We seem to get lots of specials now on LED bulbs.
Problem they are all of convectional design.
So when my 2D light decided enough is enough I went looking doe a LED to replace the florescent tube. They were extremeny expensive and entailed gutting the current light before fitting the LED tube.
So I bought 2 x 5Watt conventional LED bulbs. Deconstructed them and was left with this.
It was then is simple matter of 2 x 25mm holes through the internal base plate and some double sided tape to secure the LED carriers to the base plate. This meant that the LED.s were turned in the correct orientation of how the light is used. If I fitted bulb holders to accommodate these bulbs the LEDs would have been facing sideways.
Nice energy saving and I love the way the light is on immediately when you switch it on.