Originally Posted by ronjhall
My microwave also has 2 40 watt bulbs. But they are 120 volts AC. With intermediate base (E-17). Hard to find LED's with this base.
These are new on Ebay. I bid on a pair of Warm White and got them for ~$6.
1 x E17 2 6W 64 LED 3014 SMD 110 120V Light Bulb Warm White Silicone Crystal | eBay
I assume the silicone-crystal helps to dissipate the heat! First e17 LED replacements I've seen!
They are 2.6 watts each and ~250 LM. I put them in my S&B microwave range light. Not hardly as bright as the 2x40 watters I removed, but very serviceable. 5.2 watts vs. 80 watts, yea, that works for me! The warm white looks to be just a little higher on the Kelvin scale than the incandescent ones I replaced.
'01 National RV Tropi-Cal, Ford V10, '01 Suzuki GV 4X4 Blue Ox Tow Bar,300 Watts Solar, 2500 Watt '458' Inverter, NO TVs, Most light fixtures upgraded to LEDs