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LEDwholesalers MR16 5-Watt Narrow Angle 30° LED Spot Light 12-Volt, Warm White, 1230WW

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Warm White
  • Replaces 35W incandescent
  • LED replacement for traditional MR16 spot light
  • Wide operating voltage of 12VAC or 10-30VDC
  • No mercury, UV, IR, or other deleterious radiations
  • Long life of up to 30,000 hours
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LEDwholesalers MR16 5-Watt Narrow Angle 30° LED Spot Light 12-Volt, Warm White, 1230WW + Paradise GL22724BK Low-Voltage Cast-Aluminum 20-Watt Halogen Spot Light with Glass Lens, Black + Paradise GL22720BK Low-Voltage Cast-Aluminum 50-Watt Halogen Spot Light, Black
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Product Information

Color: Warm White
Technical Details
Brand LEDwholesalers
Part Number 1230WW-L
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions2.2 x 2.1 x 2.1 inches
Item model number1230WW
Color Warm White
Shape MR16
Material Aluminum
Included Components LED Bulb
Voltage 12 volts
Specific Uses General Purpose
Fixture Features Not Dimmable
Power Source ac/dc
Type of Bulb LED
Wattage 5 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB002L22SLE
Best Sellers Rank #20,138 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 7, 2009
  
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Technical Details

Color: Warm White
  • Not Dimmable

Product Description

Color: Warm White

Product Description

Comparable to a 35-watt incandescent bulb, this 5-watt LED bulb produces huge amounts of light without wasting energy. Compatible with most traditional halogen MR16 bulb bases and transformers. With an expected life of 35,000 hours, this bulb is built to last, provides great light, and saves maintenance and energy costs.

Product Specification

Bulb Type: LED MR16
Base Type: Bi-Pin GU5.3
Input Voltage: 12V AC/DC
Power: 5W
Beam Angle: 30º
Color Temperatures: White (5000-6500K) | Warm White (3100-3400K)
Light Output: 340 | 290 lumen
Dimmable: No
Life Expectancy: 35,000 hours
Dimensions: ø = 2", length = 1.8"

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Customer Reviews

2 out of 3 units failed after only 5 months use (8hrs/day).
Stephen W. Smith
THey work very well and the light looks almost as good as the halogens (not quite as warm).
Ilan Hartstein
No issues whatsover and the coloration is a nice warm white.
LF

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

190 of 194 people found the following review helpful By Southern Rain on February 3, 2012
Color Name: Warm White Verified Purchase
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Choosing a LED is a hard thing (even for a professional landscape light person like myself)

Now that the bulbs have come WAY down in price, it makes sense that everyone start considering switching. Less wattage means less money. At an electric cost running around $0.14 per Kilowatt-hours cutting your wattage down can really pay off over time. This LED light bulb gives a nice light with the light spectrum slighting cooler (more white guessing closer to 3150k-3450k) than a standard halogen 35 watt bulb 2800-3050, acceptable. I think ALL the LED manufacturers need to design their LED bulbs so they are slighting shorter than a standard halogen bulb. I find these will not fit in all MR16 enclosed fixtures. For the price, they can not be beat, even just to try one. Time will tell how they hold up. If you are using this on red brick or a white brick/siding home or a white river birch or green shrubs, these are perfect. Anything dark brown you probably will need to try another more warmer (yellow) type of LED.
I bought Multiple different LED brand MR16s to try out to find the BEST; I will review each and update each of my 'reviews' as I can.
FYI:
Standard Halogen Bulbs give a 2750k-3050k color. The colorer closer to white/blue would go into the 3550-10000 range. Normal Daylight spectrum is around 5500k-7500k and usually are very hard on the eyes to look at night. If you are lighting things that are white or green. This is a great light.
Bulb Lumens or LM are affected by voltage reading at the bulb, if less than 12 volts, dimmer, more than 12 volts brighter, if voltage is not in range of 10.5 and 12 volts, bulb will burn out faster. LED bulbs have wider voltage ranges, and tend not to change brightness in these larger ranges like other halogen bulbs.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By MJC on October 25, 2010
Color Name: Warm White Verified Purchase
We had three 35W bulbs and five 20W bulbs for a total of 8 bulbs in our front yard. They were installed by a landscaper, so unsure of brand or reason for varying wattages. These are used in an urban environment for the dual purpose of ornamentally highlighting the home and for adding extra light (security) for passersby on the sidewalk. They aim light up the side of the house, through small bushes and small trees.

Because LEDs are new I just ordered one of these 3W LEDs. I was concerned about color of the light, lumens, and width of the beam. I was also concerned about whether or not this MR16 LED would fit into the landscape light fixtures.

We were unable to tell the difference between the color, lumens, or beam width between this LED and the pre-existing 20W and 35W bulbs. That raises the question of why we can't notice a difference between the 20W and 35W bulbs. After consideration, it's probably the outdoor use and application that makes it difficult to notice. The outdoor lenses are covered in dust and dirt. All of these lights shoot upward toward the house through bushes, trees, or other plants. '

We would, however, perceive a color change. We tried other LEDs inside the home and note that they have a green color compared to incandescents. In contrast, these 3W MR16's (warm white version) have a light color indistinguishable from the 20W and 35W halogens the landscaper had installed - presumably from home depot's lighting aisle.

We'll probably order 7 more of these LED's, which will take our total wattage from 205W to 24W.

The math is pretty interesting on this. Our electric cost is $.11/kwh (from electric bill). These landscape lights probably run about 12hours/day throughout the year (longer in winter, shorter in summer).
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Daren J Riley on December 3, 2010
Color Name: Warm White Verified Purchase
I used this product to successfully replace my 50 Watt halogen bulbs which are on a low voltage track light with a dimmer. They are not quite as bright as the 50 Watt halogen bulbs but I had those dimmed 30% so for my application it is perfect. As for dimming, the LED is dimmable but isn't capable of dimming to extremely low light levels like a halogen bulb. The only negative with the new bulbs is that with their riveted exterior makes it somewhat difficult to squeeze them in between the brackets on my track light fixtures.

I did some quick math on my application and because I spend 10 cents per kWh and use the bulbs about 4 hours per day, the new bulbs will pay for themselves in 1.8 years with an IRR of 47%. For my 24 bulbs I will spend $300 and save $165 per year. I'll take that kind of return all day long. This doesn't even include the fact that LEDs will last significantly longer than halogen bulbs or that they emit less heat (which is a factor as I live in Arizona).
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By holson on April 10, 2012
Color Name: white Verified Purchase
These units are 3/4 inch longer then a standard MR16 halogen spot, which is too long to fit most fixtures, why don't they disclaim that in the description, had to return paying postage.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mike on January 28, 2012
Color Name: Warm White Verified Purchase
Not sure after paying a higher price to save energy and money for a LED blub, I am very disappointed that the bulb just made it for a year and then died on me. I almost believe it is a big marketing scam, since I have now several energy light blubs failing. Don't give me wrong the part of saving energy is great, but not when you have to replace the 10 x 15 times higher priced bulbs every year.
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