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Philips 40-Watt T60 Halogena Energy Saver Light Bulb, 2 Pack

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  • Philips 40-watt halogena energy saving light bulb, 2 pack
  • Ideal for table or floor lamps and ceiling mounted fixtures, especially those in hard to reach places
  • 40-watt replaces 60-watt A-Shape incandescent bulbs
  • Save 30-percent in energy costs
  • Medium base, A-shape
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Technical Details
Brand Philips
Part Number 046677209674
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions10.3 x 7.2 x 3.7 inches
Item model number816954
Item Package Quantity2
Shape T60
Voltage 120 volts
Type of Bulb Halogen
Luminous Flux 800 lm
Wattage 40 watts
Wattage 40 watts
Incandescent equivalent 60 watts
Bulb Features Dimmable
Color Temperature 2730 Kelvin
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 100
Average Life 3000 hours
Average Life 3000 hours
Bulb Length 4.125 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB001FA07UM
Best Sellers Rank #358,822 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 25, 2008
  
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Energy saving light bulb

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Philips Halogena Energy Saver 40-Watt T60 "A-shape" household light bulb 2-pack is ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, offices, family rooms, bedrooms and hallways. It provides a bright, white light and is fully dimmable. This "A-shape" household light bulb replaces your current 60-Watt incandescent A19, saving you up to 33-percent in energy costs. Philips Halogena Energy Saver household light bulbs can be used in the following fixtures: Open hanging pendants Table/floor lamps, Ceiling mounted fixtures. Savings without the sacrifice. Designing with light can dramatically change the mood, look and functionality of any room in your home. Philips Lighting Company offers a variety of products to help you achieve the look and mood you desire for your home. Philips Halogena Energy Saver light bulbs reduce energy consumption without sacrificing the qualities of a traditional bulb. They combine the benefits of energy savings with high-quality halogen light helping to enhance your home décor, while also helping to preserve our energy resources. These light bulbs last at least 2 years and contain no mercury. Halogena Energy Savers work with dimmer switches and are available in the sizes and shapes you are accustomed to. They are the perfect shape for every existing socket and fixture in your home. Their bright, white crisp light will help your home look beautiful while saving you energy and money. A sustainable lighting solution. Sustainability is defined as meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Installing Philips Halogena Energy Saver bulbs is just one of the ways in which people can utilize a sustainable option in their home and create a positive impact on the environment. A simple switch can make a difference in the home and environment.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Justin Aronson on June 17, 2009
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These bulbs work very well and do in fact give off the equivalent lumens/brightness that a standard 60 watt incandescent bulb gives off while only using 40W. In the fixture I'm using them in I had 4 60W bulbs, using 240W in total. Now I have 4 40W halogens that are just as bright as the 60W bulbs were, and use 160W of power in total. They're not as efficient as compact flourescents, but they're a perfect compromise for anyone who wants a warm pleasant light while still using less power than incandescent bulbs. Because halogen bulbs typically run hotter than incandescent ones, these bulbs should not be used in any recessed and/or enclosed fixture. Any opened fixture or lamp is fine.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Doss on July 20, 2009
I'm a big fan of these energy saver Halogenas. My house has over 57 light sockets. Recessed, eyeballs, globes, tubes, and all sorts of switches from standard on/off rockers to electronic and analog dimmers to electronic eyes (for the garage hallway).

Now, my electronic dimmers (Lutron Maestro) seem to freak out with CFL's....and I've brought all sorts of dimmable brands from expensive CFL's and CCFL's to economy packs at the big box stores. I've also tried to put CFL's and CCFL's where the infrared electronic eye switches are located. For the dimmers, CFL's and CCFL's struggle with the fade up / fade down (when you turn the lights on/off) and struggle at "full on" double tap and really, don't dim very well.

The electronic / infrared eyes are another problem. The CFL's appear to interfere / flicker with the electronic eye, so, once trigger, the bulb freaks out the eye...keeps setting it off, so the lights don't go out. Could just be my hallway application (and the way the three way switch is set up).

Now, onto the Halogena energy savers. Let's face it, I want to pay less on my electric bills. Hence the motivation to stick in CFL's and CCFL's wherever I can. These Halogena's do use less electricity than incadescent and don't get as hot. So, while not the same energy savings as CFL (and LED's don't seem to dim and cost way too much) these Halogena's are the best option from energy savings for some lighting applications/fixtures.

I only wish there were different color temperature options. Otherwise, these are great bulbs for a lot of uses.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Schwartz VINE VOICE on July 16, 2009
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I got a couple packs of these to try out and am satisfied with them. When compared to a Reveal bulb I would say the tint is maybe slightly greener. I'm not saying the light looks green just that the tint is different. The light is pleasing though. They save energy over a standard bulb and offer a pleasing incandescent light that many are looking for. I think that these types of bulbs with the continued efficiency improvements coming soon for them make them a good bridge until the LED tech matures for home use.
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