Light your way with motion-sensing battery LED lights

The URPOWER Motion Sensor LED stick-anywhere light identifies day and night automatically and will only illuminate at night when movement is detected and turns off automatically after 15 to 30 seconds if no motion is detected. The light has a built-in motion sensor that detects movement from 7 to 10 feet away. Perfect for any location — this light can... Read More

A simple explanation of installing and using RV LED bulbs

This is likely the best video we’ve come across that explains the differences between LED and the standard incandescent bulbs that come with most RVs. So many videos like this are complicated and hard to understand. This one by long-time RVtravel.com reader, and now contributor, Wolfe Rose, is easy to follow. It explains the two different types of bulbs including... Read More

LED bulb replacement dangers

  Replacing tungsten and halogen bulbs with modern LED bulbs is becoming popular with many RV owners since it reduces the power load. However, you have to be careful that you’re installing LED replacement bulbs into DC powered fixtures, and NOT AC powered fixtures. Recently, editor Chuck Woodbury has been receiving letters from RVtravel.com readers about replacement LED bulbs overheating... Read More

Save money when buying LED lighting for your RV

  By Dave Helgeson Conserving 12 volt power is one of the many fundamentals of becoming a seasoned boondocker. Replacing the incandescent lights in your RV with LED lights is a great start. It’s as easy as changing a light bulb, literally! LED lights draw about one-tenth the amperage of the conventional RV bulbs while providing the same or in... Read More

Brighten or dim your RV’s interior lights with 3-way switch

    By Bob Difley You can now vary the brightness of your cabin lights with the simple flip of a switch – no dimmer required, a press release from SalVinCo reports. Bee Green LED’s new Three Way G4 bi-pin LED bulbs offer you the option to choose among three levels of lighting from one bulb. Just by toggling the... Read More

Replace fluorescent tubes with Cabin Bright LEDs

By Chris Dougherty Low voltage fluorescent lighting has been around the RV industry for many years, allowing for improved task lighting in our RVs from ceiling lights to under-cabinet lighting. Fluorescent lights use quite a bit of power and have a somewhat frequent failure rate as compared to other types of lighting. A recent product on the market has solved... Read More

Keeping spare light blubs is a great idea

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician These days many new RVs are coming equipped with all LED lighting, which is great. LEDs last a long time and are very energy efficient. The rest of us still have good old-fashioned light bulbs that burn out. Keeping a selection of light bulbs in your rig’s tool box is a great idea. This... Read More