12Volt interior bedroom lights flicker

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Lou Schneider

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Some converters vary their voltage to either avoid overcharging the batteries or to see if they need topping off. This will cause incandescent lights and some LEDs to change brightness.
 

Tlaw123

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I have found sometimes the led lights need a couple seconds to warm up.
The overhead “puck” led in our bathroom acts up when you first turn it on. I’ve checked connections and all tight,clean.
Going to swap it with different unit to confirm it’s not wiring issue.
 

Kirk

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Some converters vary their voltage to either avoid overcharging the batteries or to see if they need topping off. This will cause incandescent lights and some LEDs to change brightness.
Most RVs today come with 3 level charging at least because of coach battery charging. Some can be as high as 14.4V while a fully charged battery after resting and with no charge at all is about 12.6V.
 
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