Dial Lamp - LED version, #47 or #44, T-3-¼, 6.3V, Bayonet Base

Dial Lamp - LED version, #47 or #44, T-3-¼, 6.3V, Bayonet Base

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Customer image:<br/>"A  nice green glow!"
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Dial Lamp - LED version, #47 or #44, T-3-¼, 6.3V, Bayonet Base image 1Pictured: Warm WhitePictured: Warm WhitePictured: Cool WhitePictured: Cool WhitePictured: BluePictured: BluePictured: GreenPictured: GreenPictured: OrangePictured: OrangePictured: RedPictured: RedPictured: YellowPictured: Yellow
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Customer image: "A  nice green glow!"
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LED version of the general replacement lamps for dials, indicators, etc. Used as the pilot light on the vast majority of Fender amps and many others as well.

This LED version can be used to replace either #44 or #47 bulbs (see P-44 and P-47 for incandescent versions).

The color options for this LED bulb can be combined with colored jewels to create new and interesting color options! The opaque shell on these LED bulbs provides a clean diffused glow.

These bulbs are compatible with our P-L124-P lamp holder.

Part Numbers
ColorOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
BlueP-47-LED-BLU
Cool WhiteP-47-LED-CW
GreenP-47-LED-GRN841358115486
OrangeP-47-LED-ORG841358115455
RedP-47-LED-RED841358115462
Warm WhiteP-47-LED-WW
YellowP-47-LED-YEL841358115479
Product Measurements by Type
Lamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.157 in. × 0.459 in. × 0.459 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.005 lbs.
Product Measurements by Item
P-47-LED-BLU - Blue versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-CW - Cool White versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-WW - Warm White versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-GRN - Green versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-ORG - Orange versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-RED - Red versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W
P-47-LED-YEL - Yellow versionLamp Number44 or 47
Lamp TypeBayonet
SizeT-3 1/4
Voltage6.3 V
Watts0.1 W

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Product Reviews

4.50 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
- July 10th, 2021
5 out of 5

The green led light in action!

- July 10th, 2021
5 out of 5

I purchased four different colors from AES, some were used in my amplifier project and some were used in my Swan 240 tri-band transceiver with great results. I purchased red, cool white, warm white, and green.

- February 7th, 2021
3 out of 5

The LED Lamps don't fit the Dial Lamp - Front Panel Indicator Light. The plastic color indicator band blocks it from from engaging the two pins. I cut off the band on a red one (super glued it back together) and used a red jewel, looked really nice.

- January 31st, 2021
4 out of 5

I tried these lamps in a typical AA5 series string set with a tapped filament 35Z5 rectifier. First there is a rather large collar (.460" diameter) around the base where the "bulb" meets the base. It is common practice to put an insulating sleeve around lamp sockets and the collar prevents the insertion of the bulb. You have to trim the sleeve back to allow the bulb to seat in the socket. Don't try to remove the collar. It is part of a sleeve that holds the bulb to the base.

The LED replacement worked very well. The bulb lit up brightly, visually similar to a #47. The light dispersion is relatively even and diffused from the sides and the end. The manufacturer did it right by using a bridge rectifier inside which increases the apparent intensity and helps to reduce strobing. The warm white color temperature of the LED lamp is somewhat higher than the usual #47 incandescent which gives the light a more white appearance.

Then I installed two bulbs into a Zenith 6D029 table radio. This radio uses two #1490 3.2 volt lamps in series. Because the LED uses so much less current than a #47 or #1490 both bulbs lit up very well at full intensity and were much brighter than the #1490s. I gave the LED replacements four stars because of the collar, and the base is a thin metal which dents easily, but otherwise they work very well.

- January 28th, 2021
5 out of 5

These bulbs look just like the old frosted incandescent bulbs of years past.

- January 11th, 2021
5 out of 5

I like these. I used similar lamps 8-10 years ago that use cool white LEDs and they last longer look good behind a colored jewel. Never tried the colored LEDs and have no plans to do so, but warm or cool white? YES! Lasts longer, uses less power, looks great.