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Buying just 10 of these bulbs could save you £12.29 a month**
3 Year Warranty Period.
Available in Cool White or Warm White. Cool white is more of a pure white colour, whereas warm white is more like a traditional halogen glow of light.
Dimmable upgrade option, at an additional £1 per bulb. (We recommend you use a trailing edge Varilight Pro Dimmer)
High Lumens – Cool White – 360, Neutral White – 350 Warm White – 340 Lumens.
Wide Beam Angle – 90 Degree’s. This limits dark spots between bulbs.
Using New LED COB Technology.
Retrofit Size – The spots are the same size as a traditional GU10 Halogen. So they will fit into most already installed fittings.
5 Watt – Giving an equal brightness to a 50w halogen spotlight.
A+ energy rating. With the money saved in electric and replacement bulbs, they will pay for themselves very quickly.
Tested to meet the new ERP Standards for LED Lamps.
High CRI >80
5 Watt COB LED
A+ Energy Rating
90 Degree Beam Angle
Colour Temperature – Cool White 6000K. Warm White 3000K
30,000 hr average life
Dimmable or Non Dimmable Option. (Tested to work with Varilight Pro Dimmers)
Diameter – 50mm
Instant Light On – No Warm Up Time
40,000 switching cycles.
Tested and meets CE, RoHS and ERP regulations and standards.
**Calculation based on a purchase of 10 x 5 Watt GU10’s used for 6 hours per day using a UK electricity rate of 15p kWh.
When shopping for bulbs, you’re probably accustomed to looking for watts, an indication of how bright the bulb will be. The brightness of LEDs, however, is determined a little differently.
Contrary to common belief, wattage isn’t an indication of brightness, but a measurement of how much energy the bulb draws. For incandescents, there is an accepted correlation between the watts drawn and the brightness, but for LEDs, watts aren’t a great predictor of how bright the bulb will be. (The point, after all, is that they draw less energy.)
For example, an LED bulb with comparable brightness to a 60-watt incandescent is only 8 to 12 watts.
But don’t bother doing the math — there isn’t a uniform way to covert incandescent watts to LED watts. Instead, a different form of measurement should be used: lumens.
The lumen (lm) is the real measurement of brightness provided by a light bulb, and is the number you should look for when shopping for LEDs. For reference, here’s a chart that shows the watt-lumen conversion for incandescents and LEDs.
led lighting chester.
LED Downlighters, Firerated IP65. Exchangeable Bezels
High Power LED Dichroic Replacement Lamps
High Power GU10 Dimmable LED
High Power GU10 300lm+ Non Dimmable
GU10 400 /500 /600 LM LED Non Dimmable
LED High Power MR11 G4 G9 LEDs
High Power 60mm GLS and 35mm Candle Lamps
PAR30 / AR111 / PAR38 LED Lamps
External / Internal LED Strips
LED Ceiling Panels 600 x 600
T5 and T8 LED Tubes 2ft 4ft 5ft 6ft 8ft
LED Exterior WALL / SPIKE Lights
LED FLOODLIGHTS 10w – 150w
2D Lights, Galaxy Series, Cosmos Series, Canopy Lights ,Lowbay Series,
Lowbay Lights, WallPack, Bulkheads, Tunnel Series, Tunnel Lighting
Wallwasher Series, Wallwasher Lights, Series Street Light
Street Lighting, Acrylic Highbays, Cob Highbays
And much much more with led lighting chester.