1976 Alfa Romeo Spider to replace burnt out lamps...
HERE'S THE IMPORTANT NOTE!! - Alfa Romeo used a lamp socket that provides + power on one flat side of the bulb base, and - power on the other!! (As opposed to left-right connections) For the old glass bulbs, this worked fine because the contact wire for a bulb is only on one flat side, not both. The 74-R shorted out the socket.
SOLUTION: simply move the contact wires to the flat sides of the base before use.
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