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Comparing Various LED Lights for Use with a Powered Wheelchair

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Also, what is difference between BUL602 CB, BUL78CB, and BUL78C3MB. They seem to be rated for same light output. I want to mount apair of white clear led lights on the front of a power wheelchair. They no not have to be super bright nor shine a long way - just light up 20- 30 feet or so Thank you for any help in this matter.

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The Great White LED Utility Light, part # PE63FV, that you referenced is a 16-diode LED light that is compatible with 12V and 24V outputs and has a 2-wire pigtail.

The Light Guide LED Backup Light for Truck/Trailer, part # BUL602CB, is a 12-diode LED light that has a PL-2 connection type.

The Optronics LED Trailer Utility Light, part # BUL78C3MB, is a 10-diode LED light that is compatible with 12V systems and accepts industry standard 2-prong or 3-prong plugs.

The other Optronics Light, part # BUL78CB, is also a 10-diode LED light that is compatible 12V outputs, but it has a 2-wire pigtail at the end.

As for using this on a power wheelchair, I cannot say as we have not tested that. Your best bet is to use one of the 2-wire pigtails since those can be spliced into whatever you need to splice them into.

I've linked to video reviews of all of these below.

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What is the lumen output of a PE63FV light? Does wiring this light up to 24 voltswhich it is rated for change the lumen output? ie, Does doubling the voltage double the output?

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I called Peterson Manufacturing to confirm this for you. The lumen output of the # PE63FV Great White LED Utility Light is 80 lumens. This is the same regardless of voltage used. I.E. doubling the voltage does not double the output.

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