RV Accessories & Supplies - Lighting
Light up your campervan interior or exterior with LED options to suit your style. Illuminate your cabin with our selection of dome, strip and downlighting, including options for the kitchen and bathroom. For when you just can’t put that good book down, check out our bedroom reading lamps, some of which even include USB ports to charge your devices.
With most lights available in warm or cool white, and in a variety of finishes – white, black, nickel, alloy, silver and chrome – RV Super Centre has something for every motorhome. To conserve energy, consider a PIR sensor control unit that provides automatically activated lighting. Grab awning lights and LED strips to brighten up your outdoor living. Boaties and marine uses are also well-covered with a variety of waterproof lighting options. Lanterns and head torches are also essential items for outdoor adventures.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can you use regular lights in an RV?
Because your RV lights are typically powered by your RV’s 12V battery, the best option is to use energy-efficient LED bulbs designed for low-voltage interior use. These lights also have a built-in voltage regulator that can handle the fluctuations in voltage that are common in RVs.
How many lumens does a campervan need?
Just as at home, the amount of lighting you’ll need in your campervan really depends on how you’ll use it. LED lights come in a range of lumens which means you’ve got the option of having stronger bulbs in some areas – such as the kitchen for cooking, and lower strength bulbs in others.
How do you replace an RV ceiling light?
To change a blown ceiling bulb in your RV, the first step is to turn off the light switch. Next, you’ll need to remove the light exterior – some will have screws that need to be removed, while others have dome-shaped covers that will twist off. Once the exterior is off, remove the old light bulb by turning it counterclockwise. Pop in your new ceiling light (it’s a good idea to keep a couple of spare bulbs on board), flick the switch to test it and then pop the cover back on.