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Philips 410290 Dimmable AmbientLED 17-Watt PAR38 Indoor Flood Light Bulb

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  • Philips 17-Watt Ambient LED Energy Saving PAR38 flood light can replace your 75-Watt halogen PAR38, saving you up to 159.50 in energy costs
  • Ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms in your track light or open recessed fixtures
  • Instant-on and will not fade fabrics or colors
  • ENERGY STAR certified and fully dimmable - Dims just like a halogen bulb
  • Medium base flood light lasts at least 15 years and contains no mercury
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Technical Details
Part Number 046677410292
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions4.7 x 4.7 x 5.2 inches
Item model number410290
Voltage120 volts
Wattage17 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Luminous Flux855 lm
CertificationEnergy Star
Special Features17W PAR38 LED Light Bulb
Warranty DescriptionPhilips warrants that this bulb will be free from defects in material and workmanship and will operate for 6 years based on up to 3 hours average usage per day/7 days per week, when used as directed. If this bulb does not conform to the warranty, Philips will send you, at itselection, a replacement bulb or refund your original purchase price upon receipt of the returned bulb, register receipt and proof of purchase. Please call our toll-free number, write to Philips or send an email at the website below to find out how to return the bulb. This limited warranty does not cover bulbs subject to accident, neglect, abuse, misuse or acts of God. REPLACEMENT OR REFUND IS YOUR SOLE REMEDY. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IS HEREBY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. Some states do not allow exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #267,946 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 12, 2011

Technical Details

  • 17W PAR38 LED Light Bulb

Product Description

Philips AmbientLED Energy Saving 17-Watt PAR38 indoor flood light is ideal for use in kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms. It provides a soft, white light and is perfect for general room and accent lighting. Fully Dimmable and ENERGY STAR ® certified, this medium base flood light replaces your current 75-Watt halogen PAR38, saving you up to 159.50 in energy costs.Philips AmbientLED Energy Saving PAR38 flood light can be used in the following fixtures: Recessed Cans Track light fixtures Personalize your home with stylish accent or ambient lighting.Philips advanced LED bulbs can enhance your home with bright, white light, while reducing your carbon footprint and your electric bill. The elegant design provides increased life when compared to less-efficient incandescent and are ideal for decorative fixtures, table lamps and recessed lighting.See what light can do for your home.Philips LED lighting can improve ambience, energy-efficiency and comfort in your home while delivering performance you can count on. Switching to higher efficiency LED lighting can help reduce your electric bill, preserve our environment and create the perfect lighting for your home.Lower operating costs means reduced energy bills.Longer life reduces the hassle of replacing bulbs so often.Better for the environment because they reduce greenhouse gases and shrink your carbon footprint.Easy to use because they are designed in traditional bulb shapes and fit easily into existing fixtures.With bulb shapes available in PARs, R, MR16 spots and floods, A-shapes, candles and specialty bulbs, Philips' family of LED light bulbs offer a wide range of solutions for household applications. Instant-on with quiet operationWill not fade fabrics or colorsMercury-freeMany types are dimmableContemporary designs A simple switch can make a difference in the home and environment.

Important Information

855 lm

Annual Energy cost
205 USD

Bulb Life
25000 Hours

Color Temperature
3000 Kelvin

17 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Robert Morris on January 16, 2012
Update 11/19/2014: Called phillips tech support. These lights flash by design as a 'protection feature' per phillips support and do so under
normal field conditions. So by design I have to live with my lights flashing on and off around me. Workaround is to turn them off.
That's straight-up BS Philips. You had no business selling these.
These are very pretty as is the light they cast. I have about 30 of them. I buy a few at a time and have about 10 to go before I am done (big house).
I've stopped buying until I can figure out an issue.

Appears that approximately every 10th one starts to blink about 1 to 2 hour after turn on. Many wouldn't notice as they might not leave the lights
on that long. Stops if you turn it off for a while, but starts again later. Possible this problem is more widespread as I never turn some of these on
for that long. I am much more worried that perhaps all of them will do it as they age. That would be a complete disaster as I would have no recourse
and be out 4 figures.

These are in open overhead canisters. They do get hot.

Note: I tested a blinking light in different canisters, continues to blink after long warm-up in each location
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By XBOY2000 on October 26, 2012
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These lights look nice, they come on instantly, and the color temperature seems right. Oh, and they fit perfectly in our ceiling cans.

The reason I am knocking them down is that they just aren't that bright and they're not really a flood pattern. The light they put out goes pretty much straight down so there are bright circles on the floor that are about 3 feet across. In my office this means that the center of the room has light, but the perimeter is quite dark, including over my desk where I need light. The two can lights are in the center of the ceiling and the room is only 9' or so wide, so it's pretty sad to me that a "flood" light can't even come close to reaching the sides of the room. A proper flood pattern would make these bulbs nice!

Hopefully I can use these somewhere else in the house.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By uscjeremy on September 12, 2012
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I never fully bought into CFLs. I love the idea of saving power and replacing bulbs less frequently (especially those that require a ladder to reach), but CFLs have a number of annoyances: they take a long time to warm up, they aren't dimmable, they seem to buzz slightly, their light isn't quite the right color for my taste, and they're made with mercury, which is toxic.

I randomly stumbled across this bulb on Amazon and was excited - I didn't realize that LED spotlights were finally ready for prime-time. I decided to buy one as a test about a month ago.

I've been very happy with it. On all accounts, it's better than the CFLs. It turns on nearly instantly (not quite as fast as an incandescent, though -- perhaps a quarter of a second between when I hit the switch and when the room illuminates). It's silent. The light from this bulb is bright, clean white. It uses no mercury. It dims! It supposedly has a longer lifetime, though I haven't owned it long enough yet to confirm that. And, compared to incandescent bulbs, it uses a tiny fraction of the power for the same light. With my old halogen bulbs, the studio light I use for my office would get so hot I couldn't even touch the can for 10 minutes after turning the light off. This LED bulb is much cooler while operating. While the bulb itself is too warm to touch while operating, the can it's in remains cool. It gives me a nice warm fuzzy feeling that I'm not burning a ton of electricity on pointless heating (which then has to be removed by my air conditioning, paying for it twice.)

While this bulb has been a huge success in my office studio light, the one downside to this particular model is that it's too big to fix into my recessed ceiling fixtures.
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